That’s not “anti-Christian chanting,” that’s Islamic prayer.
The Brits have laid down, surrendered without so much as a shot fired. After little was done after the blockbuster revelations came about “Operation Trojan Horse,” did anyone think that the Brits would do anything except flap their fleshy tongues?
“Operation Trojan Horse,” an Islamic conspiracy to take over a number of public schools and make them adhere to Islamic principles, rocked the United Kingdom. There was outcry! Sturm and drang! Finger-pointing! And promises of a massive overhaul, but like the epidemic of Muslim child sex trafficking gangs, little came of it. If the Brits wouldn’t save their own daughters and sisters (the mothers of the next generation, the future of their nation), it’s fair to say they are doomed.
They have lost their soul and their will to freedom.
“UK: Muslim schools accused of “anti-Christian chanting” July 30, 2015 (thanks to Robert Spencer):
“The Christian Institute has said Ofsted and the Department for Education are not taking proper action to deal with some Islamic schools accused of bullying Christian pupils.” What a surprise. All over the country, British authorities are cowering in fear, desperately afraid of being accused of “racism.”
“Muslim schools accused of anti-Christian chanting in assemblies,” by Antony Bushfield, Premier, July 30, 2015:
Some Muslim schools “include anti-Christian chanting in assemblies” which is being ignored by the schools watchdog, it has been claimed.
The Christian Institute has said Ofsted and the Department for Education are not taking proper action to deal with some Islamic schools accused of bullying Christian pupils.
In a letter to Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary and a Christian, the Institute’s director Colin Hart said “inadequate attention” had been given to the way Christian pupils were being taught.
He said it was “striking” that several official reports outlining examples of Muslim “intolerance” to Christians had gone ignored by Ofsted.
“You will see they include anti-Christian chanting in assemblies, GCSE pupils who opted to learn Christianity being left to teach themselves, and Christians being called ‘ignorant’ or ‘liars’ by teachers,” he wrote.
It was “disturbing” that there had been a “complete lack of any specific plans of action to tackle anti-Christian intolerance”, he added.
Mr Hart also accused the school’s inspector of being part of the problem and said its methods for detecting bullying against Christians were “clearly inadequate”.
“Ofsted may be part of the problem”, he said.
“Whilst guidance from your department says there is no obligation on schools to promote gay marriage, there have been Ofsted inspections in several parts of the country where Ofsted inspectors have implied, via questioning of pupils, that they ought to accept gay marriage there have been Ofsted inspections in several parts of the country where Ofsted inspectors have implied, via questioning of pupils, that they ought to accept gay marriage.
“We are aware of several cases of this approach being taken with primary age pupils, some as young as six.”
In a statement, Ofsted said: “Ofsted deplores bullying in all its forms. We expect schools to promote British values including mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs….