#ffffff; color: var(--yt-spec-text-primary); font-family: Roboto,Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">This shocking video shows Islamic scholars teaching young British children in a Muslim faith school in the UK.
The woman first illustrates what happens when a person decides to leave Islam.“What are we going to do?” asks the woman in broken English. “We kill him. Kill.”
“The ones who reject Islam?” a British student asks.
“Yeah,” the teacher says. “Kill him. You have to kill him. Do you understand? We’re talking about Islam.”
The video jumps to the woman outlining the punishment for adultery.
“The judgment for adultery,” she asks. “What is the law?”
“Stone him,” a student replies.
“Until he dies,” the woman elaborates. “And the one who is not married?”
“Lash him, lash him,” says a chorus of students.
“Yes,” the woman says. “With 100 lashes.”
#ffffff; color: var(--yt-spec-text-primary); font-family: Roboto,Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">She then describes with disturbing coldness what the intended punishment is for gays.
“Throw them from the highest place,” she says. “We’re not going to live like animals.”
A student replies with a passage from her Islamic textbook. “’The punishment for homosexuals is throw them from the highest point and then stone them. Then you reduced him to the lowest of the low. So if you throw someone off a mountain you are reducing them to the lowest of the low because they are falling off the highest place’.”
The Islamic teacher further explains the nature of Allah to her students.
“It is not enough that you worship Allah,” she says. “We have to also in our heart hate what displeases Allah and love what Allah loves. You have to hate what displeases Allah, especially when living in this country, with that non-Muslim.”
Another British student reads a passage from her textbook:
“’Verily are free from you and whatever you worship beside Allah. We have rejected you and there has appeared between us and you hostility and hatred forever until you believe in Allah alone.”
“Islam is keeping you away from disbelief and from the disbelievers,” says the teacher. “Any questions?”