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BBC Panorama Nov 30th 2010:
British Schools, Islamic Rules. Investigation which uncovers disturbing evidence that some Muslim children are being exposed to extremist preachers and fundamentalist Islamic groups. We also expose the part-time schools where hate is on the curriculum. The programme asks why school inspectors have missed the warning signs and examines the impact this could have on young Muslims' ability to integrate into mainstream British life.
Admin: Example from the programme include teaching that n,'on-Muslims should step out of the way of Muslims' (Section: o11.5 - The Shafi'i manual of sharia law - The Reliance of the Traveller) and asking children to "List the reprehensible qualities of the Jews?"
Blackburn: - recently named in a report on ‘community cohesion’ as one of the most segregated towns in Britain - 2017:
The Karachi-born businessman, who spent two decades working in Saudi Arabia, and is well-respected in the community has distinct fears for the future. He said: “There are two towns side by side in Blackburn.
“I think the madrassas are the problem. They are backed by Saudi money and they are not good.” He says it is baffling to many Blackburn Muslims that the madrassas are not regulated by the Government and are free to teach any hate-filled nonsense they wish. He added: “The madrassas have to be under Government rules and follow the laws.
To prevent another Christchurch, Islam must confront the attacks in its name that have radicalised the West:
Among Muslims and non-Muslims, there is an urgent need to address those obsolete and problematic elements of Islamic orthodoxy that underlie the Islamist worldview, fuelling violence on both sides. The world’s largest Muslim organisation, Indonesia’s Nahdlatul Ulama, of which I am General Secretary, has begun to do exactly that.
The truth, we recognise, is that jihadist doctrine, goals and strategy can be traced to specific tenets of orthodox, authoritative Islam and its historic practice. This includes those portions of Shariah that promote Islamic supremacy, encourage enmity towards non-Muslims and require the establishment of a caliphate. It is these elements – still taught by most Sunni and Shiite institutions – that constitute a summons to perpetual conflict.
This is supported by by various reports from Ofsted