Muslim schools ‘must respect British values’ says Jack Straw as Birmingham MP admits there is a ‘Trojan Horse’ plot by extremists

Daily Mail:

  • Former home secretary said that extremists must accept the UK’s values
  • Birmingham schools are allegedly being targeted by Muslim hardliners
  • Labour MP said determined group is trying to change schools ‘by stealth’
  • ‘Morality squads’ of older students ‘smashed pupil’s Easter eggs’

By Laura Clark, Education Correspondent and Chris Pleasance

Schools with large numbers of Muslim pupils must respect British values, former home secretary Jack Straw said yesterday.

He spoke as a Muslim MP said a radical ‘Trojan Horse’ plot to take over state schools was operating in Birmingham.

Click to continue at the Daily Mail:

(One wonders if the muslims who are doing it are snickering in their kabobs thinking about how exactly th UK government plans to actually do anything about it)

H/T UK Pete

 

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8 Replies to “Muslim schools ‘must respect British values’ says Jack Straw as Birmingham MP admits there is a ‘Trojan Horse’ plot by extremists”

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    Another MP, Mohamed Ali, was wounded in the blast, which comes as the government hosts a security conference.

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    “Suicide bombings and other attacks across Iraq killed at least 33 people and wounded nearly 80 more on Monday, officials said, the latest in an uptick in violence as the country counts down to crucial parliament elections later this month.

    Over the past year, violence has surged in Iraq to levels unseen since 2008. The increase in deadly shootings and bombings has become the Shiite-led government’s most serious challenge as the nation prepares to head to the polls on April 30 — the first vote in Iraq since the U.S. army withdrawal in 2011.

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    In the nearby town of Madain, about 20 kilometers southeast of Baghdad, another suicide car bomber struck an army checkpoint, killing three soldiers and two civilians, a second police officer said. Twelve other people were wounded, he said.

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    Monday evening, four more bombs struck various parts of Baghdad, killing at least 14 people and wounding 40, police said.

    Medical officials confirmed the causality figures. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

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  5. This was the top story on the first page of The Telegraph’s site last night. It’s now been ‘disappeared’ to the education section, which hardly anyone looks at.

    how interesting…

    From what I understand, jack straw is not seeking re-election in ’15…

  6. Look on the bright side at least a politician is talking about the issue, now it you can get them to do something about the problem.

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