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Jamiroquai with Alright.
Ecobozo with some catchy tunes.
Too g*ddam fucking tired for more info. I wonder when we'll finally end up in calmer waters?
"In video footage, the man accused of being at the centre of the Bradford plot, Faisal Khan, describes how he and his colleagues have worked for a “number of years” to “change the headteacher” at schools in the city, adding: “We have to do that for every single school… we have to be there, on governing bodies, because that’s what it’s all about...It’s time we took these schools back.”
Mr Khan, a councillor formerly for George Galloway’s Respect party, now sitting as an independent, insisted last night that his sole motive in removing head teachers was driving up standards and said he had no wish to “Islamise” schools.
Mr Khan, the BMEF head, is chairman of governors at Carlton Bolling, a large, mainly Muslim but secular secondary school in Bradford. He was also a governor at Laisterdyke, another large secular school in the city, until last month, when he and all Laisterdyke’s other governors were fired by the council.
Staff at both schools said Mr Khan had led both sets of governors in “constant attacks” on their headteachers to drive them out and had succeeded at Carlton Bolling, where two successful non-Muslim headteachers have quit."
PRAISE FOR 9/11 AND GIRLS AT THE BACK: SHOCKING CLAIMS OVER ACADEMY IN 'INFILTRATION' PROBE
Pupils at a school affected by the alleged plot freely praise terrorism, are segregated by gender, and are taught women must obey their husbands, it has been claimed. Park View School in Birmingham allegedly failed to challenge the views of pupils who praised suicide bombers in the 9/11 and 7/7 atrocities.
Staff also taught that wives are ‘not allowed’ to refuse sex with their husbands, and that women belong in the kitchen, the Association of British Humanists said. The organisation – which says it was told of the practices by former employees – also said girls were made to sit at the back of classes, and ignored when they tried to answer questions.
Park View denied the allegations, and said the idea it supports terrorism is ‘abhorrent’.