Skip to comments.Teachers ‘beat and abuse’ muslim children in British koran classes
Posted on 12/10/2008 11:11:01 AM PST by Sammy67
More evil and violence from the religion of piece. No wonder muslim kids grow up so full of hate and venom, the very people charged with protecting them are beating them down in the name of allah.
Gee what a shocker there
Muslim children are being beaten and abused regularly by teachers at some British madrassas - Islamic evening classes - an investigation by The Times has found.
Students have been slapped, punched and had their ears twisted, according to an unpublished report by an imam based on interviews with victims in the north of England. One was picked up by one leg and spun around while another said a madrassa teacher was kicking in my head - like a football, says the report which was compiled by Irfan Chishti, a former government adviser on Islamic affairs.
Almost 1,600 madrassas operate in Britain, teaching Arabic and the Koran on weekday evenings to about 200,000 children aged from
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Well, when you’re creating terrorists, you have to keep them pissed off.
What kind of person must you be to beat a kid?
Apparently, Muslim is a good start.
200,000 kids in England in Madrassas. If these schools achieve even a 5 percent rate of turning these kids into suicide bombers, England is in deep trouble.
They’d get a real lickin if Mo himself was teaching ‘em
Since this is the UK, I am sure so PC law is being broken.
The classes in which these events took place were simply covering basic torture and brain washing technique. Good grief. If your kids can't handle these concepts, they'll never make it into the more advanced classes.
What kind of person must you be to beat a kid?A little bit less bad than raping boys, which was what a few Christian priests did.
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