To be beaten until
they learn Mo’s nonsense
they learn Mo’s nonsense
Ed Balls: I don’t want to offend so,
g’head and smack em around…….
This is how they’ve been doing it since the false prophet of the cult of allah’s Islam began ‘instructing’ his followers to recite the words he wrote in his (then) new book called the Koran. That’s how cultists instill strict obedience into their new plebs, beat and intimidate them in order to complete their brainwashing.
UK Schools Secretary, Ed Balls, doesn’t want to offend the Idiology of Perpetual Outrage (IPO), so Muslims should feel free to beat their children without a worry that the local authorities will intervene to stop them from hurtíng and humiliating their children. Just remember the UK’s golden rule, there’s one set of laws for majority, and another set for the followers of Mo. KGS
Double standards row as Ed Balls refuses to ban smacking at mosque schools to avoid ‘upsetting Muslim sensitivities’
Schools Secretary Ed Balls has been accused of refusing to ban Islamic schools from smacking children for fear of upsetting Muslim ‘sensitivities’.
Mr Balls was last week urged to close a legal loophole which gives teachers in Britain’s estimated 1,600 schools associated with mosques the right to smack children – even though it is banned in other schools.
He refused, prompting claims that he is allowing an alleged ‘culture of physical abuse’ in some of the mosque schools – or madrasahs – go unchecked.
Smacking is banned in all State and private schools. However, it does not apply to madrasahs, where pupils usually study in the evenings or at weekends, because the ban exempts schools where children attend for less than 12.5 hours per week.
Lib Dem schools spokesman David Laws, who is spearheading the campaign to close the smacking loophole, said: ‘The Government needs to legislate to protect children – not leave an opt-out simply because it fears some ethnic or religious backlash.’
He was supported by Labour MP Ann Cryer, who said it would be ‘bonkers’ if the Government did not act. She said: ‘I suspect people are frightened of upsetting the sensitivities of certain members of the Muslim faith.’
A report just over a year ago warned that madrasah students had been slapped, punched and had their ears twisted.
Irfan Chishti, a former Government adviser on Islamic affairs, said that one madrasah student was ‘picked up by one leg and spun around’ while another pupil said a teacher was ‘kicking in my head like a football’.
In a separate report in 2006, leading British Muslim Dr Ghayasuddin Siddiqui raised fears that physical abuse in madrasahs was ‘widespread’.
MPs have been told some of the alleged abuse of children in the Islamic schools may be the result of ignorance of laws on the treatment of children among Muslim parents and teachers.
Mrs Cryer, whose Keighley constituency in Yorkshire has a large ethnic community, claimed some of the children being illtreated in Islamic schools were those with special needs.
She said she was alerted to the problem by a local schoolteacher-I had a lot of problems in a madrasah in my constituency,’ said Mrs Cryer.
‘They don’t seem to have any understanding of special needs children. If a kid isn’t learning their Koranic verses terribly well, they think it’s because they are being naughty, not because they have an incapacity.