That’s the type of judge needed on the bench. KGS
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Battered and slashed by a Muslim gang just because he taught RE: Four jailed over their ‘dangerous extreme religious beliefs’
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 9:36 AM on 27th May 2011
Judge: ‘Your belief is that you carried out a duty to your God and you did so with no mercy’
Gang to get at least 19 years behind bars for grievous bodily harm with intent
Jihadi fanatics thought they had got away with it but were caught following suspicions of terrorist plot
Popular teacher: Gary Smith, 38, has been left traumatised after he was attacked by four men in East London
He was an ‘able, enthusiastic and popular’ religious education teacher who loved his job at an inner-city girls’ school.
But when a gang of Islamic extremists decided his lessons for Muslim girls were ‘mocking Islam’, they unleashed a sickening attack on Gary Smith, slashing his face and battering him with such force that his own mother didn’t even recognise him.
Akmol Hussain, 26, Sheikh Rashid, 27, Azad Hussein, 26, and Simon Alam, 19, ambushed the 38-year-old as he walked to work because they did not approve of a non-Muslim teacher giving lessons on religion to Hussain’s niece.
In a ten-minute attack, the fundamentalist mob smashed him over the head with a concrete block and iron rod and slashed his face from the corner of his mouth to his right ear with a Stanley knife. They punched and kicked him in the stomach, head and face, before driving away ‘praising Allah’ as they left their victim covered in blood and unconscious with a fractured skull and shattered jaw.
The Jihadi fanatics thought they had got away with it. But, following suspicions of a terrorist plot, the security services had planted a bug in their car that recorded them snarling: ‘This is the dog we want to hit, to strike, to kill.’
Despite the ferocity of the attack, Mr Smith was back in the classroom yesterday as his attackers were given an indeterminate sentence for public protection.
Sentencing the gang at Snaresbrook Crown Court to at least 19 years behind bars for grievous bodily harm with intent, Judge John Hand QC told them: ‘If you think that people around you in society present an insult or threat to God then you will not hesitate in attacking again.’