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‘Hellfire’ Muslim teachers at ‘Trojan Horse’ school warned six-year-olds about ‘white prostitutes’
- Oldknow Academy in Birmingham allegedly used hate terms in assemblies
- Leaked report reveals concerns from teachers over extremism
- At one stage a teacher was said to have lead pupils in anti-Christian chants
- Head teacher Bhupinder Kondal has allegedly been pushed out by takeover
Pupils as young as six were taught to treat Western women as ‘white prostitutes’ by a school at the centre of the ‘Trojan Horse’ Islamist plot.
The shocking disclosure comes ahead of two bombshell reports into claims Muslim radicals conspired to infiltrate governing bodies of Birmingham schools.
A leaked copy of one report says teachers at Oldknow Academy told school inspectors they were alarmed by the use of terms such as ‘white prostitute’ and ‘hellfire’ in school assemblies, and that non-Muslim teachers were banned from being present.
A leaked report speaks of alarm at language and teaching in Oldknow Junior School, Birmingham
A report by the Education Funding Agency says: ‘We were told by teachers that non-Muslim teaching staff are no longer allowed to take Friday assemblies. In separate interviews, staff told us that in Friday assemblies, occasionally words have been used such as “white prostitute” and “hellfire” which they felt were inappropriate for young children.’
Well-placed sources have told The Mail on Sunday that the term ‘white prostitute’ was used to suggest to pupils that Muslim women were moral but non-Muslim women were not.
Oldknow Academy, which has around 600 pupils, is said to have been the subject of a gradual takeover by extremists, who allegedly pushed out head teacher, Bhupinder Kondal, because she opposed the ‘Islamisation’ of the school.
Officially, Mrs Kondal is on sick leave, and she refused to discuss the matter with The Mail on Sunday.
She was among four of the school’s six senior managers who have left in recent months.
It is also claimed that in one assembly, just before Christmas last year, a senior teacher led ‘an anti-Christian’ chant. He allegedly shouted at the pupils ‘Do we believe in Christmas?’, to which the pupils replied collectively ‘No we don’t.’
The senior teacher is said to have made other ‘anti-Christian comments’ at the same assembly.
Officials from education watchdog Ofsted, who have also studied the ‘Trojan Horse’ claims, investigated the ‘anti-Christmas’ chant incident, but found no evidence of it.
However, a source said that teachers and pupils at Oldknow have referred to Christians as ‘kaffirs’, a derogatory Arabic term meaning infidels.
The source said that as part of the Islamic takeover, urinals from the boy’s toilets were removed, in accordance with Muslim custom which frowns on those who stand up to urinate.
More than 95 per cent of Oldknow’s pupils are Muslim. It holds Islamic prayers every Friday, teaches Arabic and organises trips to Mecca.
Last week, Oldknow teacher, Samir Rauf defended the school, accusing Ofsted inspectors of ‘having an agenda’. He said he had seen no evidence of an extremist takeover, and denied Christmas had been banned.
In February, a senior Oldknow teacher is said to have posted a message on social media urging all Muslims to disown those who gave up their faith.
He said: ‘Do not love the one who does not love Allah. If they can leave Allah, they will leave you.’
Only a year ago, an Ofsted inspection of Oldknow found it ‘outstanding’ in all areas, including in promoting multi-racial harmony.