Darul Uloom: Britain's 'Eton of Islam' filmed instructing religious apartheid

Theresa May stepped outside 10 Downing Street on 4th June, to state the following:
‘We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are. Things need to change and they need to change in 4 important ways.’
May blamed the recent terror attacks on ‘the single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism, that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism. It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights, are incompatible with the religion of Islam.’
She then outlined a plan of resolve:
‘It will only be defeated when we turn peoples’ minds away from this violence and make them understand that our values – pluralistic values – are superior to anything offered by the preachers and supporters of hate. We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed. Yet that is precisely what the internet and big companies that provide internet services, provide. We need to work with allied democratic governments to reach international agreements that regulate cyber-space, to prevent the spread of extremist and terrorism planning.
And we need to do everything we can at home to reduce the risks of extremism online. While we need to deprive the extremists of their safe spaces online, we must not forget about the safe spaces that continue to exist in the real world. Yes, that means taking military action to destroy ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but it also means taking action, here at home.
There is, to be frank, far too much extremism in this country, so we need to become far more robust in identifying it and stamping it out across the public sector and across society.’
May’s speech lasted 7 minutes 42 seconds, a day after 3 men took to the streets of London on a knife-wielding, unrelenting stabbing spree; in the name of Allah. Every second of that speech missed the mark. May’s speech was primarily focused on launching an offensive against the internet (another bottomless ideological war), with any mention of tackling ‘home’ threat, espousing the usual, meaningless, philsophical fluff.
Our goverment officially recognises this Islamist threat to be imported, influenced and imbibed everywhere else, but Britain. May stood in front of the nation to emphasise repeatedly that total disregard and desecration of life we’ve witnessed during the Westminster, Manchester and London attacks; take divine inspiration in ‘cyber-space.’ I envisage cyber-space terrorism and conjure up an image of a jihadi hitting the ‘destruct’ button on his/her facebook account, gleefully rubbing his/her palms as they watch cars plough into people.
Except that’s not how terror operates.
Cars driven by people ram into other people. Knives held by people slice into other people. Guns triggered by human fingers rip holes into hearts.
Such savages don’t live in a theoretical, virtual world – unlike May and every other priviledged, elite politician , far removed from the hubs of hate found in every city across Britain; in a plurality of local mosques, madrassahs, Islamic schools and centres. Inside of which the germination of indoctrination has long been granted autonomy.
I don’t deny that in this era of globalisation, a free-flow and exchange of ideas, easy access to material online and instant ability to conspire and collude with ‘shaheed’ (martyr) hopefuls, in any dilapidated, Lebanese hovel through a single text message – that ‘cyberism’ is not relevant. But it’s the apparent conviction that pursuing a crackdown of cyber-terrorist activities mitigates the stream of blood we’ve witnessed these past few months.
May’s speech missed the mark. Not as much as a 2009 Government-approved inspection of Darul Uloom Islamic High School in Birmingham, which praised the school for its tolerance of other religions and for promoting tolerance and harmony in society. Dubbed the ‘Eton of Islam’, Darul Uloom school is one representative of ‘Darul Ulooms’ – world renowned institutions designed to produce the next generation of Muslim leaders. Future Muslim leaders ingrained from the age of 5 upwards with the notion that those who adopt western ways would find themselves tortured in hell for eternity.
This government-approved school was exposed by Dispatches in their 2011 documentary ‘Lessons in hatred and violence’, as actively instrumental in edifying a parallel anti-western system. Children were filmed sitting on the floor as their teachers schooled them in the vile ways of the west, telling them point-blanc to not be like the non-Muslims.
Britain’s internal enemy.
https://youtu.be/r4D_OLm-RV4
 
The Dispatches programme revealed little children, not yet old enough to own a laptop, let alone understand what ‘cyber-space’ terrorism is, with direct and daily access to their sources of terror. Average Imams, teachers and local community leaders desensitising hatred, intolerance and consequently jihadism.
Terrorism is their normality.
The single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism, that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism. It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights, are incompatible with the religion of Islam.
Enough is enough, May also emphasises in this speech. Yet the resolve is to shut down the Darul Ulooms of Britain, to assimiliate Muslim babes and children into a mandatory, mixed education system.
And to stop giving the very institutions that teach its incumbents to despise and destroy the very values our ancestors willingly shed their blood to preserve, a pat on the back.
Enough is enough.
Truly it is.
Knowing where to root out the defect tends to help.
 
*Find below some articles written about the scandal, in addition to OFSTED reports of the Birmingham Darul Uloom school*
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1356361/Shame-Britains-Muslim-schools-Secret-filming-shows-pupils-beaten.html
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/feb/14/mosque-schools-arrest-channel-4
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3646405/Muslim-faith-school-says-Ofsted-inspectors-racist-reports-slams-leaflets-branding-music-dancing-acts-devil.html
https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/103586
 
 
 

Next stop: London Bound….

Dear Readers,
I may not post for some time and for that I apologise and ask you to bear with! My family are taking an unplanned  stay in  London,to escape our neighbourhood teeming of hate and hostility and are currently situated in a beautiful, safe area for the next week or so. Praise God!
If you’ve been following this blog from the very beginning you will know that my family have been subjected to religious persecution, which resulted in us being forced out of our last home of over 10 years and moving to a different area in Bradford in 2006. Although ideally we would have preferred not to move into a predominantly Pakistani Muslim area, financial constraints left us with no choice and we settled for a location near to my siblings’ schools and my dad’s workplace.
In 2008, a documentary-making company by the name of Dispatches were looking for case-studies, in order to highlight the plight of ex-Muslims and their families. Although my family were weary and not yet healed from a lifetime of persecution and violence, we decided to partake in this programme; as we strongly felt we needed to speak out – not only on behalf of ourselves – but also in the defence of the 3,000 Christian converts found in the UK. This documentary goes by the name of ‘Unholy War’.
Following the airing of the documentary, our situation began to spiral downwards yet again and those Muslim neighbours who once welcomed us with open arms and allowed their children to play and befriend my siblings, began to display hostile behaviour. The Arabic greeting of ‘As-salamu alaykum’ became a tight-lipped ‘morning’ before all forms of contact ground to a complete halt. This bitter attitude towards my family is nothing new, especially at this stage of our walk with Christ and since our persons and property were not being attacked nor assaulted, this outward show of repulsion was in actual fact, quite tolerable.
However, these last few years have witnessed a further degrading of our lives. One particular Muslim family who have made it no secret that they are contemptuous of our family, have taken it upon themselves to denigrate our family name to the surrounding neighbours, even having an adverse effect on those neighbours not Muslim! This has forced my father to remove my youngest sister from her Church of England school, as this particular neighbour (whose daughter attended the same school) infiltrated the minds of many Pakistani Muslim parents. This was passed down to their children, resulting in the bullying and isolation of my sister and a violent escapade, which saw her tooth being knocked out!
Again, we are living in a situation where we are outnumbered: Bradford West has a high concentration of Pakistani Muslims and although not all are out to get us, enough of them are and in the recent weeks my father has had his car windscreen smashed twice, and the police were called to the scene, in response to a hateful neighbour inciting many people to come out onto the streets to ‘kill those pigs’.
This anti-Christian warpath has escalated to the point where there has been numerous altercations these past two weeks alone, threats have been made to end my father’s life, my life, my sisters’ and my mother’s. Degrading and inhuman comments such as ‘I’m gonna get your girls fucked by the Pakis!’ and numerous other aggressive and heinous comments have been on the lips of our neighbours in the prior weeks to the point where my family has been forced to escape our home, broken car windscreen and all -(nothing that plastic carrier bags and cellotape can’t mend for now!)-in order to recover and regain much lost sanity.
I ask for your understanding and prayers at this very difficult and unsettling time. Readers of my previous blogs will know that I have known no other kind of life but this but that does not make this downright inconceivable behaviour acceptable. We are but mere humans and from time to time our strength fails us, but I know that God is my strength and in Him I take refuge and hope.
You will hear from me in a little while. In the meantime I intend to go on….