Is Engeland al verloren?

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Watchdog: Police could take action over the sharing of Batley teacher’s identity

THE equality watchdog has said police could take enforcement action over the sharing of a teacher’s identity after they were suspended for showing pupils a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed.

Equality and Human Rights Commission chair Baroness Kishwer Falkner said: “Children’s education should not be disrupted by protests in what has already been a difficult year. The school is taking action and ought to be trusted to do so.

“A teacher’s identity being shared, making them fear for their safety, is simply unacceptable and could result in enforcement action from the police. ... -identity/
Wie in de Islam zijn hersens gebruikt, zal zijn hoofd moeten missen.
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Gangs of young men looking for teacher outside home, son is in tears as he thinks he’ll be killed, his mother has left marital home
'My son fears he will be murdered': Father of blasphemy row RE teacher says he can never return to his old life after death threats over Prophet Muhammad lesson - and says school has thrown him under a bus

The father of the RE teacher at the centre of a blasphemy row after allegedly showing students a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad fears says his son fears he will be murdered and will never be able to return to his old life.

The teacher, in his 20s, who is not being named, has gone into hiding with his partner after receiving death threats.

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, his father said: 'My son keeps breaking down crying and says that it's all over for him.

'He is worried that he and his family are all going to be killed.

'He knows that he's not going to be able to return to work or live in Batley. It's just going to be too dangerous for him and his family.

'Look what happened to the teacher in France who was killed for doing the same thing. Eventually they will get my son and he knows this. His whole world has been turned upside down. He's devastated and crushed.

'When he starts speaking, he just breaks down and cries. He's become an emotional wreck.

'He feels that everything is broken and to be honest, it's hard to console him at the moment because that is the truth.'

The teacher also criticised Batley Grammar School for its handling of the incident.

In the immediate aftermath, the school suspended him and Headteacher Gary Kibble apologised to parents for the 'inappropriate' use of the cartoons, taken from the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

However, his father fumed: 'The school has thrown my son under a bus. The lesson that he delivered in which the picture of the Prophet Muhammad was shown was part of the curriculum, it had been approved by the school. Other teachers have done exactly the same thing.

'So why is my son being victimised like this? The school should have come out fighting for him and made it clear to the protestors that if offence was caused, then it was not my son's fault. It was the school's policy to show this picture, it wasn't an individual decision made by him.'

He revealed that a CCTV camera had been set up to monitor his son's home after neighbours reported gangs of young men arriving at the property to look for him.

His father said: 'Even if he gets his job back, how can he possibly return to Batley Grammar School? It will be far too risky. And how will he be able to walk around the town with his kids, doing normal things knowing that he could be killed?

'Sadly, his life here in Batley is over and it's very daunting for him to think about starting somewhere else afresh.'

The teacher's mother has also gone into hiding following fears that other members of the family may also be attacked and is currently not staying at her marital home in Batley.

He said: 'My wife is petrified that we'll also be targeted and has become a bag of nerves since all this happened. She's unable to stay in our home. This whole incident has had a devastating impact on us, and we are all scared about the situation we find ourselves in.'

He revealed that a CCTV camera is also being set up at his home and that police officers have also visited to provide advice on how he and his wife can keep themselves safe.

Referring to the protestors that gathered outside Batley Grammar School, he said: 'This issue obviously means a lot to them and I can understand that.

'But the school and my son have issued a full apology, and both have said that they won't allow the same thing to happen again. That should be the end of the matter and my son should be allowed to get on with his life.'

He described his son as a 'stand up' Yorkshireman who had worked hard throughout his life, holding down a job at a local supermarket to help him pay his way through university, where he studied Religious Education.

The father said: 'He balanced studying, bringing up kids and working in a local Tesco and has achieved a lot in his life. I can't really fault him, he's a fantastic son and a role model dad.'

He said that as a youngster his son was a keen amateur rugby player at Dewsbury Celtic Rugby League Club and is also a passionate supporter of Batley Rugby League Club, where he holds a season ticket.

He added: 'He's just a normal Yorkshire lad who loves his rugby and looks after his family. I'm very proud of him and it breaks my heart to see him so broken.'

The incident sent shockwaves around the Yorkshire school last week - but Muslim community leaders have now called on protests to stop.

Community leaders were concerned that with children, having had their education disputed over the past year due to Covid, they faced yet more missed lessons after the school was shut early for the Easter holidays.

A petition in support of him keeping his job has been signed by 64,000 people.

Now, leaders of nearby mosques revealed they have urged people to stay away from the gates after the school said it would carry out a formal investigation.

Snowdon Mosque chairman Akooji Badat said: 'We're working together with the parents and the teacher, and the school have been kind to all the sectors by suspending the teacher so there's no real cause for a peaceful protest outside the school.

'The school has done its job and cooperated well with us.'

Speaking 'on behalf of the Muslim community', one protester said: 'The teachers have breached the position of trust and failed their duty of safeguarding, and this issue must be addressed as a matter of urgency.'

However, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick called reports the teacher was in hiding 'very disturbing' and branded the protests 'not right', adding teachers must be free to 'appropriately show images of the Prophet Mohammed'.

However, Dr Alyaa Ebbiary, a researcher in Islamic studies at the SOAS University of London, disagreed with Mr Jenrick's comments.

'From the majority Muslim community perspective it's safe to say that showing images of the Prophet Muhammad would not be considered a 'right', but at best disrespectful, and at worst a provocation,' she said.

'For some pious Muslims, it's so hurtful to the point of going beyond the realm of common decency - I know that's hard for a Western liberal mindset to understand.

'The matter of depicting a Prophet in images is very problematic in the Islamic tradition, and so creating images, in and of itself, is considered disrespectful to someone held to be sacred.'

West Yorkshire Police said a number of complaints have been made in relation to the incident. Officers attended both protests after dozens of people stood outside the school, partially blocking the road.

A police spokesperson said: 'As might be expected given the high public profile of what has happened, there have been a number of complaints about various matters relating to this issue.

'These are being reviewed in more detail but this is an ongoing situation.'

It comes after MailOnline revealed that the RE teacher reportedly 'defended his right to freedom of speech' in a heated telephone call with the father of a Muslim pupil.

The teacher, who has not been named, is also disclosed as saying 'British values allowed him to present a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad to his class of year nine students as part of their course work'.

The Muslim parent demanded to speak to the teacher after his year 9 son returned from school and reported the matter to him.

When the teacher returned the call he told the father that he had warned his pupils that some would find it offensive, but his aim was to pose a question to his class.

He believed he was 'right' to show the cartoon which has offended Muslims across the world. He wanted to discuss whether the cartoonist was to blame or the terrorists who had committed murder over it in France after the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo had published it.

The angry father said the teacher did not appear apologetic when told that showing the cartoon to his son was offensive and instead was 'arrogant'. The teacher asked the father to voice his concerns to another staff member.

In a group WhatsApp message, shared among Islamic parents and protesters who have demonstrated outside the school and seen by MailOnline, the father said: 'He should have known better.

'I expressed I was not happy with his actions and he had caused offence to the community. He should have known better, after all these images caused international outrage.

'He was not apologetic and was arrogant in his response that what he did was right. He stated that he knew some of the pupils would tell their parents.'
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Geen verzet, maar appeasement in Britse cartoonrel

In Groot-Brittannië is het nieuws van de minder urgente categorie: een leraar moet onderduiken na het in zijn klas tonen van een Mohammed-cartoon. Frankrijk, waar een leraar dezelfde moed (of naïviteit) bekocht met onthoofding, zou op zijn achterste benen hebben gestaan, schrijft René ter Steege in een ingezonden opinie. Duidt de Britse lankmoedigheid op acceptatie van de gestage islamisering?

Britse media verzwijgen de naam van de godsdienstleraar om het zijn belagers niet nog gemakkelijker te maken. Het is een jonge man uit Yorkshire, fervent rugbyspeler, iemand met hart voor zijn vak. Er is wel meer wat de BBC en andere media liever niet noemen, zoals welke Mohammed-cartoon hij de leerlingen toonde tijdens een les over religie versus vrijheid van meningsuiting. Volgens geruchten was het die waarop Mohammed staat afgebeeld met een bom in zijn tulband.

Hoe dan ook, de pleuris brak vorige week uit rond de Batley Grammar School in het Noord-Engelse Yorkshire, waar volgens het dagblad Daily Mail driekwart van de 990 leerlingen behoort tot etnische minderheden. In dit deel van Engeland betekent dat bijna uitsluitend moslims, geïmmigreerd vanuit Pakistan, India en Bangladesh.

Kinderen vertelden hun ouders over de opmerkelijke les, ouders schakelden plaatselijke en landelijke islamitische leiders in, een vijftigtal overwegend mannelijke betogers blokkeerde de school en eiste het ontslag van de leraar.

Samuel Paty in Frankrijk

Overeenkomsten genoeg met wat in oktober vorig jaar gebeurde op de school in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine bij Parijs, waar de leraar Samuel Paty kinderen van rond de dertien jaar een Mohammed-cartoon toonde uit Charlie Hebdo. Een eerder door Paty uit de les verwijderde islamitische leerlinge ‘gaf hem aan’ bij haar vader, die via sociale media medestanders alarmeerde, onder wie een fanatieke prediker, en daarmee Paty’s doodvonnis velde.

Iedereen begrijpt dat zulks ook het lot kan worden van de jonge Britse leraar, die met zijn gezin in allerijl door de politie uit hun woning in Batley, bij Bradford, werd gehaald en ondergebracht op een onbekende plaats voordat een woedende meute hem zou lynchen. Hij woonde niet ver van de school.

Zijn buurman, een vluchteling uit Syrië, vertelde een plaatselijke krant dat ‘Aziatische’ jongens zich verdacht bij het huis van het verdwenen gezin hadden opgehouden. Hij bezwoer dat zijn voormalige buurman zeker niet islamofoob is, maar juist overliep van aandacht voor het migrantengezin naast hem. Hun kinderen speelden met elkaar.

Schooldirecteur steunt docent niet

Het verschil tussen de Britse en Franse houding in kwesties als deze is enorm. De directrice van de Franse school stond vierkant achter Samuel Paty terwijl de rel aanzwol: ouders en moslimgeestelijken eisten op hoge toon Paty’s ontslag en dreigden met demonstraties. Dat hield aan tot zijn executie door een jonge Tsjetsjeense migrant.

Haar Britse collega Gary Kibble capituleerde op zijn beurt meteen voor de menigte buiten de school. Hij ‘schorste’ de godsdienstleraar, die zich volgens hem ‘volstrekt onverantwoordelijk had gedragen’, betuigde diepe en oprechte spijt, beloofde dat zoiets nooit meer zou voorkomen en dat er een ‘volledig onderzoek’ wordt ingesteld naar hoe het zover heeft kunnen komen. Ook de godsdienstleraar heeft spijt, verzekerde de directeur. Hij dankte de ouders voor het ‘delen’ van hun bezorgde reacties, die hij zou ‘meenemen’ bij toekomstig overleg met het ministerie van Onderwijs over een ‘herziening’ van het godsdienstonderwijs. Geen woord van compassie met zijn leraar, laat staan van vermaning aan diens belagers. De vader van de leraar vindt dat Kibble zijn zoon daarmee ‘voor de bus heeft gegooid’, vertelde hij de Daily Mail.

De directeur liet zijn capitulatie voor de school voorlezen door een politieman, omringd door veelal in islamitische kledij gehulde betogers. Ze beweerden ouders te zijn van de leerlingen, maar volgens plaatselijke journalisten betrof het vooral leden van een islamitische organisatie. Die namen geen genoegen met Kibbles knieval. Slechts na het ontslag van de leraar, en diens levenslange verbanning uit het Britse onderwijs, zouden ze inbinden.

Minister van Onderwijs Gavin Williamson laakte hun intimiderende gedrag en onderstreepte het belang van de vrijheid van meningsuiting, ook op religieus gebied. De parlementaire afgevaardigde van het district, een Labour-politica, toonde zich vooral bezorgd over het verder uit de hand lopen van het conflict, net als een tot barones bevorderde Conservatieve moslima, die geldt als spreekbuis van gematigde Britse moslims. Zij toonde vooral begrip voor de woede over de tekening. Anderen vreesden dat de extreemrechtse splinterbeweging Britain First van de ophef profiteert. De onderwijsvakbond van de leraar hield het bij een tamme, diplomatieke verklaring.

De Franse stijl

In Frankrijk zou niet alleen politiek rechts in woede zijn ontstoken en solidariteit hebben betuigd met het slachtoffer, maar ook het staatshoofd en oppositieleiders. Vakbonden, schrijvers en intellectuelen zouden voor hem of haar in de bres zijn gesprongen. In Parijs en andere steden zouden mensen van allerlei gezindten de straat op zijn gegaan ter verdediging van de laïcité of, gewoon, van de vrijheid van meningsuiting.

Verklaringen in ‘Franse stijl’ waren er in Engeland wel, maar veelal afkomstig van organisaties als de National Secular Society, die sprak van een poging om islamitische blasfemiewetten in te voeren in het Britse openbaar onderwijs. De Free Speech Union vindt dat Groot-Brittannië hier als belangrijke westerse natie een principieel standpunt moet innemen, zoals Frankrijk. Het zijn ongetwijfeld eerbiedwaardige organisaties, maar in het maatschappelijk debat leggen ze weinig gewicht in de schaal.

Sussen van een vijandige minderheid

Engeland, om ons te beperken tot dat deel van het Verenigd Koninkrijk, lijkt bezig met het sussen van een vijandige minderheid, die zoiets eerder beschouwt als een aansporing om ‘door te pakken’. De correspondent van de Volkskrant brengt in herinnering dat Bradford in 1989 een brandhaard was van de gewelddadige moslimprotesten tegen de Brits-Indiase schrijver Salman Rushdie, die zich over de hele wereld verspreidden. In deze regio opgegroeide jonge moslims pleegden terreuraanslagen in Engeland en in 1985 uitte schoolhoofd Ray Honeyford, op wiens school in Bradford al bijna geen blanke leerlingen meer waren, scherpe kritiek op het multiculturalisme in en buiten het onderwijs. Het kostte hem zijn baan, na druk van de islamitische burgemeester van Bradford.

Honeyford, die in 2002 overleed, gold destijds vooral als een racistische schurk, wiens ‘gelijk’ werd gevierd door rechtse intellectuelen als Roger Scruton. Natuurlijk schilderden zijn tegenstanders hem ook af als een volgeling van de Conservatieve politicus Enoch Powell. Die voorspelde in 1968 bloedige gevolgen als de ‘waanzin’ van de immigratie zou doorgaan. Powell werd prompt ontslagen uit het schaduwkabinet en verbannen uit beschaafde kringen. Ook voor de Conservatieve elite in de Thatcher-jaren gold hij als besmet. Onder de Britse arbeidersklasse kon de excentrieke intellectueel ‘Enoch’ wel rekenen op veel sympathie.

Groot-Brittannië lijkt voor appeasement te kiezen

Het sindsdien geldende taboe op verzet tegen immigratie, op straffe van de beschuldiging van racisme, kreeg gevolgen die Powell niet had kunnen voorzien in zijn ergste nachtmerrie, schreef Douglas Murray in The Strange Death of Europe. Londen en Birmingham, de tweede stad van Engeland, worden al jaren bestuurd door islamitische burgemeesters. In Londen vormen blanken al jaren een slinkende minderheid, Birmingham bereikt naar verwachting nog dit jaar die hoge mate van ‘diversiteit’.

Tijdens de campagne voor het Brexit-referendum was een rem op immigratie een belangrijke stemmentrekker van de voorstanders, maar daarmee bedoelden ze vooral mede-Europeanen.

Onder de rechtse premier Boris Johnson keert Groot-Brittannië zich sinds de Brexit steeds verder af van Europa, ten faveure van contacten met voormalige koloniën als Australië en Canada, maar ook India en Pakistan. Minister van Binnenlandse Zaken Priti Patel, dochter van Indiase immigranten, gaat de immigratie van Europeanen aan banden leggen. Polen en Bulgaren zullen vaak niet voldoen aan de door haar bepleite inkomens-, taal- en opleidingseisen voor nieuwkomers, Pakistanen en andere moslims vaak wel. Met alle kans op voortschrijding van de islamisering.

Het door moslimterreur-van-eigen-bodem zwaar getroffen Frankrijk verzet zich daartegen, waar Groot-Brittannië voor appeasement lijkt te kiezen – een beleid dat is gebaseerd op concessies aan een andere macht. ... el-814554/
Wie in de Islam zijn hersens gebruikt, zal zijn hoofd moeten missen.
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Tja, appeasement. Dat moedigt de meute aan om door te douwen.
130 imams and scholars urge PM to condemn Batley school teacher

Over 130 imams and Islamic scholars have written to the Prime Minister urging him to condemn the showing of blasphemous cartoons to Muslim children at Batley Grammar School.

In an open letter to Boris Johnson, the imams and scholars say the incident was an attempt to incite hatred and Islamophobia whilst pushing forward extremist white supremacist ideology.

So far three teachers have been suspended over the incident which has led to widespread outrage within the Muslim community. On the other hand, right-wing media, politicians and civil society commentators have supported the actions of the teacher.
The letter was organised by the Muslim Action Forum. Below is the letter and list of signatories in full:
En hier is dan de brief en de lijst met de namen:
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Dear Prime Minister,

We the undersigned British Muslim citizens and scholars are writing to express our unequivocal condemnation of the depiction of the caricature of our Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, by the RE teacher at Batley Grammar School. It is inconceivable that such a depiction in an RE lesson can be based on the notion of discussing “freedom of speech” or even a critique of the personality of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. It was prima facie, based on the usual attempt of inciting hatred and Islamophobia whilst pushing forward extremist white supremacist ideology, which inevitably creates chaos and anarchy.

The hallmark of any civilised society cannot be the freedom to abuse and provoke certain members of society. Current legal proscription of xenophobic, anti-Semitic, homophobic, and other language of incitement of violence, ensures that we all remain in the realm of civil society. Why is it then that hatred against Muslims and Islamophobia is so widely defended and accepted? Surely, in sowing such seeds of hatred, we only advance the vested agenda of a tiny minority of extremists on all sides, that seek to gain from any form of chaos and anarchy. Depicting the caricatures of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, will inevitably offend and provoke the feelings of 1.6 billion Muslims on this planet, and this cannot be unintentional or an act of a civilised member of society.

There are some who stand in solidarity with the teacher, guided by their blind hatred of the Muslim community in our country. They fail to understand how the love of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him means more to every Muslim than everything else that is dear to them. In a world where many are self-centred, egotistical, and selfish members of society, they fail to understand how a man who lived over 1400 years ago can be more meaningful to over 1.6 billion Muslims than their own dear lives.

The global coronavirus pandemic has taught us that there are issues within society in which we are one, we must care for each other otherwise we end up dying together. We need to cling onto those issues that help us to learn to live together and uphold common values to ensure a civilised society. The outcomes of the heinous acts of the teacher inevitably lead to shaking the fabrics of our society, greatly damaging social cohesion and harmony. We invite you as Prime Minister, the political head of our country, and as our fellow British citizen, to stand with British Muslims in the condemnation of such divisive actions. The reprehensible actions of the teacher are a call to action to all civilised members of our society to unequivocally condemn such intentional behaviour.

We welcome the actions of the governors of the Batley Grammar School to suspend not only the teacher in question, but also the other co-conspirators, who designed this attack on our civilised society. The whole of the British Muslim community shall critically observe the next steps that the school takes to ensure that justice is done.

Kind regards,

Shaykh Faiz Siddiqi, Muslim Action Forum
Imam Adil Shahzad, Bradford
Imam Khalid Hussain, Leicester
Shaikh Tauqir Ishaq, Nuneaton
Shaykh Zain Siddiqi, Birmingham
Shaykh Noor Siddiqi, Coventry
Shaykh Waseem Ahmed, Manchester
Mufti Wajid Iqbal, Bradford
Shaykh Mohsin Haveliwala, Bolton
Mufti Nizamuddin Misbahi, Blackburn
Mufti Muhammad Qasim Zia, Sheffield
Shaykh Shabaz Ahmed, Ashton-under-Lyne
Shaykh Zahid Sharif, Ashton-under-Lyne
Imam Muhammad Anis, Birmingham
Imam Husnain Yaqoob, Nottingham
Imam Muhammad Amir, Stoke-on-Trent
Imam Abdul Rasool Alwari, Preston
Maulana Muhammad Kaleem, Bolton
Mufti Muhammad Naseerullah Naqshabandi, Bolton
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Irfany, Bolton
Sayyid Muhammad Hamdani, Bolton
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Samdani, Bolton
Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad Zarkani, Bolton
Professor Muhammad Masood Hazarvi, Luton
Imam Mohammed Bilal, Peterborough
Imam Sudagar Hussain, Bradford
Imam Adeel Attari, Bradford
Imam Muhammad Adeeb, Stoke-on-Trent
Imam Qari Muhammad Ayub, Stoke-on-Trent
Maulana Atif Jabbar Haidary, Birmingham
Shaykh Muhammad Farooq Nazami, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Bashir, Birmingham
Imam Barkat Ahmed, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Akhtar Ali, Southampton
Shaykh Sufi Arshad Mahmood, Leeds
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Ali, Southampton
Mufti Muhammad Saqib Qadri, Oldham
Mohammed Shafiq, Ramadhan Foundation, Rochdale
Imam Muhammad Qasim Qadri, Nottingham
Shaykh Naveed Jameel, Nottingham
Imam Muhammad Asrar, Nottingham
Shaykh Muhammad Naveed Ashrafi, Blackburn
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Ali, Warrington
Imam Hafiz Amjad Mahmood, Bury
Shaykh Qari Mohammad Tayyab, Manchester
Mufti Muhammad Qasim, Manchester
Imam Muhammad Ilyas, Manchester
Mufti Muhammad Rubel, Manchester
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Ozair, Manchester
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Omair, Manchester
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Yasin, Manchester
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Fahim, Manchester
Allama Hafiz Muhammad Zia, Birmingham
Maulana Muhammad Umar, Birmingham
Maulana Muhammad Zahoor, Birmingham
Syed Muhammad Riaz Barkati, Accrington
Imam Mobashir Iqbal, Manchester
Shaykh Muhammad Din Sialvi, Nelson
Hafiz Niaz Ahmad Siddiqee, Birmingham
Mufti Wali Raza Rizvi, Worcester
Imam Hassnain Raza Siddiqee, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Faisal Javed, Birmingham
Imam Abbas Ashra, Newcastle
Shaykh Muhammad Yaseen, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Zulkarnain, Leicester
Imam Muhammad Maruf, Eccles
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Iftikhar, Manchester
Shaykh Syed Munawar Hussain Shah Bukhari, Blackburn
Shaykh Syed Sajjad Hussain Shah Bukhari, Blackburn
Syed Talha Bukhari, Blackburn
Syed Usama Bukhari, Blackburn
Allama Nawaz Hazarvi, Peterborough
Shaykh Mufti Ansar ul Qadri, Bradford
Syed Muhammad Zafarullah Shah, Birmingham
Mufti Fazl Ahmed Qadri, Derby
Shaykh Pir Mohammad Dilshad Hussain al-Qadri, Leeds
Shaykh Pir Tayyab-Ur-Rehman, Birmingham
Allama Qari Mahmood Ul Hassan Farashwi, Walthamstow
Allama Nabeel Afzal Qadri, Coventry
Allama Mohammed Zahoor, Oldham
Imam Hafiz Ghulam Rasool, Black Country
Shaykha Rukia Bi Mahmood, Stoke-on-Trent
Ustadha Nz Shahid, Sandwell
Ustadha Tahira, Oldbury
Ustadha Shazia, Smethwick
Ustadha Zaib, Oldbury
Ustadha Naila, West Bromwich
Ustadha Ghazala, Tipton
Ustadha Nasrin, Tipton
Imam Muhammad Hafeez, Tyseley
Imam Sajid Mahmood, Walsall
Imam Hashmi, Dudley
Imam Hafiz Akram, Dudley
Imam Hafiz Shafiq, Tividale
Imam Hafiz Yaqub, West Bromwich
Imam Syed Nazir Shah, West Bromwich
Qari Muhammad Yunus, Tipton
Imam Hafiz Siddique, Oldbury
Imam Hafiz Muzammil, Tipton
Imam Hafiz Rayharn, Sandwell
Imam Hafiz Abdul Qadir, Blackheath
Imam Hafiz Abdulla Sultani, Erdington
Imam Hafiz Dilpazir, Erdington
Imam Hafiz Abdul Ghafoor Chisti, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Allah Baksh, Birmingham
Imam Hafiz Muhammad Miyan, Manchester
Imam Hafiz Shabraz, Wolverhampton
Imam Yusuf Qamar, Lye, West Midlands
Imam Maulana Munawwar, Smethwick
Imam Qadhi Sajid Zaffar, Birmingham
Shaykh Mohammad Arshad Misbahi, Manchester
Imam Abdul Hafeez Aziz, Bradford
Molana Muhammad Islam, Birmingham
Imam Asim Hussain, Bradford
Mufti Qari Saeed, Newcastle
Allama Ayub Chishti, Blackburn
Allama Masood Qadri, Bolton
Allama Muhammad Husein Qadri, Bolton
Imam Subhanoor Chowdhury, Leicester
Allama Zafar Mahmood Farashwi, Manchester
Imam Qari Muhammad Aurangzeb, Manchester
Shaykh Sabir Ali, Bolton
Mufti Tahir Ali, Bolton
Imam Tayyub Ali, Bolton
Imam Azhar Ali, Bolton
Shaykh Syed Ghulam Dastgir Shah, Halifax
Sahibzada Junaid Akhtar, Birmingham
Allama Sajjad Razwi, Halifax
Syed Usman Ali al-Qadri, Bradford
Imam Hafiz Mohammed Razvi al-Qadri, Leicester
Nadir Muhammad, Centre for Muslim Policy Research, London
Imam Hafiz Uthman, Birmingham
Shoaib Malik, Muslim Action Forum – National Co-ordinator, Warrington ... l-teacher/
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Professoren Britse universiteit mogen geen spelfouten meer corrigeren

Docenten van de Universiteit van Hull (Noord-Engeland) mogen geen spelfouten meer corrigeren. Reden? Het zou ’te elitair’ zijn. De nieuwe regel is onderdeel van het ’inclusief beoordelingsbeleid’ dat erop gericht is om de leerplannen te ’dekoloniseren’, aldus The Telegraph.

De herziene aanpak moet zorgen voor meer gelijke kansen, ongeacht de achtergrond van leerlingen. De werkwijze zou een eerlijkere beoordeling opleveren op kwaliteit van ideeën en kennis.

De universiteit meent dat bepaalde studenten worden benadeeld of ontmoedigd door een strenge beoordeling van de Engelse taalvaardigheden. De school stelt dat het hierbij gaat om studenten die naar slecht presterende scholen zijn geweest, studenten die langdurig ziek zijn geweest of studenten voor wie Engels niet de eerste taal is.

Onder druk

Het beleid komt niet geheel als een verrassing: universiteiten in Groot-Brittannië staan onder druk om meer studenten op te nemen uit kansarme milieus.

De University of the Arts in Londen heeft een gelijksoortig beleid. Docenten hebben daar de opdracht gekregen ’spelling-, grammatica- of andere taalfouten te accepteren’ zolang ze ’de communicatie niet significant belemmeren’, aldus The Telegraph. ... corrigeren

En onderwijl sluipt er steeds meer Engels in onze taal:
Mijn moeder brengt mijn zusje naar de crash.
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Death threats for head teacher as London school is attacked for being “run by white people”

Police are investigating death threats against the head teacher of Harris Academy Tottenham according to reports from top education news site Schools Week.

An online campaign against the school seemingly started with a petition launched by PE teacher Joshua Adusei, who accused the school of “institutional racism” and demanded the resignation of the new acting principal and head of the academy.

The Harris Federation has called the campaign “misleading, vindictive and vexatious” and claimed that school leaders are “having their wellbeing and safety jeopardised.”

The two central gripes behind the petition are the permanent exclusion of three black students – although the petitioner Adusei does not provide any details about the circumstances surrounding such a severe disciplinary action – and strange claims that the school’s new “zero tolerance behaviour policy” somehow “disproportionately affects BAME and SEN students.”

Adusei was subsequently suspended, with students protesting the action taken against him, and ultimately dismissed by the school, but the head teacher has now faced death threats with the Metropolitan Police confirming that investigations over “malicious communications” have been made.

In one now-deleted comment, the school was slammed for being “run by white people… who don’t understand the children” in racist remarks that are reminiscent of left-wing graffiti daubed near Pimlico Academy – also in the capital.

Students there staged a woke walkout last term over the flying of the union flag and new uniform policies that aimed to stop the disruption of learning, amid a semi-literate vandalism campaign that included slogans like “white schools for brown kids are u mad” and “aint no black in the Union Jack”.

Taken together with the outrageous scenes outside Batley Grammar School in Yorkshire in March, which saw a teacher suspended amid death threats and the protests of an angry Muslim mob, it paints a grim picture for academic freedom and traditional British schooling in the twenty-first century…
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Het is altijd hetzelfde liedje met die Mohammedaanse hulporganisaties: ongelovigen hoeven niet te weten waar het geld vandaan komt en waar het heen gaat. Dat geeft helaas problemen met transparantie als ze als liefdadigheidsinstelling door de overheid behandeld willen worden.
Birmingham mosque charity under scrutiny over whistleblower claims

The Charity Commission has been asked to look into concerns about how the body running Central Jamia Mosque Ghamkol Sharif in Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath, is managing its affairs

The Charity Commission has been asked to investigate a series of claims made by a whistleblower over financial transparency at one of the city's biggest mosques.

The claims were flagged with the regulator against the Board of Dar UI Uloom Islamia Rizvia (Bralawai) - the charitable organisation that runs Central Jamia Mosque Ghamkol Sharif in Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath.

A source contacted the charity's regulator to claim there was a lack of transparency about the financial affairs of the mosque, which has assets of more than £9 million and an annual income of more than £500,000. It has not yet filed accounts for 2018-19 or 2019-20.
The charity defended the claims, saying the delay was linked to the pandemic emergency and it was working with the regulator and specialist auditors to resolve the issue.

The claims were understood to be linked to letters and messages seen by Birmingham Live involving one trustee, Mohammed Zahid, who was ousted during an emergency meeting last month after flagging a series of concerns with fellow trustees.

Mr Zahid, in letters and other communications, raised questions about transparency around the charity's finances, as well as concerns about employment contracts and salaries, health and safety and the links between separate commercial funeral companies and the charity.

The charity is currently in default of its financial obligations under Charity Commission rules as it has yet to produce its accounts for 2019 or 2020. It is listed on the regulator website as being in default, with its 2019 accounts now more than 450 days overdue. ... y-20466347
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Oh Dear!!!! Londen: oproep tot gebed voor moslims via de Tower Bridge

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Wat is hier mooi aan?
Het morele gelijk ligt bij het volk

Respectabele fora de moeite van een bezoek meer dan waard:
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Citaten van Mustafa Kemal Atatürk over de Islam
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Zo af en toe beklaag ik die Engelsen wel met hun geïmporteerde Paki's.
Er zijn echt heel veel Paki's en die willen van Engeland net zo'n zootje maken als van hun thuisland dat ze zijn ontvlucht omdat het zo'n zooitje is.
Gang of 28 men charged with raping child for seven years in horrific case

Twenty-nine men have been charged in connection with the child sexual exploitation of one victim in West Yorkshire.

The men are accused of committing offences, including rape, attempted rape, indecent assault and conspiracy to rape, in Calderdale and Bradford between 2003 and 2010.

In total, 28 of the arrested were charged with rape.

The female victim was aged between 13 and 20 years old at the time of the alleged offences, West Yorkshire Police said.
A force spokesman said: "The vast majority of offending occurred in Calderdale, but some offences occurred in the Bradford District.
"The men have been charged with a variety of sexual offences following an investigation into non-recent child sexual exploitation."

The female victim was aged between 13 and 20 during the alleged abuse (Image: East Kilbride News)

The men, who are now aged between 35 and 64 and from addresses in West Yorkshire and Sheffield, will appear at Bradford Magistrates' Court on July 7 and 9. ... n=sharebar

Het artikel bevat een plijst metde namen van al de aangeklaagden. En ja, allen Paki's.
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Importeer shit hole en je krijgt shit hole.

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Er wordt weer een school belegerd door een moslim meute.
School picketed after headteacher says Palestinian flag makes some Jews feel ‘unsafe’

Head of Leeds school triggers uproar among pro-Palestinian activists after video of his comments goes viral
Protesters demonstrated outside a high school in Leeds yesterday after its headteacher said the Palestinian flag made some Jewish students feel “threatened and unsafe”.
In a two-minute video addressing pupils at Allerton Grange high school, headteacher Mike Roper described the flag as a “call to arms”, which could be seen as “a message of support for antisemitism.”
Mr Roper said: “Some people they see that flag and they feel threatened, they feel unsafe, and they worry because for other people that the flag is seen as a call to arms and seen as a message of support of antisemitism, for being anti-Jewish, and it was never meant to be like that in the first place."

The remark sparked outrage among some pupils and pro-Palestinian activists in Leeds.
On social media, some campaigners accused Mr Roper of being Islamophobic.
One activist, Fatima Said, tweeted: “This is actually wild, complete erasure of Palestine and blatant Islamophobia on display here…”

Mr Roper apologised for his remarks in a letter, which was issued jointly by the school and Leeds City Council.
In the letter Mr Roper says: “I am deeply sorry that a particular example I used in that assembly, referring to the Palestinian flag, has caused such upset within the community. That was never my intention. ... e-1.517043
“The full message shared with students last week praised our students’ passion for their views and beliefs. It set out how we want to work through the issues highlighted with our students in an informed and respectful way.”

However, the apology did not stop campaigners from picketing the school yesterday afternoon, leaving Jewish pupils at the centre of a political controversy they did nothing to provoke.

The Leeds Jewish Representative Council told the JC their priority at this time was to support Jewish parents and children.

Simon Myerson QC, Chair of LJRC, said: "Every school needs to ensure its pupils are able to appreciate each other's feelings, and comment from outsiders and protests outside a school are unlikely to assist that.

“Our primary concern is to support Jewish parents and their children, and we hope that all adults have our minority students in mind as well as others.”
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Kolonisten nemen de problemen van hun thuisland mee.
Hier iets dat wel te maken zal hebben met een ruzie tussen Paki clans.
Three men arrested after drive-by shooting near Clara Street mosque

Three men have been arrested following the drive-by shooting of a 42-year-old man in Clara Street, Huddersfield.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder

The victim was ambushed as he left the Markazi Jamia Masjid Anwar-e-Madina mosque following Friday prayers.

A 31-year-old man was arrested yesterday (Mon) on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with the incident in which the victim received non-life-threatening injuries.
It's understood he was shot in the shoulder. The suspect remains in police custody for questioning.

Two men, both aged 21, have also now been released on police bail after being arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.

An eyewitness said a green/greyish coloured Vauxhall Corsa driven by the assailants had been seen circling the mosque waiting for the target to come out before the man was shot twice. ... e-20818707
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Had deze knul niet beter thuis in Afghanistan kunnen blijven?

A former unaccompanied child refugee talks about plans for child migrants in Dover to be ‘detained’

A former unaccompanied child refugee who came to the UK at the age of 16 has warned children’s lives “will be put at risk” if the Government presses forward with new immigration laws.

Naqeeb Saide fled Afghanistan as a teenager, entering England alone in a life-threatening fight for safety.

After “crying every night” when he was placed with a foster family and couldn’t make contact with his parents, he is now highlighting the plight of young refugees who could be turned away from the UK – or detained upon arrival.

Kent Council announced it is “profoundly saddened” it will have to detain child migrants in Dover earlier on this week, as a government-supported National Transfer Scheme to find refugees a safe place to stay has been disrupted by a lack of funding and the coronavirus.

The 21-year-old university student and campaigner based in Worthing, Sussex told i: “When I arrived in April 2016, the first few days were really difficult. I cried every night. The only people that I knew were the kids living in the same foster family as me.

“It means a lot to be with your family when you leave your home. It’s difficult being in a country where you don’t know anyone, and you’re not able to speak the language.

“Back home, I had a good life. I was living with my family, my mom was a teacher, and my dad was in the property business. I had a really decent job back home, and when I came to the UK, I lost everything. I lost my home, my job – I had nothing, and started from scratch.

“If there were legal routes to safety, nobody would risk their life to cross the English Channel to come here. Young people will have to either come over without their family, or they will die.”

Campaigners like Mr Saide have questioned plans put forward by the Home Office earlier on this year denying refugees using “unauthorised routes” an automatic right to asylum. Instead they would be reassessed for removal and relocated to safe countries they passed through.

This would mean anyone who crosses into the UK via the English Channel could face immediate expulsion, with priority given to resettlement directly from refugee camps under government programmes.

People who cannot immediately be removed would be offered a temporary status, up to 30 months, with abridged rights and benefits and limited family reunion rights.

Mr Saide, now 21, said: “Under the new proposal that the Government is putting forward, young people will be cut off and be forced to risk their lives to cross the UK to be with their families.

“If there’s less funding and we can’t help every single person, why don’t we give people seeking asylum the right to work. That way they can give back and help themselves, and help the community.”

Enver Solomon, CEO of the Refugee Council and chair of the Refugee Week festival, said: “Over the course of this week, the Home Office used the occasion of Refugee Week to defend its ‘New Plan for Immigration’ which will reduce the level of protection the UK gives to people who take irregular routes to seek safety here.

“This year’s theme ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’ was not intended to be a political campaign about the Government’s radical reforms to the asylum system. However, given that Home Office ministers have referenced Refugee Week in messages making the case for their reforms, we feel compelled to respond.

“For decades the UK has welcomed people fleeing war, terror and persecution regardless of how they have reached our shores who have gone on to make amazing contributions to our communities and national institutions such as the NHS. Now is not the time to turn our back on this great British value of refugee protection that we should all be proud of.”

A Home Office spokesperson said:

“Protecting vulnerable children is a key priority for the Government and in 2019 the UK received more asylum claims from unaccompanied children than any other European country, including Greece and Italy.

“The Government has committed to review safe and legal routes, including family reunion for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the EU. This is part of the New Plan for Immigration, which will fix the UK’s broken asylum system.”
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UK teachers should use 'learners' instead of 'girls' and 'boys', urges taxpayer-funded LGBT organization

The organization Stonewall is also urging schools to give children of both genders the option of wearing both skirts or pants for their school uniform

The British LGBT organization Stonewall, which is heavily funded by UK taxpayers, is urging teachers to stop using the words "boy" and "girl". Instead, they should say “learner”, according to guidelines reported by the Daily Telegraph. In addition, the organization that fights for the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals is urging schools to give children the option of wearing skirts or pants regardless of their gender.

Stonewall received funding from the government last year for programs against “homophobic, biphobic and transphobic” behavior in schools. Between 2015 and 2019, the organization received almost three million pounds (€3.49 million) in funding from various government sources. In addition, many large companies pay Stonewall money (starting from €2,909) to participate in diversity programs.

Joint physical education classes for boys and girls
The LGBT organization also recommends schools transform to embrace an LGBT ideology and abolish gender norms. Children should, for example, attend the same physical education class regardless of their gender and be able to use changing rooms and showers according to their preferences. Stonewall also advises that elementary school children should learn to name their preferred pronoun. In English, this would be “he/him” or “she/her” or for transgender people “they/them”. Teachers should also teach children to use the pronouns “they/them”.

Stonewall has established a School and College Champion Program of hundreds of schools, which involves participants paying a three-digit amount for this training, which then gives them the right to take part in competitions for particularly LGBT-friendly schools.

The conservative Safe Schools Alliance UK has criticized the recommendation to teach children of both sexes in joint physical education and to let boys compete against girls. It continues to call for separate physical education classes for safety and fairness reasons. In the past, hundreds of female athletes have voiced their concern over biological men participating in sports, but that has done little to keep progressives from working to abolish gender in sports.

Recently, Stonewall caused a stir by demanding that the word “mother” be abandoned for the "person who gave birth to children“.

Ministers criticize the organization
Stonewall was founded in 1989 to lobby for gay and lesbian rights. In recent years, the association has shifted its focus more on transgender issues. This has led to a partial split in the gay and lesbian movement.

Some gays and lesbians find that the organization is neglecting its traditional role and shifting unilaterally to trans-lobbyism.

More recently, several key Johnson administration ministers, including Minister for Women and Equality, Liz Truss, have spoken out against Stonewall. Government agencies should no longer participate in and pay for Stonewall's Diversity Champion program, she said.

The former head of the National Health Service (NHS), Kate Grimes, who had supported Stonewall as a lesbian, recently accused the organization of being "no longer compatible" with NHS values. According to her, Stonewall threatens safety in the NHS by advocating shared changing rooms and showers for men and women, trans men and trans women. In addition, the Stonewall pressure endangers freedom of expression and free debate on these issues.
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Er was een tijd (de Vietnam tijd) dat protesterenden de leus "Johnson Molenaar" riepen want als ze 'moordenaar' riepen dan werden ze opgepakt voor belediging van een bevriend staatshoofd (Johnson was president van de USA). Tenmiste, zo gaat het verhaal.
Muslim schoolboy referred to UK Prevent for saying he wants to give 'alms to oppressed'

A Muslim schoolboy was sent to the controversial counter-radicalisation programme Prevent after his teacher allegedly misheard him say "arms" instead of "alms".

The teacher asked the primary school class what they would do if they inherited a large sum of money and the schoolboy said he would give "alms to the oppressed", according to the legal challenge the 11-year-old's parents have lodged against his school.

His teacher allegedly misheard "arms" instead of "alms", and referred him to Prevent.
En hierna komt het huilie huilie verhaal over dit gebeuren:
Spoiler! :
Attiq Malik, a solicitor representing the boy's parents, told The Telegraph that the incident shows how damaging the government's anti-radicalisation programme is to Muslim children.

“You've got a child who has made a very good and positive comment about giving aid, alms, to the people who need it across the world, But because of race or religion, the teacher has interpreted it as being something completely opposite and reported him to Prevent,” Malik said.

The Prevent referral states that the boy "lives with mum and dad – attends a local mosque", according to the solicitor.

The boy’s parents said the referral affected their family life and mental health.

"This has had a massive impact on us as a family. My wife hasn’t slept properly since this happened," the father, an engineer, told The Guardian.
They are worried that the referral will stay on their son’s file and could be passed on to the grammar school he is due to attend in September. They expressed disappointment that the school had not discussed the referral with them first.

The headteacher of the school told The Guardian that it "would not be appropriate" to speak publicly about individual children, "but as a school, we do everything we can to keep all our pupils safe and well".
"We have a moral and legal responsibility to seek specialist advice from many different professionals as required," the headteacher said.

Civil liberties and rights groups, including Amnesty International, have long called for an independent review of the anti-radicalisation strategy. Activists and Muslim bodies say that Prevent has created an environment of fear and discrimination against Muslims.

Under the strategy, schools, NHS trusts, local authorities and prisons have a statutory duty to report concerns about individuals perceived to be at risk of radicalisation.

Recent figures show that just 11 percent of Prevent referrals were deemed to be legitimate radicalisation risks. ... ty-comment
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Sterkte Great Britain... Jullie "gasten" mogen wat kosten.
Up to 50 hotels across Britain benefit from £4billion ten-year contract to house asylum seekers

Casually tapping on their smartphones and smoking in the sunshine, the young men gathered outside the once grand, but now slightly downmarket, hotel appeared carefree and relaxed.

Their untroubled, if somewhat bored, demeanour is perhaps no surprise.


Having successfully reached the UK as asylum seekers, they are now guests of the British taxpayer with free accommodation and a £39.60 weekly spending allowance.

An investigation by The Mail on Sunday can reveal that at least 20 – and perhaps as many as 50 – hotels across Britain are being used to house migrants who have made the perilous crossing on small boats across the English Channel.

The accommodation, which includes four-star rated hotels, is part of a £4billion ten-year contract between the Home Office and various outsourcing companies.

The deal is shrouded in secrecy with Government officials refusing to say precisely how many hotels are being used and how many asylum seekers are staying in them.

In Hull, where these photographs were taken outside the Royal Hotel last week, three local MPs and the council have objected to the city being used to accommodate migrants, saying it was 'totally unsuitable for the vulnerable individuals'.

Hull's imposing railway hotel, which hosted Queen Victoria in 1854 and featured in one of Philip Larkin's early poems, is a short walk to the local shisha lounge and the nearest corner shop.

This is the daily routine for many recently arrived migrants who, having travelled from war-torn states, wait as so-called 'boat-chasing' lawyers seek to convince the UK Government they are genuine refugees fleeing persecution and not economic migrants.

Burly security guards wearing face masks prevent casual visitors setting foot inside the Grade II listed hotel, making it clear that asylum-seekers are the only guests. It is likely that they will be staying on Humberside for some time.

The Home Office boasts of returning 'more than 155' migrants since small boat arrivals began in October 2018 – including 14 to France and Germany last week – but that is just a fraction of the more than 4,500 migrants who have arrived so far this year alone.

The migrants in Hull, who were seen clutching what appeared to be official paperwork, have nowhere to go as they must reside at the hotel and are prevented from seeking employment.

Some loitered listlessly in the lobby and surrounding streets, whiling away the hours until their next meal in the restaurant. Such depressing scenes are being repeated at hotels across the country and come amid a growing political storm over the Government's failure to stamp out illegal immigration.

The numbers of migrants illegally entering the UK has more than doubled in the last eight years, from 20,000 to 48,000, while the National Audit Office recently highlighted a staggering 96 per cent jump in asylum seekers living in initial, short-term, accommodation.

The estimated monthly cost to accommodate each of them has also increased by 28 per cent from £437 to £560.

The Channel crisis may have given Home Secretary Priti Patel a headache, but it has provided much-needed revenue for hoteliers, including the Royal Hotel's owner Alex Langsam.

The businessman, who has been dubbed the Asylum King, has already made millions from Home Office contracts to house refugees in budget hotels such as those in his Britannia chain. He entered the Sunday Times Rich List in 2016 with a personal fortune of £220million.

Since then the company's income has continued to rise. At least eight Britannia hotels are understood to be occupied by migrants. Last night, the company declined to comment.

The Novotel hotel chain is also understood to have also reached lucrative agreements with the Home Office to house migrants.

Last week, large groups of young men of North African appearance were seen strolling around outside the Novotel at Newcastle Airport, which boasts a fitness centre and an indoor heated swimming pool.

Washing was also seen hanging from windows. Best Western and Travelodge have also apparently secured deals to provide lodgings and meals for recently arrived asylum seekers.

A spokesperson for Best Western said it 'did not judge' its guests, rather it 'tries to help them'. Trav­el­odge said it could not disclose information about customers due to the Data Protection Act.

The Home Office last night insisted it was working with French authorities to make the crossChannel route unviable and to crack down on organised criminal gangs facilitating these crossings.

Officials added that hotels are only ever a 'temporary measure' and that migrants will be moved to longer term accommodation when it is possible to do so.

A spokesman said: 'The UK has a statutory obligation to provide destitute asylum seekers with accommodation and support whilst their application for asylum is being considered. Any temporary measures are kept under review and we are working with local authorities across the UK to secure the suitable longer term accommodation that is required.'
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Opdat wij niet vergeten dat moslims zielige onderdrukte zielen zijn.

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Eerst zien, en dan geloven. Voorlopig worden de meeste verstekelingen nog keurig opgevangen in 4 sterren hotels.
Verenigd Koninkrijk wordt veel strenger voor migranten

Het Verenigd Koninkrijk wil de mogelijkheid krijgen om visa’s te blokkeren van bezoekers uit landen die weigeren om uitgeprocedeerde asielzoekers of misdadigers terug te laten keren. Zo hopen de Britten een al jaren voortdurend probleem op te lossen. Het plan is onderdeel van een veel groter pakket aan maatregelen die migratie moeten tegengaan.

Het wetsvoorstel dat dinsdag werd gepubliceerd, stelt dat de Britse regering de procedures van aanvragen kan blokkeren bij landen die ’niet samenwerken met de overheid van het Verenigd Koninkrijk in relatie tot het verlaten van het Koninkrijk’ door mensen die er niet rechtmatig zijn.

Ook een optie die in de toekomst op tafel kan liggen: een hogere rekening. Inwoners van landen die weigeren om afgewezen asielzoekers weer toe te laten in eigen land, moeten dan meer betalen voor een visum. Het gaat bijvoorbeeld om landen als Irak, Iran en Eritrea.

Totaal nieuw systeem
De nieuwe wetgeving wordt omschreven als ’de grootste vernieuwing van het Britse asielsysteem in tientallen jaren’, aldus minister Priti Patel.

Enkele grote veranderingen komen eraan. Die houden allemaal een verzwaring van de procedure in. Het wordt dus moeilijker om het Kanaal over te steken. Zo krijgen asielzoekers die illegaal het land inkomen, niet dezelfde status als degene die het legaal doen. Illegale arriveerders kunnen ook het recht op familiehereniging worden ontnomen.

Ook kunnen asielzoekers het land worden uitgezet terwijl hun aanvraag nog loopt. Dat ’opent de deur voor asielprocedures op buitenlandse bodem’, schrijft The Guardian. Het laten doorlopen van asielprocedures terwijl asielzoekers nog elders zijn, is een gedachte waarmee veel staten spelen.

Buitenlandse criminelen die het land worden uitgezet, en toch terugkomen, kunnen voortaan geen maximale celstraf van zes maanden meer krijgen, maar vijf jaar.

Linkse politici en activisten staan op hun achterste benen. Ze noemen de wetgeving ’de anti-vluchtelingenwet’ en stellen dat deze regels de meest zwakken straft. Het Refugee Council heeft uitgerekend dat negenduizend migranten die onder de huidige regels als vluchteling worden geaccepteerd, waarbij bevestigd is dat men bijvoorbeeld voor oorlog vlucht, zouden niet langer onderdak krijgen, omdat ze illegaal het land zijn binnengekomen. Amnesty International spreekt van ’wetgevend vandalisme’ waarbij het ’recht op asiel wordt ondermijnd’.
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UK to introduce draconian punishments for illegal migrants and human smugglers

According to British Home Secretary Priti Patel, the proposal should correct the "dysfunctional asylum

The British government plans to significantly tighten penalties for migrants illegally crossing the English Channel between the United Kingdom and France. Under the new legislation, they could face up to four years in prison. According to the British head of the interior, Priti Patel, who specified the proposal over the weekend, it is an attempt to discourage migrants from illegal crossings and, above all, to correct the "dysfunctional asylum system".

The move by Boris Johnson's conservative government is part of an asylum reform coming to parliament on Tuesday. According to the reform, a punishment of up to four years in prison for illegal migrants is also planned. So far, the maximum period of incarceration has been six months. People smugglers would now face up to life imprisonment, while until this point they could be sentenced for up to fourteen years.

The government presented its plans to tighten the asylum system last year in March. According to Patel's current statement, the new legislation will be "fair but strict." It aims to discourage illegal migration and above all to treat asylum seekers differently, depending on whether they arrived in the country legally or not.

"Instead of peddling deliberately misleading myths and untruths about asylum and migration, the Home Office should be establishing safe routes for those few people escaping persecution who wish to seek asylum here," Amnesty International UK's Refugee and Migrant Rights Director Steve Valdez-Symonds commented on the government's plan.

Since the beginning of 2021, a record number of more than 6,000 migrants has crossed the English Channel. The total number recorded in 2020 reached slightly over 8,000 and could thus be exceeded in the next two months.
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Ze zijn daar echt knettergek in Engeland.

Jihadi bride injured in an allied air attack is given a new arm and a £500,000 council house: Relative reveals Samia Hussein's high-tech prosthetic limb was funded 'by the NHS, definitely'

Hier het verhaal.

A British jihadi bride who lost an arm in an air strike is living in a £500,000 council house and has been fitted with a prosthetic limb, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Spoiler! :
Samia Hussein was injured when coalition forces launched an attack on a weapons store next to her home in the Syrian city of Raqqa, which was under the control of Islamic State.

The 27-year-old, who joined the terror group in 2015, was arrested when she arrived back in Britain in February 2020.

The Metropolitan Police last night said she had not been charged with any offence but remained ‘under investigation’.

It is not known how the artificial arm was funded, but one of Hussein’s relatives said: ‘It’s from the NHS, definitely.’


Hussein, who was born and grew up in London, moved to the Kenyan capital Nairobi in around 2012 to study for her A-levels, living with her stepfather.

She subsequently enrolled on a degree course in journalism at the United States International University in Nairobi in 2014, months after IS declared its caliphate stretching between Syria and Iraq.

She started watching IS propaganda videos with university friends and, according to her own account, was being groomed online by terror chiefs at the same time.

It is understood Hussein left Kenya and entered Syria via Turkey in early 2015. Speaking to independent film-maker Alan Duncan, who has made a three-part documentary about IS, she said she first stayed in a ‘madhafa’, or guesthouse, for IS women in the town of Manbij, which was nicknamed ‘Little London’ because of the large numbers of British jihadis living there.

Newly arrived women were forced to stay in a madhafa until they married an IS man. Hussein said she wed a fighter called Abu Suleiman, who was also known as Abu Maryam, and the couple lived in Manbij for six months before moving to Raqqa.

Following the air strike, she spent seven months in hospital where her arm was amputated. She also lost a breast and suffered severe leg injuries.

Hussein was captured during the battle of Baghouz – the last IS stronghold in Syria – in early 2019 and was detained at the al-Hol prison camp, where she was interviewed by Duncan that May.

Speaking about her time with the terror group, she told him: ‘At that age [20], it was a vulnerable age you’re in, trying to find a purpose in life... I left my career of being a journalist, probably working for Al-Jazeera.

‘It’s sad that for really four years, four years went down the drain… I left everything, thinking I was coming for a better cause.

‘The Islamic State, they take your mind. They show the good side of what they are doing, and you see nothing else at all.’ But Hussein joined IS at a time when the group had already captured thousands of Yazidi women and taken them as sex slaves. Meanwhile, its British executioner Mohamed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John, had beheaded five Western hostages on camera.

Such horrific news was being broadcast on news channels across the world, including Kenya, which Hussein would have seen. When asked about IS’s sickening violence, Hussein said: ‘I didn’t do anything. I played no part in it, OK.’

Hussein said she wanted to leave IS as soon as she entered Syria, but feared she would be killed and was effectively kept against her will.

But when she was asked in the same interview about the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing, which left 22 – mainly children – dead, she described them as ‘victims of war’. Hussein flew back to Britain 18 months ago and was arrested at Heathrow Airport under anti- terrorism laws. She was released shortly after her arrest and has since been free to roam the streets of Britain, despite spending almost five years with IS.

She is living in a new-build council house with members of her family in West London, where similar properties cost between £500,000 and £600,000.

The MoS last week tracked her down to the property where she was seen dressed in modern Western clothes, apart from an Islamic head-dress. No electronic tag was visible, suggesting her movements were not being monitored by the police.

It is understood that Hussein was fitted with the prosthetic arm, which costs around £3,000 and thousands of pounds more in consultants’ fees and physio aftercare, shortly after arriving back in Britain. She received her artificial limb at a time when the NHS was suffering some of the worst backlogs in its history because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Charities supporting amputees said the average waiting time for a new limb was about a month to six weeks before the coronavirus outbreak. But after the pandemic crippled NHS services, waiting times became months long.

When the MoS tried speaking to Hussein at her house last week, a woman came to the door and told our reporter that no such person lived there. Another woman, thought to be Hussein, shouted through the front window: ‘I’ll call the police if you don’t leave – I’ll call the police.’

Neighbours on the street said Hussein lived at the address when shown pictures of her, adding that the family had been living there for the past two years.

A relative of Hussein, who did not want to be named, said she had a prosthetic arm fitted about a year ago, around three months after her return to the UK.

Asked if it had been paid for by a benefactor, he replied: ‘No, no, no, it’s from the NHS, definitely.’

Since her return, he said, Hussein has been undergoing ‘Government education classes’, which is believed to be the Prevent deradicalisation programme that returnees are required to undergo.

The relative added: ‘The Government is involved anyway. So she’s got classes that she signs with them. So they are involved, because she was very young when she was taken [to Syria].

‘She got brainwashed anyway, and they found a way to bring her back. Actually, the British Government brought her back.’

Last night, Tory MP Tom Hunt said: ‘If you went to Syria to join IS, which was and is an avowed enemy of this country, then you have abdicated your British citizenship. You should not be allowed to come back, let alone be put in a council house and given expensive treatments on the NHS.’

Fellow Tory MP Andrew Bridgen added: ‘I just hope this woman has been thoroughly assessed and she does not pose a threat to national security or her neighbours.’ Although Britain has banned former London schoolgirl Shamima Begum from returning to the UK by stripping her of her citizenship, many others have been quietly allowed to return to the country.

Tareena Shakil, 31, a former health worker from Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, was arrested on terrorism charges after returning from Syria and was jailed for six and a half years in 2016. During her time in Syria, she caused outrage back in Britain by posting pictures of her 14-month-old son on social media wearing an IS bandana.

Two other British IS women – identified in court only as C3 and C4 – had their citizenship stripped in November 2019, but won their right to come back here last March, after the High Court restored their UK nationality.

Around 450 British jihadis have returned to the UK from Syria. A BBC investigation last week revealed that of those, only 14 – less than 3 per cent – have been convicted of terror offences.

The Home Office estimates at least 950 British extremists went to join the Syrian jihad.
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Re: Is Engeland al verloren?

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Ariel schreef:
zo aug 01, 2021 12:00 pm
A British jihadi bride who lost an arm in an air strike is living in a £500,000 council house and has been fitted with a prosthetic limb, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Ik vind dat bijzonder grootmoedig. Het zou aardig zijn als de slachtoffers van geweldplegers die in onze landen zijn binnengelaten op eenzelfde soort vergoeding konden rekenen.
Truth sounds like hate to those who hate truth.
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