UK officials praise Islamic school that banned “socialising with outsiders”
“The Islamic Institute of Education provides a good quality of education and meets its stated aims very well.” This is yet another indication of the painfully obvious fact that British authorities haven’t the faintest idea of what they are dealing with in the jihad threat, and have just as little idea of what to do about it.
“Faith School Bans Pupils From Meeting ‘Outsiders,’” by Gerard Tubb, Sky News, July 25, 2015:
A Muslim boarding school has been rated “good” by Ofsted, despite threatening to expel students if they mix with other children.
The Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury was praised by the education watchdog despite its pupils being taught not to speak to the media and being banned from watching TV, listening to the radio or reading newspapers.
Last week David Cameron criticised some faith schools in a speech on extremism, saying that improving integration was part of the “the struggle of our generation”.
The Prime Minister promised a counter-extremism bill in the autumn to tackle what he called “intolerant ideas which create a climate in which extremists can flourish”.
In its most recent inspection report Ofsted specifically praised the Dewsbury school for preparing its pupils to cater for the changing needs of British Muslims.
“The Islamic Institute of Education provides a good quality of education and meets its stated aims very well,” it said.
The school is housed in Dewsbury’s Markazi Mosque compound and run by the Tablighi Jamaat sect, which imposes a strict Sharia code on students.
The school has no website, but Sky News obtained copies of documents given to parents which state that students “socialising with outsiders… will be expelled if there is no improvement after cautioning.”
The school’s Pupil and Parent Handbook contains a Sharia section which lists “Items that are prohibited in Islam… such as portable televisions, cameras, etc”.
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