Tuesday, 22 February 2011

More Tolerance From The Religion Of Peace

Four men have attacked a teacher with Stanley knives, iron bars and a block of cement, leaving him with a fractured skull and facial scaring, because they did not approve of him teaching Muslim girls about religions other than Islam.

Where did this happen? I hear you ask. Some third-world Islamic shit-hole, Afghanistan perhaps?

No, don't be silly, the teacher is head of religious education at the Central Foundation Girls' School in Bow, east London.
Secret recordings, made by detectives, captured the gang condemning Gary Smith for 'teaching other religions to their Muslim sisters'.

Don't you go and judge them by their actions though, you'll only be accused of misunderstanding Islam.

H/T - Quiet Man



banned said...

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"Detectives made secret recordings of the gang's plot to attack Mr Smith prior to the brutal assault."... Well, glad to hear he was protected by the police then...(!)
- Karen, Kent, 21/2/2011 18:38

A psychiatrist might suggest that attacks such as these illustrate that Islamists are actually very insecure and believe that a passing reference to other faiths might induce their children to apostasy.
In the same way that Saudi Arabia forbids archaeology within that kingdom for fear that digging up a few old graves might turn believers toward idol worship and poleithism.

Groompy Tom said...

Police protection for the teacher?
Come off it, where would they get the man-power for that? They've got their hands full providing round-the-clock protection for future suicide bombers, poppy burners and my old mate Anjem Choudary.

Do they really forbid archaeology in Saudi Arabia? Just when you think they can't get any more nuts, eh?

banned said...

Yes they do, which as I suggest, smacks of insecurity.

Groompy Tom said...

Just like the Christian landowners in Britain doing away with dinosaur fossils found on their land. Now what would Indiana Jones say? Oh that's it; "that belongs in a museum!"

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