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UK: Islamic boarding school fails inspection after book calling for gays to be killed found in its library

British officials are surprised at this? What did they expect?

A hadith depicts Muhammad specifying the punishment for homosexual activity: “The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, ‘Whoever you find doing the action of the people of Loot, execute the one who does it and the one to whom it is done.’” (Sunan Abu Dawud 4462)

British officials should be surprised when Islamic schools don’t offer materials in line with such teachings. The willful ignorance of those authorities will soon be the death of Britain as a free society.

“Independent Islamic boarding school in Yorkshire fails its Ofsted inspection after book calling for gay people to be executed was found in its library,” by Katie Weston and Tom Pyman, MailOnline, July 21, 2021:

An independent Muslim boarding school has failed its Ofsted inspection after a book calling for gay people to be killed was found in its library.

Inspectors said the text, named ‘Islam on Homosexuality’, had been stamped as a library book by the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

Ofsted stated in its report that the book included ‘sections on punishment of individuals because of their sexuality and views which contradict the rule of law’.

Pointing towards examples, the government department referred to wording in the text which said that ‘participants of the homosexual act should be slained (sic) whether they are married or unmarried’.

It also mentioned a paragraph entitled ‘putting to death’, which included a statement saying that ‘the evil doers should be put to death’.

When questioned about the book, the headteacher said it should not be within the school’s library, but other leaders stated that it was for ‘research’ purposes, according to the report….

It is not the first time the school has attracted controversy, either, after an investigation in 2016 found pupils were forbidden from watching TV, listening to music or reading newspapers.

Before that, it made headlines for achieving a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating, despite policies banning students from ‘socialising with outsiders’, which would then lead to ‘expulsion if there is no improvement after cautioning’….

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