Via Daily Mail:
A Birmingham school at the heart of an alleged Islamist plot to take over state institutions allowed students to express ‘positive views’ about terrorism, it has been claimed.
Park View School in Alum Rock, which is under investigation over the ‘Trojan Horse’ plot, allegedly failed to challenge children’s opinions about the 7/7 and 9/11 atrocities due to ‘cultural sensitivity’.
It also reportedly advised staff not to bring soldiers into the school for visits, while one employee allegedly spoke of wanting an ‘Islamic state’, according to the British Humanist Association.
The allegations were made by ‘several’ of the maths and science academy’s former employees, who have only recently chosen to make them public, said the Association.