Notice, it wasn’t just ONE kid, either.
Remember, these are the poor, helpless children we were supposed to welcome into our neighborhoods and schools… all in the name of compassion.
A former teacher at the school, who only wanted to be identified as Mrs A, told the Telegraph that Muslim students made death threats towards her.
She said she left the public education system after Year 5 children, aged ten and 11, threatened to kill her and her family.
The mother-of-two claims that several complaints she made to the Department of Education were ignored. — DailyMail
Meanwhile in Australia…
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) May 9, 2017
Documents given to the newspaper allege that three staff members have taken a leave of absence owing to stress, received counselling and been awarded compensation after bullying from Islamic students.
One female teacher reportedly quit her job after it got too much for her. She claims she quit after receiving death threats to her family from her year 5 and 6 students, with some saying they would behead her.
The teacher also said she made numerous complaints back in 2014 about the extraordinary behavior in the class. For example, she said, she was abused by students after she stopped them from hanging a Syrian flag in the classroom.
In another example, she claimed she was pushed into a corner by students who began marching around her chanting the Koran.
The bullying wasn’t restricted to teachers. The woman also reported an incident where children bullied other students by saying that someone had “betrayed his religion” by “not going to Muslim scripture”. In another incident, she said a “group of boys had stood around a girl and called her horrible names like dog”.
The region’s education department didn’t deny any teachers received a compensation. However, they insisted they weren’t aware of any instances of religious-related violence at the school.
It isn’t the first time that school system made the news, either:
Mrs A believes the lack of discipline at the primary school encouraged extremist behaviour, which only worsened when the children reached high school.
The primary school’s students often go on to Punchbowl Boys High School – which made headlines after its principal Chris Griffith, a convert to Islam, was stood down after he refused to implement the state government’s de-radicalisation programme. –DailyMail
‘Islamophobia’ It’s one of the worst derogatory labels one can be called right now. It can ruin someone socially or even in the business world.
But again and again, stories of ACTUAL risks of violence associated with ONE specific group with a specific shared religiopolitical ideology keeps surfacing.
At what point does protecting our citizens mean we take a legitimate interest into what’s behind that connection?