Below is an attention grabbing article about a Pakistani teacher preventing children 11-12 years of age from watching footage of the 11 September 2001 attacks on the Twin Towers of New York. Keep in mind that this same school has evolution, sex education and other curriculum. Why would this cupcake of a teacher not prevent them from these social ills? Please also keep in mind the footage of those events is well known and for anyone with access to social media (and those children are of the generation where they know nothing else) are easily available.
Call of Duty, horror movies, colors, Menace II Society and a host of other movies are far more destructive than anything one could see in the 9/11 footage. This same teacher’s assistant warlord boldly proclaimed that
such young children should not been shown things like that because it is well-known that it can play on their minds and even induce them to kill themselves.
What?! So should we stop the re-airing of Jell-O pudding pop commercials? Kids might take that as a message to masturbate or to drug and attack SWF (single white females). And as is normally the case, no evidence is given. Fake whistleblowers aplenty now can say, “It would be too upsetting for the children to see this footage.” These same kids who machine gun cops, bag ladies and listen to loud rap music on GTA, Call of Duty or any of these other games, some of which have ACTUALLY caused panic attacks, seizures and violent behaviour in children.
Look around, Muslims of the Anglosphere. This is the Islam on show for you.
Muslim teacher is suing a school for ‘race discrimination’ after she was sacked for objecting to a video of 9/11 being shown to 11-year-olds
Suriyah Bi was assisting the class at Heartlands Academy in Birmingham
The pupils were shown the horrifying video which was rated for over-18s
Ms Bi said the clip was inappropriate as it could distress the youngsters
She claims she was dismissed after expressing concerns to headteacher
Teaching assistant Suriyah Bi claims she was sacked for objecting to children being shown a clip of the 9/11 attacks
A Muslim teacher is taking legal action against a school over claims she was sacked for objecting to children being shown a video of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Suriyah Bi, 24, lost her job at Heartlands Academy in Birmingham, after just a week of being a teaching assistant in a year seven class there.
She claims that she was shown the door after she complained it was not appropriate for the 11 and 12-year-olds in her class to watch the ‘X-rated’ clip – that showed the horrors of the attacks on World Trade Center in New York, in September 2001.
Ms Bi, an Oxford University Graduate, from Yardley in Birmingham, is now pursuing claims against the school for unfair dismissal and religious discrimination.
The video was not mentioned in detail during the brief preliminary hearing which dealt with technical and legal matters.
But outside the hearing, Ms Bi said: ‘It was shown to some 30 children during class. I understand the video was shown without the permission of the authorities.
‘It raised questions about what safeguards there are in schools to protect children.
‘These were children aged 11, of whom many knew little, or nothing, about the 9/11 horror.
‘They were subjected to graphic scenes and some were shocked and upset. The video not only showed the plane crashing into the Twin Towers but also showed people committing suicide by jumping to their deaths from the tower blocks.
‘Such young children should not been shown things like that because it is well-known that it can play on their minds and even induce them to kill themselves.
Ms Bi, an Oxford University Graduate, from Yardley in Birmingham, is now pursuing claims against Heartlands Academy for unfair dismissal and religious discrimination
Ms Bi said footage of the 9/11 attacks was too upsetting to show the year 7 class she was helping at Heartlands (stock picture of the tragic incident)
‘I was in the classroom when the video was shown and I quickly objected. Later, I was told to leave the school.
‘There was an investigation into the matter but I was dismissed for making a whistle blowing complaint.’
Ms Bi said she believed no action was taken against the teacher who screened the video, but some people regarded the showing as ‘misguided’.
The class had been studying a poem called Out of the Blue, by Simon Armitage, about a victim of the 9/11 terrorist attack. The poem is part of the AQA GCSE syllabus.
E-Act, who run the Heartlands Academy, told the tribunal judge Ron Broughton that the teacher left because she no longer wanted to work for them
E-Act, who run the academy, told the tribunal judge Ron Broughton that the teacher no longer wanted to work for them.
They complained there had been no need for the preliminary hearing and were considering making a claim for costs against Suriyah for causing delays.
Mr Broughton said she could go ahead with her legal claims at a full hearing later this year and he would not consider a claim for costs at this stage.