In an unnerving report, the BBC revealed Monday that brutal Sharia law, anti-Antisemitism and homophobia are currently being taught across Britain to about 5,000 Muslim school children. These weekend school sessions include textbooks that teach about "gays being executed, how Jews turn into pigs and apes, and information on how to chop off hands or feet of thieves."
According to the BBC's Panorama program, Muslim children aged 6 to 18 attend more than 40 weekend schools across Britain are taught Sharia law, including how non-believers die in what they describe as "hellfire" and teach children that Zionists want to establish world domination for Jews.
The Daily Mail reports:
The Panorama investigation identified a book for 15-year-olds being used in the classes which teaches about Sharia law and its punishments.
It says: ‘For thieves their hands will be cut off for a first offence, and their foot for a subsequent offence.’
There are diagrams showing children where cuts must be made. One passage says: ‘The specified punishment of the thief is cutting off his right hand at the wrist. Then it is cauterised to prevent him from bleeding to death.’
For acts of ‘sodomy’, children are told that the penalty is death and it states a difference of opinion whether this should be done by stoning, or burning with fire, or throwing over a cliff. ...
The text books for 15-year-olds revive the so-called ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’, which teach that Zionists want to establish world domination for Jews.
The Saudi text books instruct pupils: ‘The Jews have tried to deny them (the Protocols) but there are many proofs of their veracity and their origin among the elders of Zion.’
The text books say the ‘main goal’ of the ‘Zionist movement’ is ‘for the Jews to have control over the world and its resources’ which, the book allege, Zionists seek to achieve partly by ‘inciting rancour and rivalry among the great powers so that they fight one another.’
These weekend schools are not inspected by Ofsted, Britain's equivalent to the Department of Education and the Saudi ambassador to the UK said the schools' teachings were not endorsed by the Saudi embassy.
Education Minister Michael Grove told Panorama that he has no desire to intervene with Saudi as a sovereign country but stressed that anti-Semitic material being taught to children is not acceptable.