Apr 6 2015
UK: Foaming-at-the-mouth Muslim father found guilty of assaulting and racially abusing teacher at Catholic school who banned Muslim students from having beards
Outraged Islamofascist Mohammad Liaqat assaulted head teacher and vented his rage at white teachers at Mt. Carmel Roman Catholic School staff after two Muslim students were barred from attending lessons for refusing to shave off their beards.
Yes, this begs the question: Why are Muslim students allowed to attend Catholic school in the UK in the first place?
UK Mirror (h/t David Y) Outraged Mohammad Liaqat vented a stream of abuse at school staff in front of shocked parents and pupils after Mount Carmel RC High School in Accrington, Lancashire, made the ruling on facial hair as part of its dress code. The dad, 34, became so incensed that he launched a ‘racist tirade’ at white members of staff, police said. Although Liaqat has a child at the school he was not directly affected by the case.
After he was arrested, Liaqat was told to keep away from the school but instead went to nearby St Oswald’s RC Primary School, where another of his children is a pupil, and began using abusive language again. When headteacher Jeff Brown asked him to move on, Liaqat shoulder-barged into him, a court heard.
Liaqat was found guilty of racially-aggravated behaviour and assault by beating following a three-day trial at Burnley Crown Court. He was remanded into custody and will be sentenced in June.
Mount Carmel RC High School said the pupils had been asked to shave off their beards as they contravened the school’s dress code. The 14-year-olds wanted to keep their facial hair for religious reasons.
After being taught in isolation for breaking the school rules, Mount Carmel governors later decided boys would be allowed to grow a beard as a sign of their faith as long as they had started a Hafiz programme of study at their mosque. uk-catholic-school-does-u-turn-after-insisting-two-14-year-old-muslim-boys-shave-off-beards-to-comply-with-dress-code
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