AL-MADINAH SCHOOL TEACHER QUITS OVER DRESS ROW – Today the Daily Mail ran a personal story on a teacher referred to only as Jane.
Jane’s story centres on the growing issues at Al-Madinah school, an Islamic school which is one of the newest Governments sponsored ‘free schools’.
Read Jane’s full story … Daily Mail
Looking at the photographs we fail to see how anyone could suggest that Jane’s choice of dress is inappropriate.
Jane herself talks about the pride she has for the teaching profession and always turns up for class dressed in a business suit or other very conservative attire – as Jane pointed out her mode of dress promotes respect.
Jane is obviously a person that loves teaching; she has after all made it her life-long profession and from her story there is no question that she finds teaching a highly enjoyable and rewarding occupation.
As you no doubt read in the original article, the schools administrators felt her ‘mode of dress’ was inappropriate and ordered her to cover up her hair and ensure that no flesh was visible; apart from her hands, feet and face.
It is of little surprise why Jane was so distraught and why she felt that such a request was not only insensitive, it was extremely bigoted.
Yes, we do live in a racist and bigoted society and yet, despite the cause being produced by the ever growing indoctrination of political correctness, Britain appears to be creating more of it on a daily basis in order to silence the masses.
Yes it’s perfectly acceptable for the Islamic Muslim communities to dictate to others what our mode of dress should be, or that we are vile pigs for living a life that is not in accordance with the Koran, but lord forbid anyone speaking out against the Muslims for this would be nothing short of bigotry and racism.
We are continuously fed the lie that we live in a multicultural cohesive community – that is merely pure fabrication for anyone with a modicum of sensibility is able to determine that the cultural divide in Britain is cavernous.
It is of course feasible to create a multicultural cohesive community but this would require adaptation on part of the hosts – that is Muslims and other ethnic groups would have to adopt the British culture, including accepting and appreciating the fact that Britain is predominantly a Christian country.
As we have witnessed, the British Government has bent over backwards to accommodate Muslims, their culture and their religious belief – the number of Mosques is testament to that fact. However what have the British received in return?
The answer to that question is clear when you read articles about people like Jane, when you walk through certain areas of the UK and notice posters that declare an area under Sharia law and when we are forced to almost adopt their culture.
Stop and ask yourself how far you would get if you lived in Saudi Arabia and pasted posters on walls and lamp posts declaring the area ‘English Law’ – do you honestly think the Saudi Government would accept such a practice?
It is no secret that Christian Churches are forbidden in many parts of the Middle East and yet it would be easy to point the finger and call the Muslims racists and bigots – the truth is that they are neither, but rather have the ability and moral strength to deter any dilution of their national or religious identity whereas the British is so indoctrinated with the ideology that we must be politically correct we are now willing to allow ourselves to be overrun and slowly but surely eradicated.
Look closely at any Muslim demonstration; they know how to play our ideologies against us with open calls for Islamic rule and Sharia law whilst we stand back and watch with the acknowledgment that we are shackled by the indoctrination of political correctness that now forbids us from speaking out – even thinking about protesting would have you labeled a racist or a bigot.
Yes, this article will be deemed racist and bigoted, but it will be done so by those who cannot think beyond their own desires of simply giving up our national identity; for doing nothing is so much easier than making a stand.
Racism and bigotry, for the best part, is merely rhetoric but currently highly effective rhetoric in keeping the masses silence.
Whilst this article will most likely receive admonishment for being racist and bigoted we wonder whether the case of Jane will be subjected to the same vehement defence of Jane’s rights and ridicule for the Islamic Administrators imposing a dress code that is clearly racist and bigoted.