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Warning in the UK for Muhammad’s cartoon shown in class

Warning in the UK for Muhammad’s cartoon shown in class

UK Minister of Housing, Communities and Local Government, Robert Genrick, Expressed concern over protests against a British teacher who showed a cartoon of the Prophet during a lesson Muhammad.

The previous day, several representatives of the Muslim community had gathered outside a school in the town of Badley, and the education center asked students to shoot the teacher for showing a cartoon of the Prophet, probably a French newspaper. Charlie Hebdo.

“That’s wrong, teachers and school staff should not be intimidated. Reports that the teacher may be missing are worrying. This is not the way we want to follow in that country.”Generic announced.

In light of what happened, the school principal, Gary Kibble, Issued a public apology, assuring that the professor would sympathize with himself.

“We have immediately stopped teaching that part of the (religious) lesson and are exploring how we can continue with the support of all communities in the school. Minorities should know their religions, but in a clear and respectful way.”Gary Gibble said in a statement.

He noted that the professor would be suspended from office when an inquiry is held into what happened.

On October 16, 2020, in the Comflans-Saint-Honor commune in northwest Paris, 47-year-old high school teacher Samuel Patti was beheaded by a terrorist who showed cartoons of the Prophet from Charlie Hebdo magazine, a class dedicated to freedom of expression.

The murder came after a Muslim father of a student publicly accused the teacher, invited other parents to join the struggle at the educational institution and lodged a complaint with the police.

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In 2021, the student admitted that he was not in the class in question because he was suspended from the course.

Comments from Europe against Islam

Archbishop Jerome of Athens in an interview on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the beginning of the National Liberation Revolution in Greece Islam is not a religion, it is a political ideology.

As a result of the revolution that erupted in 1821, Greece broke the 400-year-old yoke of the Ottoman Empire and created an independent state.

“Islam is not a religion, it is a political aspiration and a party, followers of war and expansion, which are the hallmarks of Islam according to the doctrine of Muhammad.”Geranimo pointed out in an interview with the TV channel Open TV.

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