Gay Birmingham teacher resigns after parents complained that they did not want him to teach their children

Andrew Moffat stepped down after a group of ‘mainly Muslim’ parents complained

A gay assistant head teacher has reportedly resigned after parents complained that they did not want their children to “learn that it’s OK to be gay”.

Andrew Moffat, author of Challenging Homophobia in Primary Schools, was targeted by a group of mainly Muslim parents in the dispute at Chilwell Croft Academy, in Birmingham, The Sunday Times reported.

Mr Moffat, who resigned from his post in December and will leave the primary school this month, said some Christian parents had also complained.

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Christian militias take bloody revenge on Muslims in Central African Republic

Children are reportedly targeted by Christian anti-balaka gangs set up in wake of attacks by Muslim Seleka rebels

They brought in the bodies one by one, laying them down on a white sheet concealed behind a flimsy black curtain. Among them was a man, probably in his 20s, his head twisted leftward, the skull dented on one side and cracked open on the other. The others also had fatal head injuries that stained the sheet crimson. The first flies began settling on the five corpses.

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Fitnah: women’s liberation website

Website here.

According to religions, Islam and Islamic states, women are seen to be the source of fitnah or affliction.

Fitnah – Movement for Women’s Liberation is a protest movement demanding freedom, equality, and secularism and calling for an end to misogynist cultural, religious and moral laws and customs, compulsory veiling, sex apartheid, sex trafficking, and violence against women.

We remind the Islamic regime of Iran and Islamists everywhere that the women’s liberation movement is a source of fitnah for their rule alone.

Couple sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan

A man who is paralysed waist down and his wife were sentenced to death on charges of blasphemy by a sessions court on Friday in Toba Tek Singh in Punjab province. Shafqat Masih, 38 and his wife Shagufta, 42, who works in a church school were accused of sending text messages against the Holy Prophet last July and a case was filed against them by a lawyer and a cleric. Farrukh H Saif, executive director, World Vision in Progress which is defending them, told The Hindu on the phone that the organisation was looking after the couple’s four children, three sons and a daughter between the ages of 12 and 6.

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Teenage Bloggers in Bangladesh Arrested For ‘Blasphemous’ Facebook Posts

After they were attacked and beaten by a mob, two teenage bloggers were arrested for allegedly posting “derogatory comments against Islam and Prophet Mohammad” on their Facebook accounts, according to Bangladesh’s English daily Dhaka Tribune.

Fellow bloggers allege that an Islamist student organization distributed false propaganda material which rallied the mob against the two bloggers and led to their arrest. The mainstream media has largely refrained from reporting this story.

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British woman Roya Nobakht could be executed in Iran after ‘insulting Islam’ on Facebook

Roya Saberi Negad Nobakht’s husband said that she had only been charged after a confession was extracted from her ‘under duress’

A British woman has been locked up in Iran for five months after posting derogatory comments about the country’s government on Facebook and fears she will be executed, her husband has said.

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