‘Trojan Horse’ leaders for Islamic regime back in schools

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(DAILYMAIL) — Two teachers banned from teaching after being named as ringleaders in the ‘Trojan horse’ education scandal have returned to the classroom.

Tahir Alam and Razwan Faraz were part of the ‘Park View Brotherhood’ of teachers, which exchanged some 3,000 messages in a WhatsApp group, including offensive comments about British soldiers, the Boston Marathon bombings and the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.

Mr Faraz, a former deputy headteacher of the Trojan-horse linked Nansen Primary School, is under an interim teaching ban, while Mr Alam was banned from any involvement with schools by the Department for Education (DfE).

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