The Evening Standard gives us an insight into Saudi-financed 'education' establishments in Dar al Harb (the Land of War, i.e. the West). It tells us that a "prestigious Islamic school" (is that an oxymoron?) in London, funded and controlled by the Saudi government, was eventually forced to shred 2,000 textbooks used to 'poison pupils' minds with lessons of hate'.
Colin Cook, a former teacher said, pupils as young as five were being taught by rote from Arabic textbooks describing Jews as "monkeys" and Christians as "pigs". (Mmmm... - I thought it was the other way around. Must recheck the sacred texts). Mr Cook said that when he exposed the racist teaching, the school's head Dr Sumaya Alyusuf lied on television, insisting that hateful passages had never been taught. That's called taqqiya, Colin. Lying to the kuffir is no sin.
Its 1,250 pupils have included the five children of jailed claw-handed cleric Abu Hamza and those of Abu Qatada, who was said to be Osama Bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe.
Mr Cook, 58, said that when he queried how the preachers could be paying school fees when they were said to be on state benefits, he was told to mind his own business.
Mr Cook said the Ofsted inspection in March 2006 failed to identify major issues including parental complaints, unqualified teachers and indiscipline. Now isn't that amazing? I thought the inspectors would have gone through the place like a dose of salts.
He says he was sacked on trumped-up grounds in 2006 after he blew the whistle on the school for covering up cheating by pupils in a GCSE exam. "In any normal workplace, an employee would not be sacked for whistle-blowing or indeed treated as a second-class citizen for not being Saudi Arabian," he said.
"However, as the head of human resources put it, 'This is not England. It is Saudi Arabia'."
Well,,,, not quite yet. But give them time. Give them time.