Frightened teachers at a Sydney primary school have revealed Muslim students are showing signs of extreme radicalization at a very young age – 5th grade – saying they have been traumatized by threats of beheadings and other violent behavior from these Muslim students.
Daily Telegraph (h/t Susan K) documents reveal how frightened teachers at Punchbowl Public School have resorted to making formal complaints over fears of religious violence inside the classroom. It’s also understood at least three teachers have taken stress leave, received counselling or been paid compensation because of bullying from Islamic students.
The primary school is a feeder facility to Punchbowl Boys High, which has been at the centre of a political storm after former principal and Islam-convert Chris Griffiths was sacked when he refused to implement the state government’s deradicalization program.
In an August 2014 incident, an official complaint from a teacher obtained by The Daily Telegraph says two students were kicked out of class for being “repeatedly uncooperative and disruptive”. They were placed in “time out” where they “began audibly chanting the Koran in Arabic”. The concerned teacher says they “could give no explanation of their behaviour”.
In an October 2014 incident a teacher describes how a student was being bullied when his peers told him he was “betraying his religion” by “not going to Muslim scripture”. An earlier incident that year says a “group of boys stood around a girl and called her horrible (in Islam) names like dog”…