The Islamic Tarbiyah Academy in Dewsbury, which has 140 students, has been accused of teaching radical forms of Islam.
According to The Daily Mail, the private Muslim school is now being investigated by the government.
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Sky News found during an investigation that the school's founder, Mufti Zubair Dudha, had compiled a leaflet which quotes the Protocols of Zion. Daily Mail describes it as 'an anti-Semitic document that claims Jews are engaged in a global conspiracy'.
The cleric said that films, magazines and celebrities are part of the conspiracy to ‘poison the minds’ of young Muslims. Other leaflets claimed that mixed-sex institutions are evil. It also told Muslims not to adopt to British customs.
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Women are instructed by other leaflets not to work.
When questioned by Sky News about the leaflets, Dudha said, “It saddens me greatly that certain extracts from our publications have been taken and misrepresented to link the Academy with extremism. We fully believe in the importance and need of integration whilst being able to practise our faith.”
Keith Vaz, who chairs the Home Affairs Select Committee, took the leaflets at face value. “These kinds of leaflets serve no purpose but to divide in a poisonous and totally reckless way,” he said.