[Left: Birmingham's Lib/Dem John Hemming. How deeply does John Hemming love Islam and Muslims? As deep as n- Muslim votes - that's how deeply.]
An Islamic school at the centre of a documentary row will close tomorrow amid safety fears.
Teachers at the Darul Uloom Islamic High School, in Small Heath, Birmingham, have held meetings with police chiefs and fear that youngsters could be targeted by the far-Right. [Yes, turn everyone's attention to the fictional 'far right'. That is, use the tried and tested Muslim technique of painting Islam - or Muslims - as the victim. Always the victim - from Gaza to Birmingham. Yet so many Muslims are actually the aggressors - the criminal in politics and social life generally. How the hell do they pull this example of pure taqiyya off? With leftist and left-liberal help - that's how.]
They have provided a letter which shows that he was expelled for his views last August - five months before the school was made aware of the tapes by producers.
Fears: Mujahid Aziz of the Darul Uloom Islamic High School & College in Birmingham has brought half term forward after meetings with police:
The 11-year-olds are then told not to trust more liberal Muslims.
Their teacher said: 'The person who's got less than a fistful of beard, then you should stay away from him the same way you should stay away from a serpent or a snake.'
Another group of pupils are told in an assembly at the school: 'The disbelievers, they are the worst of all people. The Hindus do, they drink piss, I've told you this. Do they have any intellect? No.'
Birmingham MP John Hemming (Lib Dem, Yardley) said Channel 4's portrayal of the school was irresponsible.
'If Channel 4 thinks this is a school where racism and intolerance is accepted in any way, they have got their facts seriously wrong,' he said.
Mr Hemming was backed by Yann Lovelock, a Buddhist who sits on the executive board of Birmingham Interfaith Council.
'As far as I can see, they do everything they can to promote tolerance and understanding and I am happy to work with them.'
A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: 'Limited details are known as to what the filming will show.
A spokesman for Channel 4 said: 'This investigation, which i s clearly in the public interest, shows secret footage of numerous adults on different occasions teaching pupils as young as 11 years of age contempt for other religions and wider society.
'We stand by our investigation and think the programme speaks for itself.'