A Biased BBC reader writes;
“The truth. The BBC seems to hate it. Look at this story about “An extremist in the family”, which will pull on the heartstrings of those feeling sorry for the poor, delicate radical wannabe Islamic terrorists out there waging war, raping, torturing and butchering for fun.
We hear from Nicola Benyahia, painting her son who has gone off to Syria to be pure and angelic, all with a blasé, matter of fact approach to dumping your life and going off to fight for IS. As if to normalise the most deplorable of acts and point fingers at everyone else. Trawling through the puff piece, we here that:
“Nicola had been caught up in the so-called “Trojan Horse” allegations in Birmingham schools whereby it was alleged there had been attempts by some Muslim governors and teachers to impose an austere Islamic ethos on students….Nicola was a governor at one of the schools in the spotlight and says she stuck it out, despite her concerns, because she had wanted a progressive Muslim female voice to be heard.”
That’s interesting. Perhaps I will do what I am sure the BBC hack did; a quick Google search for “Nicola Benyahia”…
According to the BBC
, back in 2014 “the
board of trustees at the centre of the alleged “Trojan Horse” Muslim takeover plot has resigned”.
“Park View Educational Trust chairman Tahir Alam said the decision had been made in the interests of the children.The trust has been in the spotlight since allegations emerged about hardline Muslims trying to extend their influence in schools. It ran Park View Academy, Nansen Primary and Golden Hillock schools in Birmingham……A statement from the trust said three new members, mutually agreed with the Department for Education, would be appointed to replace Mr Alam, Dave Hughes and Nicola Benyahia.”
Right, so the BBC is misreporting its own bloody stories. Let’s go back to today’s story: “Nicola was a governor at one of the schools in the spotlight and says she stuck it out, despite her concerns, because she had wanted a progressive Muslim female voice to be heard.”
Caught up? Stuck it out? Her concerns?
No, no and no! The BBC said she resigned and blamed the whole Trojan Horse scandal on someone else. Now, she is some “progressive Muslim female voice”. What? Now we have this woman, who has resigned after the school in which she was a governor of was caught up in a plan to radicalise children, two years later opining about how it could be possible that her own child was radicalise without a jot of irony, consistency or honesty.
Obviously her “progressive Muslim female voice” didn’t carry much sway with either the school or with her own son.
Whatever. Let’s just blame the PREVENT programme instead…’