Hundreds of Muslim parents to take kids out of school in protest against ‘gay lessons’

HUNDREDS of Muslim parents will take their children out of school on Friday to step up their protests against “gay lessons”.

They have accused gay assistant head Andrew Moffat of promoting homosexuality and LGBT issues without their consent.

Fatima Shah, 29, said 'it's wrong, children are being told it’s OK to be gay yet 98 per cent of children at this school are Muslim
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Fatima Shah, 29, said ‘it’s wrong, children are being told it’s OK to be gay yet 98 per cent of children at this school are Muslim[/caption]

Three hundreds kids and parents recently protested outside the gates of the Parkfield Community School in Birmingham waving banners saying “Exploiting Children’s Innocence”.

Mums and dads have been taking their children out of lessons for periods ranging from 20 minutes to an hour to show their opposition to Mr Moffat stance on the curriculum.

But organisers say at least 450 children will be taken out of school for the whole day tomorrow with more school-gates protests planned.

Mr Moffat was awarded the MBE for campaigning against homophobia and has piloted a reading programme called No Outsiders.

It means 470 pupils at the predominantly Muslim school are read stories including Mommy,Mama and Me and King and King.

But some parents say they would rather leave the UK than have their kids taught such lessons.

Mum of three Fatima Shah, 29, said:”It’s totally wrong.Children are being told it’s OK to be gay yet 98 per cent of children at this school are gay.It’s a Muslim community and I have taken my daughters out as have other parents.”

A spokesman for tomorrow’s all day protest said over 450 parents have agreed to join it.

But he added:”We are still canvassing parents and there may be many more involved.”

Mr Moffat was awarded the MBE for campaigning against homophobia and has piloted a reading programme called No Outsiders
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