UK: Problems of Muslim Trojan Horse scandal ‘have not gone away’ – Intimidation & Death Threats Continue

Teachers are receiving death threats and dead animals are being left outside schools as part of a renewed intimidation campaign in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal, it was claimed yesterday.

Heads said schools in Birmingham are being targeted by suspected Islamic hardliners who oppose tough new measures to clamp down on radicalisation in the classroom.

Speaking at the annual conference of the National Association of Head Teachers in Liverpool, school leaders said ‘fear and intimidation is still prevalent’ for teachers who have spoken out over the affair.

One head said she had received death threats from suspected hardliners on Facebook for trying to stop homophobic bullying.