Muslim father is jailed for 27 months for attacking headmaster and racially abusing teachers in row over school ban on beards

A Muslim father has today been jailed for more than two years and branded a ‘bully’ after he stormed into a Catholic school and abused a head teacher over a religious row about beards.

Mohammad Liaqat also shoulder barged a headmaster at another school in a racist tirade in front of parents, who were picking up their children.

The first incident happened at Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School in Accrington, after two 14-year-old Muslim pupils were banned from lessons for refusing to shave off their beards.
Liaqat, 34, was angered by the decision, despite his children not actually being involved in the case and the matter had also been resolved.

During the rampage he hurled insults at white teachers…

  • He could only have thought of this because Britain has become a weak shell of itself.

    • The Butterfly

      But what about all the great penetrative offences?

      • I guess we just have to take it one day at a time…. or something.

  • tom_billesley

    I don’t know why he’s billed as “muslim father” when his kids don’t go to the schools he invaded.

  • P_F

    “After talks with governors at Mount Carmel, the pair who refused to remove their facial hair had their ban rescinded as the teenagers were studying a Hafiz education programme at their local mosque. The practice is when Muslim men memorise the Qur’an. Headteacher, Xavier Bowers, said his school worked hard to maintain community cohesion.”
    In other words; “we are cowards & have surrendered our morals & ethics to mohammedan savages, in the name of ‘community chesion’.”

  • roccolore

    Is the Muslim still playing the victim?

  • Alain

    For the life of me I fail to understand why any Catholic or Christian school would accept Muslim students. They are looking for trouble by doing so.

    • Frances

      Agreed. Don’t think a child is accepted into a local RC school unless said child has been baptised RC or at least the parents were married in an RC ceremony.

      • Alain

        You would think they would require that the child at least be Christian whatever the denomination.