Muslim leader claims authorities have been ‘turning a blind eye’ to radicalised students at Punchbowl Boys High School for ‘years’

A prominent Muslim community leader claimed extremism has been a problem at Punchbowl Boys High School for at least six years.

Jamal Daoud said he heard concerns about radicalisation at the Sydney public school since 2011, and the NSW Government should have acted years ago.

‘It’s been going on for years,’ he claimed.

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