Trojan horse teacher called gays ‘animals’

A deputy head teacher who said that gay people should be eradicated has lost his latest attempt to get his job back.

Razwan Faraz’s claim for unfair dismissal has been thrown out by an employment judge. Mr Faraz had alleged that he was the victim of religious discrimination when he was sacked for making homophobic comments.

Mr Faraz, 38, worked at the multi-faith Nansen Primary School, which became embroiled in the Trojan horse scandal when an alleged plot by a group of conservative Muslims to take over several Birmingham schools and impose an Islamist ethos was laid out in an anonymous letter.

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3 thoughts on “Trojan horse teacher called gays ‘animals’

  1. If he was a qualified teacher The National College for Teaching and Leadership will follow this through and is more than likely to ban him from teaching.

    Free schools and academies follow their own rules for recruitment and selection so they fell down there. Was he qualified?


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