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    A couple are one of each, two of the same are a pair....marriage is the happy couple not the happy pair....

    If homosexuals want to marry in Church then start their own religion or break away and build or buy a Church to suite, don't mix the two, it's male and female that have kids to keep the human race going it's been like that since time began, I have no problem with the homosexuals doing what's right for them, but don't let them bully you into their's is the divine right, man and woman have that title for both being equipped to have Children, with out one or the other there's no kids, for married homosexuals to have children they either have to adopt, the other way is for one of them to commit adultery, which is not in the marriage vows we say, or can they be altered to suite homosexuals?....

    The European Union are trying to GAG free speech because it interferers with their planned domination of this Country and the rest of Europe, in Sweden it's already began, it's against the Law to quote the bad things about killing kuffars in the Quar'an even though it's all true....wake up British Natives, a couple of decades down the line you'll be frog marched down the Mosque, and we all know what Islam thinks about Homosexuals and how they dish out their Sharia Law on them and us the Kuffars....(non-beli

    evers) Peace....
    What about the homosexuals among the "British Natives", should they wake up too, or are you only addressing those with racist or homophobic views?
    Read the post correctly, Liberal Elitist race card holder, don't like anyone saying anything about your sexual preference's, sorry to disappoint, not everybody agree's with the rights of homosexuals, the law shuts up debate as your aware, again Islam is NOT a race numpty, go and practice homosexuality in Saudi Arabia, cossy up to your Asian friends tell them your an homosexual see how they distance them selves from you, you need to stop reading your Guardian the worlds not all fair and happy...
    How can you expect anyone to read your posts correctly if you aren't capable of writing coherently?
    This should cover a few of your name calling posts, tell me after reading this post, that's if you can understand it, what would you CALL these people.

    The head of an Islamic faith school says he will challenge an Ofsted report written by inspectors who asked nine-year-old students to define homosexuality.

    Enraged parents at Olive Tree Primary School, Bury Park Road, threatened to take their children out of the independent school on Thursday after the Ofsted representatives admitted to questioning a group of nine and ten-year-old pupils on their understanding of homosexuality and gay marriage.

    The schools watchdog has said that the session was designed to gauge tolerance at the school and its pupils, though parents have said that the incident “unduly sexualised” their children.

    Islam forbids homosexuality and Olive Tree does not teach sexual education.

    After being confronted during a planned meeting with parents on Thursday, inspectors agreed to leave the school and say they have information to complete a report– despite completing just two of the four days they were to spend there.

    Headteacher Abdul Qadeer Baksh told Luton News that he would reject and challenge the report, given the short stay of inspectors.

    He said: “I told them that they had more than a day and a half still to complete with plenty left to see at the school but they told me they had enough.

    “The report will not be accurate, I asked them to come back another time but they will not.

    “It will be half-baked and I will challenge it. I will not accept it.”

    Mr Baksh revealed that more than 20 parents called him on Wednesday evening, while many more called during the meeting with inspectors on Thursday.

    He said: “Children went home and told their parents about it, I didn’t know that this had happened until I started getting calls about it.

    “Parents told the inspectors that it was discrimination and it encroached on their rights.

    “They did not advise me that they would ask these questions and the parents were really outraged by this.”

    “These are only primary school children and as it is a faith school it is not compulsory for us to teach sexual education.

    “From my perspective as head, this happened during SATs exam week and it was in best interests that the children sat those exams without distractions.”

    Farasat Latif, parent and chair of the school’s trust, said that the questions asked by inspectors “unduly sexualised” pupils.

    He added: “We took statements from children and most of them said that they were asked to explain what the word gay means, also what they think of gay people.

    “Two girls said they felt uncomfortable and were pressurised to answer the question.

    “Another boy said he knew what it meant but did not want to talk about it, most said that it was quite persistent and they felt interrogated.

    “Thankfully my girl was not in the group selected but parents have said that their children came home and asked them what being gay meant.

    “These are children, we do not expose them to sexual things or anything of a violent nature.”

    Mr Latif has collated the children’s accounts of the incident and will seek legal advice.

    He said: “The whole school was up in arms.

    “What gives them the right to come into the school and ride roughshod over a curriculum which does not teach sexual education?

    “We wanted an apology for asking the questions but they would not give us one.

    “Tolerance can be gauged by asking about gender, disability, races, any number of different things.”

    An Ofsted spokeswoman told Luton News that “sufficient evidence was gathered to complete the inspection.”

    She added: “The Independent School Standards, published by the Department for Education, set out that schools have a duty to teach pupils tolerance of different groups within society.

    “As part of any school inspection, inspectors will ask pupils about the effectiveness of the school’s actions to prevent and tackle discriminatory and derogatory language – this includes homophobic and racist language.”.

    So what name do you have for this school?....these are Colonisers telling Ofsted what they want, Ofsted is telling them what Government need to do by Law as Ofsted do to all other schools...."
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Marriage worry

First published in Letters

MANY believe the dust has now settled over same-sex marriages. The issue is still much alive, especially as we approach the European elections.

At present, those who believe that true marriage can only be between a man and a woman, at least have the freedom to say so. However, there are forces of darkness at work within the EU which would like to see this freedom taken away.

The EU is pushing for what is called an equal treatment directive which would give it a greater say in British discrimination law, by introducing a new harassment law.

This could strip away the safeguards our country has in place, with grave implications for freedom of speech and freedom of conscience.

So a legitimate question to be asking candidates is would you defend the freedom to stand for traditional marriage, and would you oppose any form of an equal treatment directive?

For details about the likely implications of such new legislation, visit the Coalition for Marriage website at:

RH Ashton Woodland Place Caerphilly

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