A United Kingdom-based Muslim instructor has chosen to prosecute a Birmingham school over what she claims was 'racial separation' and an 'unjustifiable dismissal'.
Suriyah Bi, 24, who had been a teaching assistant for an only a week, asserted she was let go from Heartlands Academy in Birmingham after she guaranteed it was not suitable for grade seven students (11 and 12-year olds) to watch a 'X-rated’ clip – that demonstrated the abhorrence of the assaults on World Trade Center in September 2001.
Bi, an Oxford graduate on from Birmingham, has drawn closer the court against the school on religious segregation and uncalled for release. She said that it brought up issues in regards to what shields there are in schools to secure youngsters.
She further said that they were subjected to realistic scenes and some were stunned and irritate. The video not just demonstrated the plane colliding with the Twin Towers additionally indicated individuals submitting suicide by bouncing to their passing’s from the tower squares.
She said that such young children ought not to be indicated things like that since it is notable that it can play on their brains and even instigate them to execute themselves. She claimed she questioned when the video was appeared to the understudies, not long after which she was requested that leave the school.
As indicated by Bi, no action was made against the instructor who was in charge of screening the video in the classroom.