Head Targeted in Extremist School Plot


Balwant Bains Ousted by “Governors”

An ex head teacher at a Birmingham based school was ousted from his job after an “opposing Muslim governor planned to scrap sex education and allow only Halal food.”


Balwant Bains, was repeatedly undermined when his decisions were constantly being overturned. A source for the Birmingham Mail claims that the ex head teacher of Saltley School was “bullied and intimidated” after clashing with the school’s governing body which ultimately led to him resigning his position last November.  


The source also claims that the respected head had been the target of an offensive text message campaign in which he received anonymous messages branding him a “racist, Islamophobic head teacher.”


The allegations came to light last week after the Birmingham Mail widely reported on leaked documents that clearly showed that Islamic extremists had been targeting Birmingham schools trying to oust head teachers and other members of staff through a “dirty trick campaign.”   


According to these documents once members of staff left their positions, Governors would then place their own people in their positions to “move to Academy status and educate children on strict Islamic principles.”


The plot is being investigated by Birmingham City Council, the Department for Education as well as West Midlands Police and has been given the name Operation Trojan Horse.


Other schools which have been named in the documents include Park View Academy in Alum Rock, Adderley Primary School in Saltley and Regents Park Community Primary in Small Heath.


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