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Peace and love at Punchbowl Primary School

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When parents send their children to school they expect the teachers at the school to act ‘in loco parentis’ which is what the teachers are obliged by law to do. Of course, we know that some children are bullies and any rational person does not condone bullies, but sides with the victim. This week, however, a bullying incident has the politically correct neurones of departmental trendoids in utter confusion. The synapses are spinning and no-one knows in what direction. Extra latte consumption does not seem to help.

The politically correct assumptions we are supposed to live with include the notion that Muslims are victims of nasty Cronulla surfing types and that Australians should all work overtime to fight Islamophobia. Well, in an interesting turn of events this week, a young Australian-Greek  boy, Antonio Grigoriou, 11 who attends Punchbowl Primary School in Sydney’s south-west, was bullied by Muslims for daring to eat his lunch, whose contents were not to the satisfaction of the Muslim onlookers supposedly seeking spiritual purification through fasting.

A SCHOOLBOY claims he was attacked by a mob of angry Muslim students because he ate a salami sandwich during Ramadan. Antonios Grigoriou, 11, says he was chased and assaulted after a confrontation over the contents of his lunch.
.. Muslim student to Antonios: "Why are you eating ham, it's Ramadan?"
Antonios: "My mum packed this for lunch today."
Muslim student: "Don't eat that. How can you eat pig, it's disgusting."
(source)

However, the discussion did not remain on the level of Socratic dialogue but ended up with threats of physical violence and the hapless Greek-Australian boy running to the library for protection where the door was locked to ensure his safety. One asks, what on earth were the Muslim lads going to do to Antonios, that required adults to lock the doors? Well it was clear enough what was going to happen. A typical piece of Islamic persuasion – bashing and kicking.

But Antonios's family took him out of Punchbowl Public School, in Sydney's south-west, on Tuesday after he was again attacked by a Muslim student. He was punched in the eye and kicked in the legs. "It has broken my heart to see this happening to my boy," Andrew Grigoriou said. (source)

Whatever our opinions of salami (I am partial to it myself) the fact remains that the Muslim lads were only following in the footsteps of Mohammed weren’t they? In fact if Mohammed visited Punchbowl Primary School in 2009, would ANYONE be left alive from students and staff, once he had done his violent tour of inspection and gone to Lakemba to eye the women?

As if on Pavlovian cue, an article appeared soon afterwards in the mainstream media declaring that Muslims had been abused. Of course, this is what the programmed clones of the Muslim apparatchik hegemony have to blurt out to the media. It just would not do to portray the Muslims as bullies – they are victims, full stop - get it? Note the turn of the discussion – not the focus on the situation of Anontios.

MUSLIM parents have told how their children were also victims of abuse and bullying from other students as they fasted during the daylight hours of Ramadan. The families said yesterday some "Christian" children provoked Muslim students by thrusting food or drinks in their faces during observance of the sacred religious month. (source)

It may be timely to remember that while the state school system is supposedly secular, every allowance is make for Muslims to feel comfortable with the practice of their faith. Some get confused with the spelling of the words ‘Saracen’ and ‘secular’ and even worse think one is the same as the other. Teachers are informed about Ramadan, asked especially not to put too much pressure on students and tip-toe through the tulips to avoid upsetting Muslims in any way. Some schools change their exam timetables to cater for Muslims, so they will not have to study too hard in Ramadan. Is the same courtesy applied to Christians, Jews and people of other beliefs? No. In fact, I know personally of a situation where an atheist principal of a school was asked by Muslim boys in that high school if they could have a prayer room in Ramadan. Their wish was granted. Did the Christians and Jews have a prayer room, did the Christians and Jews even have Scripture classes in the school? No. Well it seems as if, to use George Orwell’s words from Animal Farm, some animals are more equal than others.

And the upshot of all these events at Punchbowl? The ringleader of the Muslim attack group has been suspended. Students who have been suspended have the right to return to school. Notice what has happened here – the victim has felt obliged to leave the school, and the bullies will stay on and rule the roost in their own inimitable way. No doubt there have been many shish kebab and falafel nights, but they evidently have not had a positive result in the life of Antonios. I hope his father can find another safer school for him.

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 November 2009 07:14  

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