We're saying you're racists. And liars. Because you are. Nothing to do with Islam but your fantasies about Islam which are something else.
Are you seriously accusing me of being a racist because I don't like religion in any form, but dislike Islam the most (for a great many obvious and factually correct reasons), even though it is plainly obvious to anyone with a reasonable IQ that you cannot be racist for disliking a religion.
You have also accused me of being a liar, about what.?
How many times are you going to post your hateful BS on SPCR?
Its not hateful, or even aimed at any particular person, it is my own point of view that is backed up by an enormous amount of evidence, so I will continue "to post my personal views on SPCR for as long as I wish to do so".
HFAT, you totally failed to backup your counter argument on a similar subject previously, would you be so kind as to do so this time.?
For example please give me a sensible counter argument to the following point.
"Islam is inherently sexist within the UK. Female Muslims are very often found with Hijabs and rapidly becoming more popular are Niqabs, men do not have to wear these. Please explain how this is not sexist.?"
So, why do people think that such a weird thing as faith school should exist?
This goes back a very long way, back to the days where there were very few people who were educated at all, and most of those who were educated were Christians who discovered that if you could teach people to read, and there was only one single book found commonly in the whole of the UK and that was the Bible, you could then more easily convert those who could read into Christianity, and strengthen their convictions for the existing believers. As you can then guess, "Faith Schools" were the only schools at all, it was many centuries before "Comprehensive Schools" were created.
Since then in the UK generally the best schools from an education perspective were of a Christian denomination and still are in a lot of areas of the country. My brother (an Atheist) is hoping to send his children to his local Catholic school just for the better education that it offers, his children wont suddenly turn religious because there is almost no-one in those children's families who are religious, there isn't even a bible proudly on display and I don't remember seeing a crucifix anywhere, so I am not concerned at all ATM.
Faith is belief without evidence and most of the time a belief despite evidence, how is that compatible with schooling and education?
Just to name schools according to different superstition sects is detrimental and subversive.
I fully agree with your sentiment, although on the plus side there are "Atheist Free-Schools" as well, but sadly in very limited numbers because Atheists are well known for NOT being a group of persons tied together by dogma it becomes that much more difficult for Atheists to get together to create a "Free School".
My main problems with "Free Schools" are that they do NOT have to use qualified teachers, they do NOT have to follow the "national curriculum" and they can ignore a number or rules and regulations that the rest of the schools in the UK cannot ignore, including other religious schools that are not "free schools".
I objected to the idea of "free schools" as soon as I read about these details, it is perfectly acceptable for children who go to "free schools" in the UK to spend all day reading religious texts rather than learning, its a totally shit idea and "free schools" should have the same rules and regs forced upon them so that the children going to these schools are given a decent education and are not brainwashed with religious dogma for the entire school day.