The Charity Commission has opened an investigation into the mosque at the centre of the row over a 14 year-old autistic schoolboy who brought a copy of the Quran into school. This follows a complaint the Free Speech Union sent to the Charity Commission on Thursday asking it to investigate the mosque which was the setting for what amounted to a show trial of the boy’s mother a couple of weeks ago. The Times has more:
A mosque involved in a row about a Quran damaged at a school is being investigated by the charities watchdog.
Four boys at Kettlethorpe High School in Wakefield were suspended last month after allegedly causing “slight damage” to the holy text and police recorded it as a “hate incident”.
The local mosque, Jamia Masjid Swafia, hosted a meeting of parents where the imam said Muslims would not tolerate disrespect. He added that anyone who resorted to threats “is not truly following the teaching of Islam”.
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