A former teacher at two Birmingham schools linked to the Trojan Horse scandal could face a lifetime ban from the classroom after he told pupils that
Christians and Jews were 'ignorant' and Muslims have 'the true religion'.
Wakass Haruf, 30, was found guilty of 'professional misconduct' for making the 'inappropriate' comments during a playground sermon to mark Islamic
Friday prayers in June 2013.
A panel said that while Mr Haruf's comments to pupils during the sermon were 'isolated utterances', they breached teaching standards that rule
teachers should 'not undermine British values and should promote tolerance of all faiths'.
Tolerance of those who don't believe what we believe. That would be nice.