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Teacher Sadia Malik Suspended From Cardiff Primary School Over Islamist Extremist Links
by Lucy Sherriff
A special needs teacher at a primary school has been suspended over links to an Islamic extremist group.
Sadia Malik, a special education needs (SEN) coordinator at Cardiff Muslim primary school in Wales has been accused of "actively" promoting a banned hate group in the country's capital. According to the Sunday Times newspaper, which has accessed a confidential police report, Malik was present at a meeting organised by the Supporters of Tawheed group in January.
The teacher was named a "key subject of interest" by police and linked to extremist Sajid Idris - the head of the group and former spokesman for the banned organisation Islamic Path.
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