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Trojan Horse scandal: Teacher appeals indefinite ban claiming 'Islamophobia'
by Sophie Scott
A teacher banned from the classroom in relation to the alleged Trojan Horse plot will appeal the decision, with his union claiming the prohibition order is an example of "Islamophobia".
On Friday, the National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) gave prohibition orders to teachers Akeel Ahmed and Inamulhaq Anwar. They both taught at Park View School in Birmingham.
Several teachers from schools implicated in the alleged Trojan Horse plot have attended disciplinary hearings with the NCTL. The cases concern allegations that hardline Muslims were attempting to "take over" Birmingham schools.
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