Nasim Ashraf a member of the Oldham interfaith forum which receives funding from Oldham Labour Council (£18,000 this year) is behind the protest group complaining about same sex education in Oldham schools according to The Guardian even though his children are not affected. It’s no to the sexualisation of children in Oldham (sexualisation being educating them about diversity and equality) but yes to the theistic indoctrination of children. Schools do not and should not feel they need justify their curriculum to a man who does not believe in evolution but is trying to push a religious agenda into relationship lessons in schools. Is it right that Nasim Ashraf a member of the Oldham Interfaith Forum which is supported by Oldham local government public finances should go on BBC TV and fantasise about the issue causing riots when he is clearly abusing his position and standing in the community and only supports equality from a religious perspective and why are Sean Fielding’s Labour administration and MP’s Jim McMahon and Debbie Abrahams incapable and unwilling to challenge any form of extreme right wing views other than Tommy Robinson’s?
I see Nasim Ashraf is involved in activism about LGBT lessons in Oldham schools. Here’s our 2017 article about his earlier activities in Oldham schools. (Note that unlike other papers, The Sunday Times has NOT withdrawn the piece, or apologised for it.) https://t.co/R9o9fJGuJK
— Andrew Gilligan (@mragilligan) May 24, 2019