A Christian Mother Her case is being heard in London on Wednesday after she took legal action after her 4-year-old son was forced to attend his school’s LGBT pride parade against his will.
Izodua Montagu made headlines in 2018 when she claimed the headteacher of Heavers Farm Primary School in Croydon, south London, aggressively informed her that her son was not allowed to leave the march despite her family’s religious beliefs.
When she made an appointment to discuss the matter at the school, she said the deputy head, who is also the head teacher’s daughter, showed up wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the phrase: “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic or transphobic when you are Can you be quiet?
“It was shocking, to be honest,” Montague told Fox News Digital.
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With the help of London-based Christian Legal CentreMontague sued under the Education Act 1996 and the Human Rights Act 1998 on the grounds of direct and indirect discrimination, victimization and breach of statutory duty. His case will be heard till February 10.
According to the Christian Legal Centre, Montague’s case is likely to be a landmark case in that it will be the first time a UK court will examine the legal basis for imposing LGBT ideology in primary schools, which noted that the issue has caused tensions between schools and schools. Jewish members and the country’s Muslim community.
“My child was forced to celebrate Pride, to participate in a Pride parade, and we thought it was going to end there, which was sadly wrong,” Montague said. “The school went crazy. They were so angry that any parent was upset about this, they just decided they were going to turn the whole school into one big LGBT-friendly school.”
Montague said the school has been flooded with books, flags, posters and other materials that promote the LGBT lifestyle to its younger students. A photo of a young student has reportedly appeared on the school’s website expressing hope that boys and girls will one day be able to use the same restroom. She said after her meeting with school leadership, her son was detained for three hours and separated from his peers.
“So after that, he had to be removed from school,” she said. “It was just horrible.”
Montagu eventually enrolled his son in a Catholic elementary school, but also decided to take legal action.
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“Even though I had already made up my mind that she was going to drop out of school anyway, I definitely felt like this was taking it to a whole new level, where you’re pretending you’re promoting tolerance and peace and then you believe in a sexual lifestyle. You are bullying people for not sharing the same beliefs,” he explained.
“People who loudly preach tolerance and diversity don’t seem interested in practicing it.”
“I think it’s funny, and all Parents should not be forced Adopting a school’s sexual beliefs or any social beliefs for fear that you will be bullied and isolated,” she said. “Children should be protected in schools.”
Montagu said the state of free speech in his country was “truly appalling” and speculated that he would have faced more backlash for his position if he lived in a more liberal part of London. He noted that he and others in the UK have The police called them For expressing views that oppose LGBT ideology.
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Andrea Williams, executive director of the Christian Legal Center, said in a statement to Fox News Digital that Montague’s case “symbolizes the chaos we can expect to see in our schools in the coming years and is another example of the ‘holocaust tolerance’ that has become so prevalent in our society. Those who While loudly promoting tolerance and diversity, they don’t seem interested in practicing it.”
“The treatment of parents at Havers Farm Primary School represents one of the most egregious violations of parental rights I have ever seen in my many years of working in education affairs,” Williams continued, adding that the school’s actions “show disrespect, dismissal and hostility.” “To the parents.
“A particular agenda is being forced on children inside the school gates and parents are being left with no means to ensure that their children are educated in accordance with their religious and philosophical beliefs,” he added.
“Following a number of matters that occurred in 2018, we have engaged as necessary with a civil claims process and, given the ongoing legal process, it would not be appropriate for us to comment further at this stage,” a spokesperson for Havers Farms told Fox News Digital.
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