A father in the UK could face prosecution for removing his son from rainbow ideology indoctrination classes.
The Times reported,
Jabar Hussain, 51, has been told by Birmingham city council that he is in trouble for withdrawing his son Amin, 9, from Parkfield Primary School in Birmingham since September last year.
If found guilty of failing to ensure his son attends school regularly, he faces a fine of up to £1,000 and the imposition of a parenting order. Refusal to pay the fine could result in a prison term. “If I have to go to court, I have to go to court. I would go to jail for this,” Hussain said.
The lessons at Parkfield were launched ahead of the new sex and relationships curriculum, which becomes compulsory in all English schools in September. Although parents will be allowed to withdraw primary-age children from lessons focusing on sex, the relationships content is compulsory.
The relationships aspect of the course promotes homosexuality and transgender ideology.
Hussain’s son was allegedly confused about the difference between boys and girls after a school assembly. The concerned father decided that was enough reason to withdraw his son to protect his “psychological welfare.” His son is 9 years old.
“This is a case to watch. If the UK government proceeds with prosecution it will highlight the threat to parental rights when it comes to sex and relationships,” said Binary spokeswoman, Kirralie Smith.
“We have been warning for a long time that the rainbow lobby have been undermining parents by enforcing their ideological viewpoint without parental knowledge and/or consent. Parental rights must be supported by government, not usurped by them.”