The school’s principal was a convert to Islam who ran this public school with a Muslim majority student population into a madrassa for jihad recruitment. Convert Chris Griffiths Mr Griffiths and deputy principal Joumana Dennaoiu were adhering to the fundamental principles of Islam – gender segregation, incitement to jihad and a disregard Australian law and law enforcement. What is so troubling is that they both were were allowed to stay in their positions for so long and that they both were eventually moved to another school and not fired. These treacherous Muslims should be jail — not “radicalizing” another school.
But it is not just Griffith’s influence here. What are these Muslim students learning at home? At mosque?
Keep importing these invaders.
Islamic students ‘threatened to behead non-Muslim staff in name of ISIS’ at Sydney high school where principal was stood down for ‘banning women teachers from Year 12 graduation’
- Punchbowl Boys High School Principal Chris Griffiths was stood down
- Deputy Principal Joumana Dennaoiu was also removed from her position
- They allegedly excluded women from the Year 12 graduation ceremony
- Police feared students were being radicalised at Muslim-majority school
- ‘ISIS sympathiser’ students allegedly threatened to behead non-Muslim staff
- Officers said Mr Griffiths converted to Islam in 2014
- They claimed senior staff called police ‘pigs’ and told students not to obey them
By Nic White and Freya Noble for Daily Mail Australia, 3 March 2017
Police feared students at Punchbowl Boys High School were being radicalised after principal Chris Griffiths did not cooperate with a de-radicalisation program.
Mr Griffiths and deputy principal Joumana Dennaoiu were removed from their roles at the Muslim-majority school after an investigation by the Education Department.
Punchbowl Boys High School Principal Chris Griffiths (pictured) was stood down on Thursday
The pair were stood down for allegedly stopping female teachers from participating in official events such as the Year 12 graduation ceremony, along with other issues.
Several employees claimed non-Muslim staff were verbally attacked, including with threats of beheading, by Muslim students declaring themselves ISIS sympathisers, according to The Australian.
Not only were these incidents not reported to police, the ‘actively hostile’ relations were so bad police liaison officers couldn’t access the government school for the past 2.5 years.
Officers said Mr Griffiths converted to Islam in 2014 and claimed relations between police and the school broke down after he was appointed two years ago.
Islamic students allegedly threatened to behead non-Muslim staff and claimed to be ISIS sympathisers, staff claimed
‘Students were being told that if “the pigs” stop you, to film them and refuse their directions,’ a senior constable told the Daily Telegraph.
‘The students were being led down a dangerous path by the principal. We had concerns about radicalisation,’ they said.
The Education Department said it conducted an ‘extensive appraisal of the school’s policies, procedures and management’, prompted by a series of serious staff complaints in 2016, before removing the pair.
It said the investigation revealed ‘a high level of staff disunity and disharmony’ and ‘increased disengagement’ of the school from the community.
‘The former principal and deputy principal are still employed by the department but are currently on leave and will not return to the school,’ it said.
The pair were stood down for stopping women teachers from participating in official events such as the Year 12 graduation ceremony, along with other issues
Mr Griffith’s predecessor Jihad Dib, who is now the NSW state MP for Lakemba, said exclusion of any kind was wrong as public schools were there for everyone.
Under Mr Dib’s leadership, the school was transformed from a campus controlled by Middle Eastern gangs where violence and drug dealing were rife, to a high performer with much better literacy and numeracy rates.
The Department told Daily Mail Australia new principal Robert Patruno, who previously ran the education unit inside Reiby Juvenile Justice Centre, and a deputy principal started work on Friday.
‘Importantly there is no disruption to teaching and learning and the education opportunities provided to students,’ it said.