That is in Pakistani Webb or do we need to check all house in case we have a Bin Laden hiding here in England?
I think even the coalition government would think that legislating in respect of Pakistani local government would be a step too far for its foreign policy.
My guess is structured home educators. And being taught by educated women! Even greater case for autonomous education by what Mr Webb calls the uneducated. You could never have kept the kids silent in the compound or in the compound at all if they were self directed learners. I rest my case....:-)
"If only the local authority had been making regular monitoring visits."LOL, whereupon they would have been shot.
Peter has never heard of 7/7 it seems.
nasty anon says-Peter has never heard of 7/7 it seems.the leader of 7/7 was a class room helper in a school and was know to MI5. He used to teach/help very young children i wonder what he said to some of them when no other teacher could hear? are you suggesting we search all houses in Leeds/Bradford to find out if some one one is going to attack us? Peter knows a fair bit about this case and the 9/11 attacks. At the moment Peter reading a book about Bin Larden very intersting it is to ask a question about him and we answer it LOL i do enjoy our chats!
It's a shame that you can't read any books.
it shame you cant read books to anon LOL your reading age is of a 3 year old
You claim to teach children and you're not a teacher, I wonder what you say to them when no one can hear...
Your reading age is far below that of pond slime.
I wonder what you say to children when no one can hear? or do you have no contact with children prephaps you can tell us why this is.
are you defending the ring leader of the 7/7 attacks anon?
Never heard of Rashid Rauf either?
Or Omar Bakri Mohammad?
You're very offensive Peter, do you think that it's clever to make light of the 7/7 terror attack?
i was asking a simple question is anon defending the ring leader of the 7/7 attacks? yes or no will do?Khan was the Ring leader and a teaching assistance in his video message Khan said he was a "soldier at war" It was nasty anon who brought up 7/7 first asking if Peter had heard of itIn June 2006 computer expert Martin Gilbertson claimed he had warned West Yorkshire police about the extremist views of Khan and Tanweer when he worked at an Islamic bookshop in Beestonits something we have both looked into in great detail and hope and pray that this never happens again.
And that's just part pf the Islamic extremist network, then there's our home grown variety of murderous lunatic. David Copeland and Neil Lewington of the BNP.Never heard of them?
You are such a liar Peter, you were making light of a terror attack that killed innocent victims.
your such a nasty liar to anon! you asked if Peter had heard of 7/7 i say its you who is making light of a terror attack that killed inmocent victims.
You have very poor comprehension skills.
nasty anon says-You have very poor comprehension skills.you have poor comprehension skill to anon and are such a liar to!
well..all very entertaining, if not somewhat morbid in its content. I would suggest a cease-fire on this conversation, unless it can be put back on track. -.-Petty insults and name-calling is soooo yesterday! :P
loz says-Petty insults and name-calling is soooo yesterday! we agree with you Loz! did you see the answers we give to your chess questions?
I did indeed, and thank you for that. However we've been quite busy and havent had time to reply. I'll try to get around to it some time. :)Thanks again.
Only 70% of Pakistani kids finish primary school.40% or so go on to Secondary level and 50% of all adults are illiterate. There are still some regions in Pakistan which are controlled by the Taliban where girls are banned from attending educational establishments.
anon says-Only 70% of Pakistani kids finish primary school.40% or so go on to Secondary level and 50% of all adults are illiterate. There are still some regions in Pakistan which are controlled by the Taliban where girls are banned from attending educational establishments. yes and that is why the UK government gives a large amount of aid to Pakistan to try and help these children.David Cameron has pledged a record amount of aid for this year in an attempt to really change outcomes for these children.
"Only 70% of Pakistani kids finish primary school. 40% or so go on to Secondary level and 50% of all adults are illiterate. There are still some regions in Pakistan which are controlled by the Taliban where girls are banned from attending educational establishments."Education is the least of their worries.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_care_in_PakistanI know where I would rather have money spent if I lived in Pakistan.
We give far more aid to Pakistan than any other Eurpoean country this year we are giving 446 million and the Pakistan government will use some of this aid to help girls who are stoped from going to school.