Former BNP candidate told a class of girls that he was ‘allergic’ to Muslims and ‘Muslims worship the devil’

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SHAFAQNA – According to Daily Mail Newspaper reported that ”  A teacher who told a class of teenage girls that he was ‘allergic’ to Muslims and they ‘worshipped the devil’ will be banned from the profession for life this week. Self-styled cleric the Rev Robert West, who stood for the British National Party in the General Election, made the comments during a discussion on the use of cavalry in the Crusades. When a pupil said she was allergic to horses, Mr West replied: ‘I’m allergic to Mohammedans.’ And he told another class at Walton Girls High School in Grantham, Lincolnshire: ‘Muslims worship the devil.’ Andrew Colman of the National College for Teaching and Leadership said his remarks were ‘unacceptable’. West will be banned by the Department for Education this week.

Earlier this week, the 59-year-old stood in the general election contesting the Boston and Skegness seat for the BNP. But he came last in the poll, receiving only 119 votes of the 43,339 that were cast in the consistency. He only received 0.3 per cent of the votes meaning he lost the £500 deposit all candidates are required to put down in order to stand. The seat was held by the Conservatives with Matt Warman gaining almost 44 per cent of the votes. Overall the BNP, once led by Nick Griffin, fielded just eight candidates in the election and saw its vote share plummet by 99.7 per cent. The party also polled lower than the Monster Raving Loony Party and the little-known Cannabis Is Better Than Alcohol party.

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