Det offentlige finansierer tre skoler drevet av den ekstreme organisasjonen Hizb ut-Tahrir (HuT), viser registre over veldedige stiftelser i Storbritannia. I skolene lærer ungene at demokrati er uislamsk og at de skal holde seg vekk fra ikke-muslimer. Barna lærer arabisk og jentene går med hijab fra de er små.

Det har lenge vært snakk om å forby Hizb ut-Tahrir. I Tyskland er organisasjonen forbudt. Men i stedet finansierer det offentlige nå skoler drevet av HuT. Det er snakk om en barnehage og to barneskoler.

Hizb ut-Tahrir er en liten gruppe, men de er flinke til å organisere. De har nå opprettet flere frontorganisasjoner, som utad virker tilforlatelige.

Målet med undervisningen er å danne en «islamsk personlighet».

On their website, the schools say their «ultimate goal» and «foremost work» is the creation of an «Islamic personality» in children The creation of an «Islamic personality» is a key tenet of Hizb’s ideology.

The schools’ history curriculum states that children are taught that «there must be one ruler of the khilafah [caliphate]». The schools’ website says that «in the glorious history of Islam… the Sharia was the norm».

Children learn Arabic from the age of three. A spokesman for the foundation insisted that it was not a Hizb ut-Tahrir operation but involved «Muslim women from a wide variety of backgrounds».

Accounts filed at the Charity Commission show that the Government paid a total of £113,411 last year to a foundation run by senior members and activists of Hizb ut-Tahrir — a notorious Islamic extremist group that ministers promised to ban.

The public money helped run a nursery school and two Islamic primary schools where children are taught key elements of Hizb’s ideology from the age of five.

Chris Grayling, the shadow home secretary, last night described the disclosure as «astonishing and outrageous» and accused the Government of «sleeping on the job».

Hizb regards integration as «dangerous» and says that British Muslims should «fight assimilation» into British society. It wants to create a global Islamic superstate, or «caliphate», initially in Muslim-majority countries and then across the rest of the world.

It says that «those [Muslims] who believe in democracy are Kafir», or apostates. It orders all Muslims to keep apart from non-believers and boycott «corrupt» British elections and political processes. It has a tiny following and its views are rejected by most British Muslims.

Hizb, which operates worldwide, insists it is non-violent and condemned the London bombings.

However its website previously displayed a leaflet urging Muslims to «kill [Jews] wherever you find them» and at a rally in London earlier this year, Imran Waheed, its chief media adviser in Britain, said that there could be «no peace» with Israel, calling on Muslims to «fight» a «jihad… in the way of Allah» against it.

Its anti-Semitism has resulted in the group being banned in Germany and on some British university campuses.

Den offentlige kontrollinstansen for skoleverket, Ofsted, hadde ikke noe å bemerke da den inspiserte en av skolene. Når det gjelder økonomisk støtte, vises det til at regjeringen bevilger og lokale myndigheter fordeler.

The Shakhsiyah school in Slough has been praised in a «light-touch inspection» by Ofsted, which said it «provides a good quality of education and meets its aims effectively» and that «pupils develop knowledge and understanding of British institutions and traditions».

However, there is no Ofsted report on the Tottenham school.

A Department for Children, Schools and Families spokesman said: «We give that money to local authorities and they are responsible for ensuring that providers are appropriate.»

Islamists who want to destroy the state get £100,000 funding