“If anyone speaks against our prophet, behead him right away” Muslim teacher teaches students

Recently, a controversial video of a Pakistani teacher was seen on social media in which he allegedly taught students that if anyone speaks against our Prophet, then his head should be cut off. This statement has a negative impact not only on the education system but on the entire society.

In the viral video, the teacher is explaining a different meaning of peace and brotherhood to the students. He says, if anyone speaks about our Prophet and our religion, then behead him, because this is the order of our Prophet. And we should always be ready for Jihad in Kashmir, Burma, Palestine, and other infidel countries.

In the video, many types of violent statements were also made to be raised by the students. School is where children are sent for education, but in the video, instead of education, lessons of violence are being taught to the children and they are being brainwashed. Whereas there should be no place for violence and fanaticism in education.

The teachers must give proper guidance to the students and make them a responsible citizen of the society. In such a situation, these violent actions can send the wrong message to students and negatively impact their personality development.

The viral video has been shared by the Twitter handle Pakistan Untold. The video has received 35 thousand views and around 2 thousand likes. After watching the video, the viewers condemned it a lot and shared various types of reactions expressing their views.

A user writes, ‘Now if Kaffirs start to return the same, it will be called Islamophobia. Get ready for a whole lot of return as the world got tired of keeping their neck safe.’

Another user writes, ‘So, even he acknowledges that Kashmir is Kaffir land and not originally theirs. But the West and the likes of Arundhati Roy say otherwise.’

Another user writes, ‘No teachers should be allowed to talk about individual religion. They are silently teaching or brainwashing. Sack him.’

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].