A primary school teacher has been banned from the classroom for life after praising Isil for beheading aid worker Alan Henning in string of offensive social media posts.
The Muslim teacher, Nargs Bibi, put up forty offensive and malicious messages immediately after the tragic Briton's murder by 'Jihadi John' urging Isil to kill all non believers.
Divorcee Bibi, 31, who had worked at Knowsley Junior School, Oldham, for three years before being fired over another matter, also hurled a diatribe of abuse at Mr Henning's wife.
In some of the comments Ms Bibi called his wife "a b****" and a "slag". She also referred to people aid workers in Syria as "barking dogs". She called on Muslim women to "stay at home" (she will be able to obey from now on) and called on Allah to "destroy" the UK and the US.
She admitted making the comments and accepted they amounted to unacceptable professional conduct and conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute.
Ms Bibi did not attend a disciplinary hearing of the National College for Teaching and Leadership in Coventry and was not represented. The professional conduct panel's written ruling redacted the tweets on its website because they were so offensive.
The messages began appearing on her Twitter account on the day of Mr Henning's death last October 3, and continued during the following day.
She was arrested by Greater Manchester Police but no further action was taken. Bibi said her action was out of character, and she was suffering poor mental health at the time.
The panel recommended she be allowed to apply to have her position reviewed after five years, owing to her mental health problems but decision maker Alan Meyrick, on behalf of the Secretary of State, overruled this, meaning Bibi is prohibited from teaching in any school, sixth form college, relevant youth accommodation or children's home in England ever again. He said: "In my view this decision reflects the extreme nature of the material posted on Twitter and the regard with which the public will hold a teacher who has posted such material."
The next question, the one that never seems to be asked is was she born in England or did she acquire British Nationality by marriage or the usual profession of loyalty to the Queen. Since she has now professed treason, send here whence she came.