In this case, the child abuse mentioned in the title does not just refer to the completely unprovoked and unjustified beatings inflicted upon children at this school, but also the wicked inculcation of hatred the kids are exposed to at such a young, impressionable age.
From "Mosques Teaching 'Extreme Views'" by the Press Association:
Young Muslims are being taught extremist views in British mosques, an undercover investigation has found.
Shocking footage of children apparently being hit by their teachers during lessons on the Koran will also be aired on Channel 4's Dispatches programme on Monday.
A hidden camera installed by a reporter at a school in Birmingham recorded a preacher telling pupils "the disbelievers are the worst creatures, they are the worst creatures".
Where did he get this idea from?
"Lo! those who disbelieve, among the People of the Scripture and the idolaters, will abide in fire of hell. They are the worst of created beings." (Qur'an 98:6)
The Qur'an also dehumanises unbelievers as "the worst of beasts" (8:55).
The 11-year-olds are then told not to trust more liberal Muslims.
Their teacher said: "The person who's got less than a fistful of beard, then you should stay away from him the same way you should stay away from a serpent or a snake."
Another group of pupils are told in an assembly at the school: "The disbelievers, they are the worst of all people. The Hindus do, they drink piss, I've told you this. Do they have any intellect? No."
We are often told by Muslim spokesmen and apologists that the root cause of "Islamic extremism" is either poverty, lack of education or anger over British and American foreign policy. But if that's the case, why would British Muslims hate Hindus, who have not invaded Iraq or Afghanistan, and who cannot possibly be blamed for poverty amongst Muslims?
Could it be to do with the fact that, according to the Qur'an, polytheism of the kind practised by Hindus is the "most heinous" sin anyone can possibly commit (4:48)?
Only Islamophobes would say so, of course.
In more footage filmed by the programme at a mosque in Yorkshire, teenagers and a preacher are seen to be hitting younger children. Pupils as young as six or seven were caught on camera being hit and kicked by the people supposed to be looking after them.
But remember: Islam is a religion of peace.
Dr Taj Hargey, founder of the Muslim Educational Centre of Oxford, said: "This is totally against Islam. This is something that is deeply humiliating and shameful to Muslims to hear other Muslims describe people of other religions in such derogatory, disparaging terms."
Well, then I guess Dr Hargey must be really humiliated and ashamed of the Qur'an.
How often must this kind of thing keep happening before someone in the West starts to think that maybe this Islam thing isn't all about peace and love after all?