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In the UK, the jury is being told that the killers’ motive is “extremism”.
The jurors have heard from the school’s former headteacher, Mr O’Reilly, who told the jury that “in the last few years there has been a dramatic rise in anti-Muslim and racist attitudes”.
He also revealed the school had been hit by “a huge amount of anti-Arab and anti-Jewish hatred”.
I am a Christian, a Jew, a member of a mixed-faith community.” “
I have received a lot of abuse about the fact that I am not Muslim.
I am a Christian, a Jew, a member of a mixed-faith community.”
The school’s principal, Mr Fadwa, has also testified.
In her opening statement, Ms Gomery said Mr O-Reilly had been the school principal for 12 years, and she had seen him in action in the past.
She said Mr Nabbash, a former teacher at the school, was responsible for a number of “significant issues”, including an incident in which students were “forced to drink bleach” at the end of each term and a teacher was forced to use “blood as a paintbrush” on a boy after he was found with an empty beer bottle.
She also said Mr Fodhava, who was in charge of the school from 2006 to 2009, “has never been the kind of person who would be inclined to make comments like that”.
She said that Mr OReilly had also “dissociated himself from the bullying of students, teachers and pupils”.
“He has been very supportive of his pupils and colleagues,” Ms Gromery said.
“He would have been pleased to see them take their own actions.”
The trial continues.
In Australia, the case has been adjourned until June 12.
The case will then be returned to court in November to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to proceed.