A new webcast series from the New York Times is probably going to revive interest in "Activity Trojan Horse": a supposed plot by "hardline" Muslims to "dominate" around 20 state schools in the city of Birmingham in 2014. Notwithstanding various examinations being attempted at that point, no proof of a plot was found.

Across eight episodes, writers Brian Reed and Hamza Syed look to find the writer of the mysterious letter that set off the embarrassment. As somebody who has lived in Birmingham for over twenty years and has attempted broad examination into the city's Muslim people group for the majority of that, I was clashed. While it was intriguing to…

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