A Muslim teacher is taking legal action against the school she claims sacked her for complaining about an "X-rated" video of the 9/11 horrors shown to children.

Suriyah Bi lost her job at Birmingham's Heartlands Academy after just a week – and is now pursuing claims for unfair dismissal and religious discrimination.

Suriyah, from Yardley, made national headlines last September after complaining she was sacked for objecting to a class of 11-year-olds being shown the footage.

The Oxford graduate said the graphic YouTube video carried a warning the content was not suitable for under-18s.

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