A former teacher at two Birmingham schools linked to the Trojan Horse scandal has been found guilty of professional misconduct after telling pupils during Friday prayers that Muslims have "the true religion" and Christians and Jews were "ignorant".

Wakass Haruf was found to have brought the teaching profession into "disrepute" following his "inappropriate" comments, which he made to pupils while delivering a playground sermon during Islamic Friday prayers at Golden Hillock School in Sparkhill in around June 2013.

He could now face a lifetime ban from the classroom following the ruling on Wednesday, January 6.

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