Yes, probably because kids are not having the Koran rammed down their throats in mainstream schools.
The Echo tells us:
Plans for a private primary school to offer Islamic education for children in the city have been welcomed by parents, according to some of the city’s Mosques [my emphasis].
Zahir Ahmad, secretary of Southampton Central Abu Backr Mosque said parents had been talking about the planned private Islamic school and considering it for their children.
“It has been a talking point for many parents who feel their children would benefit,” he said.
So separating their children – who are not, anyway, of an age to choose a religion, and need to be exposed to several religions plus the option of none, of course, in order to be able to make an informed decision – from the children who don’t happen to have parents who subscribe to this hideous ideology is a good thing, is it?
How do you explain that, Mr Ahmad?