london - A misspelling of a ten year old boy from the British county of Lancashire has led to police investigations. The kid of Muslim origin had written during an English class that he lived in a house,, terrorist ''. He meant a,, terraced house, '' a terraced house. His teacher decided to inform the police, which was a day later on the door and the laptop's family checked on extremist connections.
,, You can imagine that happening to a man of 30, but not with a young child, '' responded a family Wednesday told the BBC.,, If the teacher already had to make any pressure, it was for his spelling. Now he is afraid to write, to use his imagination. ''
British teachers since last summer required by law to report possible extremist behavior to the police. The Muslim Council of Britain, the main dome of Islamic organizations, argues that the law overreact work in hand. There would have been dozens of similar incidents.