Pupils at a posh £9,000-a-year school were left disgusted when they stumbled into an assembly — and found a vote on who hates Jews.
Muslim kids were asked for a show of hands during a discussion about religious tolerance — and several said ‘yes’.
But the controversial debate at Hutchesons’ Grammar in Glasgow was witnessed by two Jewish youngsters who’d wandered in by mistake.
Parent Asgher Mohammed posed the shock question at last Thursday’s Muslim assembly — and the private school confirmed a number of pupils raised their hands.
Mr Mohammed reportedly told the children their hatred was misplaced — and it was the Israeli Army that deserved their anger.
But fury erupted as rumours of the vote quickly spread through the school.
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