The University of Birmingham has announced new plans to tackle the sticky subject of Religious Extremism by releasing details of its new undergraduate courses in Islamic Fundamentalism.
Government worries that extremists are recruiting would-be suicide bombers and other Jihadists from within the thousands of disaffected youngsters studying in Britain's educational establishments, has led to the introduction of the new syllabus at the university, which is a virtual melting pot of hundreds of separate ethnicities.
Students of the new courses will learn how to make explosive devices from household items such as washing-up bottles, pegs and toilet rolls, terrorise innocent people, grow long beards, behead victims and eat Middle Eastern food without vomiting.
Dr Ishmael Hussein, lecturer in Religious Shite, supports the new direction. He told us:
"We have to face facts. Extremism is here to stay. Get used to it, infidel!"