'The Islamic ruling for this infidel is beheading,' said a message posted to his Facebook page last Saturday.'I will pay 00 for anyone who gets me his whereabouts, I'll organise the rest'.
A sleepless Imam Tawhidi, 34, shared the menacing message from an undisclosed location this week in a bid to highlight the gravity of his situation.
Located further south in Rockville Centre is the "Greenhouse". As of the 2014-15 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,092 students and 93.7 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 11.6:1.
He is a former superintendent of the Cheltenham and Lower Merion School Districts.
Kenney said he chose Mc Ginley because of his experience.
"His educator lens is exactly what the SRC needs in order to build on the district's gains in recent years," he said in a statement. Mc Ginley's passion for public education and reducing the achievement gap, coupled with his background as an administrator for various school districts, will also help the district prepare for a smooth transition to greater local control." Five years ago, when Mc Ginley moved back to the city after a stint in the suburbs, he "had a gut feeling" he would help the Philadelphia School District in some way, he said.
He sparked controversy by criticising hardline group Hizb-ut Tahrir and telling a Rotary Club lunch his father, also an imam, came to Australia 'because it was a non-Muslim country.''If we knew after 30 years we are going to have burqas running around and mosques being erected on every corner and people proposing sharia law against democracy in this country… But the headlines have led to an escalating series of threats that have left him worried about his safety.
'It's been extremely serious in the past few weeks,' Tawhidi said.
She also served as a law clerk at Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and General Electric Company.