Although the school doesn't have a website, Sky News got hold of documents given to parents which state that pupils "socialising with outsiders will be expelled if there is no improvement after cautioning".
Its Pupil and Parent Handbook also contains a Sharia section which lists "items that are prohibited in Islam.. Pupils are also banned from wearing un-Islamic garments and using mobile phones and music players at any time.
The Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, Yorkshire was praised by the education watchdog even though students live under a strict sharia code, which sees them banned from watching television, listening to the radio, reading newspapers or speaking to the media.
In its latest inspection, Ofsted governors praised the boarding chool for its "dedication to Islamic studies" and spoke of how well it prepared its students to cater for the changing needs of British Muslims.
No later than last week, an angry woman spat at him during the marriage event he organised in the context of the Global Peace and Unity conference at Ex Cel.
Nevertheless, the popularity of his events has not ceased to grow as the continuous flow of participants entering the room on this early Sunday afternoon testifies.
A fifth of Muslims in France marry out of the religion, and while it is possible that some of them require the conversion of their spouses as a condition of marriage, it is also likely that many of them are expressing an indifference to their religion by their choice of marriage partner.
Of course, the meaning of survey evidence is not always clear.
These events are meant to provide a service to the Muslim community by helping single Muslims find the ‘right marriage partner’. He is a 37-year-old father of two, born in England from Indian Muslim parents.
Most have a good or favourable impression of the country.
Perhaps this is not surprising, since attendance at the mosque among them is high only by the standards of church attendance in one of the most irreligious countries in Europe.
Mosque elder Shabbir Daji, chairman of the school's governing shura, told Sky News the school "works for unity".
He added: "Our policy is to keep away from the media." Despite the harsh restrictions placed on students, Ofsted rated the school as "good" with the behaviour of pupils as "outstanding".