An Islamic school in Birmingham says it is drafting a complaint to Ofcom in light of a Channel 4 Dispatches show.
Lessons in Hatred and Violenc e, aired on Monday evening, showed footage of a preacher at Darul Uloom School with extreme views.
Dispatches said it stood by its investigation and that numerous adults had been filmed teaching contempt for other religions.
The programme captured a class leader making offensive remarks about Hindus. He ranted that: Disbelievers are the worst creatures .
Head teacher Mujahid Aziz said the school had been misrepresented.
A spokesman for Dispatches, which used a hidden camera installed by a reporter at the school, said its investigation had shown footage of numerous adults, on different occasions, teaching pupils as young as 11 contempt for other religions and for wider
society: We stand by our investigation and think the programme speaks for itself .
Meanwhile police have arrested a man over alleged assaults on children at aMarkazi Jamia mosque in Keighley, West Yorkshire.
The Dispatches documentary filmed what appeared to be a preacher hitting and kicking children during Koran lessons at the school.
West Yorkshire Police confirmed they had arrested a 59-year-old man in connection with the incident after viewing the secretly filmed footage.
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A 59-year-old man has been charged with 10 offences of common assault on children at a mosque, police said.
The charges follow a police investigation into allegations of assaults on children made in a Channel 4 documentary broadcast earlier this year.
The Dispatches programme, Lessons in Hate and Violence, secretly filmed a man allegedly hitting and kicking children during Qur'an lessons at the Markazi Jamia mosque school in Keighley, West Yorkshire, in December 2010.
West Yorkshire police said the man, who was arrested in February, had been released on bail to appear before Keighley magistrates on 2 June.
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The religious teacher who was caught on a secret camera kicking and slapping children in a Keighley mosque was jailed for 10 weeks.
Sabir Hussain admitted four charges of assaulting boys at the Markazi Jamia Mosque, in. Keighley, West Yorkshire, as they learned The Koran.
He was arrested after secret filming was screened on a Channel 4 documentary earlier this year.
He immediately lodged an appeal against his sentence but an application for bail was rejected.