Has it ocurred to you that many muslim teachers may well be monolingual? Language has nothing to do with Islam, a person from any country with any mother tongue can be Muslim!
If you don't like the language and culture, surely you should stay in Pakistan, where the language, culture and education are clearly perfect?
I agree there should be more Islamic state schools, however all state schools are subject to a criteria, all children regardless of religion are considered if they apply for a place, altho I dont see many non-muslim parents lining up to send their children to a school where they'll learn to recite the Quran for religious education!
So to sum up, we need more state funded Islamic schools, yes. We need these schools to be run by qualified Muslim teachers, regardless of the language they speak, these schools should be taught in English.
You do get schools which teach in a other languages eg the Lycee Francais but that is a private school and parents pay to send their children there (an obscene amount too), they're not funded by the tax payer, and why should they be, considering not everyone who isn't actually French wants their offspring to speak, read and write only French?