In my last post I wrote about how one of the main driving forces behind the anti-same-sex marriage movement is that it’s not just about “keeping the government” out of the bedroom. 791 more words
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AN employer was entitled to ask a Muslim woman to wear a shorter jilbab gown at work because her full-length garment was a tripping hazard, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled in dismissing a religious discrimination claim. 87 more words
Samantha Elauf, a teenager and an observant Muslim, applied to work for retailer Abercrombie & Fitch. When she interviewed for the position she received a “qualified rating.” There was just one problem. 497 more words
A CHRISTIAN nursery nurse who was dismissed after expressing her views on homosexuality and marriage in answer to a question from a colleague has won a religious discrimination claim against her former employer at an employment tribunal.
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Samantha Elauf Wins Supreme Court Religious Discrimination Case Over Right To Wear Jihad At Abercrombie & Fitch
International Business Times — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled to revive a lawsuit a Muslim American woman had brought against a clothing store that denied her a job because she wore a headscarf. 144 more words
BAY RIDGE, Brooklyn (PIX11) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that citizens cannot be discriminated against because of religious garb. The decision, of course, applies throughout the country. 527 more words