Friday, April 14, 2017

Teacher in Germany Can't Wear Cross Necklace; Neutrality Law Forbids Rel. Attire in Classroom

School management has forced a teacher in Berlin, Germany to remove a necklace with a cross from her attire when she is in the classroom, the Fox News website reports today (April 14, 2017).

School administrators in the German capital city enforced a neutrality law that bans teachers and civil servants from wearing religious symbols and clothing in public.

The neutrality law generally applies to Muslim women who wear a hijab, or headscarf.

Across Europe, controversial Muslim headscarf bans have sparked debate on this issue.

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