Sensible decision in the religious discrimination debate

October 20, 2006 |

Ms AzmisAisinh Azmi (pictured right), a teacher in the UK, has lost her claim of religious discrimination against her employer, the Headfield Church of England Junior School at Dewsbury, West Yorks. The Tribunal dismissed her claim of religious discrimination and harrasment but found for her on a claim of victimising her.

The school said pupils found it difficult to understand her during class. The amazing thing is that it had to moniter the situation to see whether that was the case. Try talking through mauslin and see for yourself. Of course there is a problem. What student doesn’t want to see his or her teacher.

What is amazing about this case is the hard line approach of the Labor minister who demanded she be sacked saying she was Headfield Church of England Junior School.”

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