Berlin (UNA-OIC) - A Muslim teacher, who has been told she may not wear a hijab in class, is expecting a decision on her case at a Berlin employment tribunal in Germany on Wednesday, DPA reported.
The woman filed her complaint with the Berlin state, where a neutrality law bans public service employees from wearing religious symbols
In 2017, another Muslim teacher won 8,680 euros ($10,300) in compensation in the German capital after arguing that she had been discriminated against because of her headscarf. The court agreed but said it was one-off ruling, according to Daily Sabah
Source: International Islamic News Agency