Friday, 12 April 2013

Christian woman sacked after Islamist harassment seeks hearing in Europe

A Christian worker who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow Airport is having her case heard by the Employment Appeals Tribunal in London.

Nohad Halawi worked at a duty free shop at Heathrow Terminal 3 for 13 years. But management took away her ‘airside pass’ – meaning she was unable to continue working at the airport – after Muslim colleagues made unsubstantiated complaints about her conduct.

Mrs Halawi had stood up for a Christian colleague who was being harassed by Islamist staff.

She had verbally complained to management over personal abuse and harassment from Islamist staff members over her Christian faith.


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