Canadian officials banned from wearing the hijab to work


A law forbidding the local authorities to wear religious symbols in the workplace was passed in the Canadian province of Quebec, according to local reports.

From now on, judges, police officers, teachers and other public figures can’t come to work in hijabs, skull caps or turbans. However, in the text of the law stipulates that those officials who began to wear religious symbols prior to the law, will continue to do so.

Earlier it was reported that a Muslim soldier in the United States intends to sue the army leadership, which have been banned from wearing her hijab.

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