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Veil teacher ‘should be sacked’ February 16, 2007

Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.

The bias media as usual have helped unpopular people to jump on the anti-veil band wagon helping the unknown to be known and the unpopular to gain free publicity at the expense of Muslims and their beliefs. In the media reports very rarely do they ever state facts. A fact that Aishah Azmi had been working at the school and same employment position for over 2 years, so why was this not an issue in them 2 years? Is not a fact that the school has shown an anti-Islamic and anti-Muslim attitude in the case of Aishah Azmi?

A Muslim teaching assistant suspended for refusing to remove her veil in class should be sacked, a local government minister has said.

Phil Woolas told the Sunday Mirror that Aishah Azmi, 23, had “put herself in a position where she can’t do her job”.

Mr Woolas, whose brief covers race relations, stopped short of repeating the demand on the BBC’s Politics Show.

But he said if the head teacher at the school in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, chose to sack Ms Azmi “so be it”.

Ms Azmi, who is originally from Cardiff, said pupils at Headfield Church of England Junior School had never complained about her wearing a veil.

She said she would remove the garment, but not in front of male colleagues.


Ms Azmi’s lawyer called for Mr Woolas to withdraw his comments, which he warned might influence the classroom assistant’s employment tribunal. read more

Quite a happy chap, done his self a favour plus gained free publicity. Enjoy it while it lasts.



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