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The debate about Islamic headscarves which gripped France in 2004 has been reignited by a controversial court ruling. President Francois Hollande, a Socialist, has backed cross-party moves for further curbs on headscarves. Muslims have reacted with .
Most mainstream politicians insist Islam is not being targeted. But a backlash erupted after the Court of Cassation ruled in March that Baby Loup, a private-sector day care operator that gets some state funding, unfairly fired a woman who wore a headscarf.
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A Paris court has ruled the sacking of a Muslim crèche worker for wearing a headscarf was legal, but another woman's challenge to the contentious legislation goes up before the European Court of Human Rights on Wednesday. A French court has upheld the .
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Five years ago, Fatima Afif (pictured) was fired from her job at the private Baby Loup nursery school in the French town of Chanteloup-les-Vignes, just west of the capital Paris, for refusing to take off her veil while at work. After years of legal.
Secular France bans religious signs in public educational institutions. But the Court of Cassation ruled last March that privately-owned Baby-Loup had discriminated against its employee on religious grounds. France’s highest court then sent her case to.