A lady working at the duty free in Heathrow has lost her job after working there for 13 years. Mrs. Nohad Halawi is taking her former employers to an industrial tribunal. The Christian Legal Centre has instructed Mr. Paul Diamond to represent Mrs. Halawi in her case.
Mrs. Halawi alleges that she was bullied by Muslim employees, who told her that they hated the West and they had only come here to convert people to Islam. These Muslims also allegedly bullied a fellow employee until she was in tears because she wore a cross, made extremely offensive remarks to Christian employees, and told Christians that if they did not convert to Islam they would go to hell.
When five of these Muslim employees made a complaint about Mrs. Halawi to her line manager, a Mr. David Tunnicliffe, saying that Mrs. Halawi was "anti-Islamic", Mr. Tunnicliffe told her that she had behaved inappropriately by asking a Muslim to explain an offensive remark they'd made about Jesus. So apparently, when a Muslim makes an offensive remark about Jesus, that's not offensive. But when a Christian asks a Muslim to explain such a remark, that is offensive.
Mrs. Halawi has had her security pass revoked, so she can no longer work at Heathrow Airport.
Mrs. Halawi says, "This is supposed to be a Christian country, but the law seems to be on the side of the Muslims."
We'll see about that. The Christian Legal Centre has successfully defended several Christian believers in similar cases before now. Time will tell how this case turns out.
Sources: Mail, Telegraph.
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