IUMS condemns the European Court of Justice decision in the right of the institutions to prohibit the Hijab (headscarf)

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Sheikh dr. Ali Mohiuddin Qara Daghi; Secretary-General of the IUMS, denounces the decision of the European Court of Justice, located in Luxembourg, the right of the institutions to prohibit within the domestic law of any political, philosophical or religious highlighting or wear symbols to keep its neutrality according to its terms, the fact that the ban on a general prohibition of religious and political ... This is the first time where the Europe's highest court have an issue on the Hijab (headscarf) ban referred to it by a Belgian court to consider a compensation claim from a woman fired from her job for wearing the Hijab (headscarf)... His eminence said that the court's decision did not take into account the specificity of the Islamic faith, which considers the Hijab a religious duty, and saw that the court's decision constitutes direct discrimination on the basis of religion, which would prevent the international covenants of human rights.

 And the laws of the European Union prohibit discrimination on the basis of religion. Pointing out that the resolution stipulated that the prohibition is in accordance with the general ban religious symbols did not take into account the specificity of the Islamic faith, which is different from other faiths in this case, calling on all international organizations and human rights to object to such a provision , which is contrary to the headscarf hypothesis on Muslim women who want to comply with the laws of God, and that human rights organizations calling for the court to review that decision, and distinguish it and take appropriate action to advance international judicial bodies to give Muslim women their human right to wear the hijab and abide by Islamic Shariaa.