For the first time ever, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled against the United Kingdom on a matter of religious liberty involving a Christian woman who worked for British Airways.
No one should have to hide their faith or act contrary to it, and Christian employees should not be singled out for discrimination. The court’s ruling is important in upholding this principle.
On January 15, the court held that the United Kingdom violated Nadia Eweida’s right to freedom of religion under Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
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