In the article the woman (the dr) is trying to say that it violates her civil rights and that its discrimination. I dont see how. They are perfectly willing to give her the job mo matter he r sex or religion, they are just saying that she has to follow hospital policy and remove her head covering because the rule is no one can wear a head covering of any kind, and (of course) they are suing. I don't think this is right. Why should this individual get to change the rules of an entire hospital because of her beliefs. She can choose to work somewhere else or she can choose to follow the hospitals guidelines. The hospital is not the one discriminating here. What do you think?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:37 PM on Oct. 31, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:27 AM on Nov. 1, 2009
She has to abide by a dress code... If she gets her head scarf then the home depot guy should get his job back! I will quote someone from here I am sure you will be familiar with it.
"if it against policy, he she has a choice, remove it or find another job."
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