Sunday, October 15, 2006

Stewardess Suspended for Wearing Cross

British Airways slide into dhimmitude reflects a growing trend in Europe, submission to Islam either by violence or political correctness. Muslim and Sikh employees can wear their symbols without threat of suspension, but if you're a Christian that wants to wear an extremely small cross, you will be suspended.
The airline's uniform code states that staff must not wear visible jewelry or other 'adornments' while on duty without permission from management. It makes exceptions for Muslim and Sikh minorities by allowing them to wear hijabs and turbans. But Miss Eweida, 55, from Twickenham, insisted her cross, which is smaller than a ten pence piece, was not jewelry but an expression of her deep Christian faith.
For more of this ridiculous political correctness click here.
UPDATED: Miss Eweida rejects British Airways 'compromise' by moving to recruitment. Which begs the question, wouldn't she be an affront to anyone who gets offended by the Cross? To read her rejection click here.


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