The sad story of a poor, female Muslim teacher in Sweden:
20-year-old Fardous El-Sakka had been working as a substitute teacher at Kunskapsskolan in Helsingborg, southern Sweden, since August. As her religious beliefs dictate, she did not shake hands with her male colleagues, putting her hand on her heart and bowing instead. Yet one of the male staff members was offended by her refusing him a handshake, Swedish newspaper Expressen states, and reported the incident to the school authorities.
The muzzie had a chat with the boss.
Fardous was called in for a talk with the principal, who told her that staff members are required to respect the school’s values if they want to work there, such as gender equality, for instance.
“She stood up and said, ‘Then I go now,’” Münchmeyer said.