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CANTERBURY, England (RNS) The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that equality laws trump personal religious beliefs after rejecting three of four appeals filed by British Christians who were fired or disciplined for expressing religious beliefs in the workplace. By Trevor Grundy.

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  1. Do the British not allow Islamists to wear hijab? Do they forbid yamulkas? Then what’s the problem with a cross? Double standard. There is a marked anti-Christian phenomenon going about, and its purpose is to undermine the Judeo-Christian Western world. Once the underpinings of the civilization can be reduced to rubble, it will be far easier for another group to make the headway that they are aiming for.

  1. […]      EUROPEAN COURT SAYS UK EQUALITY LAWS TRUMP PERSONAL RELIGIOUS BELIEFS The European Court of Human Rights Jan. 15 ruled that equality laws trump personal religious beliefs, rejecting three of four appeals filed by British Christians who were fired or disciplined for expressing religious beliefs in the workplace…. Read this in full at http://www.religionnews.com/2013/01/15/european-court-says-u-k-equality-laws-trump-personal-religiou… […]

  2. […] The European Court of Human Rights Jan. 15 ruled that equality laws trump personal religious beliefs, rejecting three of four appeals filed by British Christians who were fired or disciplined for expressing religious beliefs in the workplace…. Read this in full at http://www.religionnews.com/2013/01/15/european-court-says-u-k-equality-laws-trump-personal-religiou… […]

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