Of course they do.
Forcing non-Muslims to adopt Muslim norms is part and parcel with Islamic sharia. This is not an anomaly, this is entirely keeping with Islamic supremacist views which form the basis of Islam 101.
H/T: Scottish Infidel
Female teachers at Islamic school ‘made to sign contract agreeing to wear headscarf even if they’re NOT Muslim’
- Female staff at Al-Madinah School, Derby, claim they have been asked to wear hijabs and make females sit at the back of classes
- Non-Halal food and unacceptable jewellery also banned, it is claimed
- Muslim faith free school was established in 2012 and caters for 200 students aged four to 16
- National Union of Teachers have said they are ‘worried over practices concerning discrimination at the school’
By LIZZIE EDMONDS
PUBLISHED: 11:57 GMT, 20 September 2013 | UPDATED: 14:49 GMT, 20 September 2013
Female teachers at a Muslim school have been told to cover their heads with Islamic scarves during school hours – even if they are not Muslim.
Staff at Al-Madinah School, Derby, claim they have been told to sign new contracts agreeing to wear hijabs and even make girls sit at the back of classes.
The Muslim faith school, which caters for 200 students aged four to 16, are also thought to have forbidden teachers from bringing in non-Halal food or wearing unacceptable jewellery.
Non-Asian staff have been spotted removing the headwear immediately after stepping outside the school building during lunch hour, but refused to reveal the extent of the school’s demands.
It is thought that at least five teachers at the school have complained to union bosses the dress code change – which was introduced over the summer.
Stunned staff at the free school – who would face losing their jobs if they refused to agree – are now working with the National Union of Teachers to seek legal advice.
Sue Arguile, branch secretary of Derby National Union of Teachers (NUT), insists that the possible breach of employment law is a result of the Al-Madinah’s status as a free school.
She said: ‘We have always had a number of concerns about this school ever since it was first set up as essentially they can do what they like.
‘There is no buffer between them and the state and no protection for staff and pupils.
‘Our understanding is that the teaching staff were told about the contractual changes over the summer in time for the new academic year.
‘But at least five teachers – both male and female – have made complaints to the union of concerns about the school breaching employment law.