May 26, 2012
By Tehmina Kazi
Recently, the debate over secularism in the UK has come increasingly to the fore, especially after the much-publicised case of a Christian woman, Nadia Eweida, who was asked to cover the cross she was wearing while at work for British Airways.
As British Muslims we are able, for the most part, to practice our faith in an atmosphere of respect and security, with recourse to established anti-discrimination provisions if this is not the case. Many public sector workplaces now have multi-faith prayer rooms, and halal food options are available in school canteens.
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