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Britain fights Christians' right to wear cross

Christian activists in Britain are furious at the arguments their government will use against them when Europe's highest court considers whether employees have the right to wear crosses that show over their uniforms.

Britain will argue that the two Christian women at the center of the case had the option of quitting their jobs and working elsewhere, so they are not covered by European human rights law, according to legal papers obtained by CNN.

"Employees who face work requirements incompatible with their faith, and have the option of resigning and seeking alternative employment, cannot claim for a breach of Article 9" of the European Convention on Human Rights, Britain will argue.

The government will also say that wearing a cross is not a requirement of Christianity, so wearing one in public is not protected by the law.

The European Court of Human Rights has agreed to hear the case


Added: Mar-12-2012 Occurred On: Mar-12-2012
By: Surfsock
Tags: UK, Sell out, over run, multiculturalism, failed country, zionist
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