Hijab Rules By Thomas Fleming In an 8-1 decision that surprised no one, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Muslim woman’s right to wear a head-scarf in defiance of an employer’s dress code. Abercrombie and Fitch—a maker of overpriced preppy status clothing—had implemented a dress code that required sales staff to dress in in the style of A&F’s product line. Among the prohibited items was any form of head-covering. A Muslim woman took the job without informing the company either of her religion or her intention to wear a head scarf. A&F’s lawyers took the line that...
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