'You follow your religion and let me follow mine,' says Heena Sidhu
Court rules dry cleaning business violated woman's freedom of expression
Kubra Dagli won gold with a teammate in the Poomsae category at the World Taekwondo Championships in Lima, Peru earlier this month
"I wanted something for everyone: men and women from every background"
US champion says she is likely to boycott a tournament she says is 'supporting women’s oppression'
Mr Wobmann claims it is 'unequal treatment' that headscarves are allowed in passport photos while headbands and caps are not
'If you are comfortable with working without the hijab then you can have the job,' the prospective employer wrote in a text
'Racism in Austria is increasing, we constantly see it,' says victim's husband
Salon owner Merete Hodne compared the hijab to Nazi symbols
The woman is reading a book and wearing a black hijab
Female officers 'will be able to cover their heads' under their caps or berets for the first time
London’s Metropolitan Police introduced the hijab 15 years ago and its representation in the ranks of the people it serves is still woeful
Mother and children reduced to tears after being surrounded by crowd shouting 'Go home' and 'We’re Catholics'
Regulator reveals The Sun’s Kelvin MacKenzie did not lodge a complaint himself despite calling for readers to do so
A woman's right to choose sits at the heart of the debate around both, says the leader of the biggest social movement against enforced hijab in Iran
The groups said religious symbols could undermine confidence in the legal system