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Nohad Halawi

Nohad HalawiChristian worker, Nohad Halawi, was sacked from her job at London’s Heathrow Airport after false rumours that she was "anti-Islam". Despite working at Terminal 3 for 13 years, and having many friends of different faiths among staff members, Mrs Halawi, was summarily dismissed following un-substantiated complaints by five Muslim colleagues about her conduct.


  • October 28th, 2014
    The Court of Appeal has today ruled that a Christian worker who lost her job at Heathrow airport after spurious 'anti-Islam' complaints were made against her, has no employment protection rights. In the judgment, Lady Justice Arden said ‘I too have an uneasy feeling that the complex arrangements have the effect that the Appellant has no remedy for discrimination…’
  • June 27th, 2014
    On Wednesday (25 June), the Court of Appeal heard the case of Christian Legal Centre, Nohad Halawi, who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow airport after her comments were incorrectly perceived by Muslim colleagues as being offensive to Islam.
  • June 20th, 2014
    The case of a Christian Legal Centre client, who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow airport on the basis of false rumours that she was 'anti-Islam', will be heard at the Court of Appeal this Wednesday (25 June).
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