The European Court of Human Rights rejects complaints against France

The European Court of Human Rights has thrown out the human rights complaints of French parents who deemed it wrong their children were excluded from public schools because of their conspicuous religious signs (i.e. their hijabs and turbans). Instead, the European Court claimed that that it supported the law for it seeks to protect children from exclusion and does not view the March 2004 law as a hindrance of religious rights.

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