Expatica quotes Antwerp trade union representative Badia Miri, one of seven Muslim women employed by the city of Antwerp who were forced to remove their headscarves, as saying: “The Antwerp city government says that neutrality is endangered if staff wear a cross or headscarf. But in our experience action has only been taken against the Muslim women. If the city government is really concerned about neutrality, then Christmas trees and Easter eggs should no longer be allowed at work.”
And how does Expatica report this? In an article headlined “Muslims want ban on Easter eggs“!
Update: the “story” has now been taken up by the fascists: BNP regional news, 23 August 2007