- We are being discriminated against in the workplace, and while we are on the procurement.
- It is not acceptable to harass muslim women.
- It is not only the niqab-clad women, but also women with headscarves, which are experiencing an increase in hate crimes. the
- It must stop now! the
- Share the video and help spread awareness.
How to write the women behind the group of Women in a Dialogue about the violent video they put up on Facebook last Wednesday. In the video tells a crying woman in a niqab, how she was verbally attacked in Kvickly - and on the video, which is viewed more than 300,000 times, you can also, to another customer, pushing into her with his shopping cart.
Watch the video here.
- When the politicians leading muslim-settlements law and blatantly discriminate against muslims, then they create Islamophobia. the
- When muslims are stigmatized and marginalized in the public debate, negative behavior against muslims suddenly 'acceptable'.
- It is the politicians who are responsible for the borders in the public space moves.
- Some ignorant people, who only know muslims from the media, copying the way in which the politicians refer to muslims. Exactly what use they are, when they confront us in our daily lives, writes Women in the dialogue on in the advertisement which is commented on more than 1400 times. The most popular comment is written by Atila A:
- I sku have been there.....
And to all the cowards who are just looking at.. Embarrassed you....
- We all have a responsibility towards each other. Muslims as well as non-muslims!
Jens Juul Nielsen, director of Information in the COOP, affirms across the nation!, that the incident occurred in a warehouse in Aarhus. But he can not confirm that the woman was asked to leave the place:
- Our position is that we do not involve ourselves in our customers ' attire.
- Our intervention included all parties, where we asked them to behave properly.
- No one was asked to leave the department store, as they muted themselves.
- So it was not the case, we took the party to one or other party, writes Jens Juul Nielsen, but what are you thinking?