18-year-old Nisa says women in headscarves should be bold enough to take up any sport monopolised by men.
The court in Germany cited a policy that prohibits civil servants from wearing religious clothing.
Father tells police that his son has been mentally unsound since a car accident 15 years ago.
The 24-year-old Indonesian factory worker says her assailant seemed of unsound mind and merely shoved her head back.
The video shows a man slapping a woman apparently because she was not wearing a headscarf.
He says Employment Act will be amended to address issue of workplace discrimination.
Labour Department deputy DG says 7 hotels in Putrajaya first on the line, with more hotels to be visited soon in Kedah, Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
While the hotel hijab ban has angered many, some government departments think nothing of making their Muslim women employees wear the tudung.
PKR MP Nurul Izzah wants immediate gender-sensitive briefing for MPs.
Lawyer calls policy on frontline hotel staff not being able to wear the 'tudung' as 'discrimination based on religion and gender'.
Its head, Mas Ermieyati Samsudin, says people have freedom to practise their religion, as enshrined in the constitution.
Roszie Amir says sales have been brisk from the first vending machine placed at The Mines Shopping Mall.
Dorsa Derakhshani, 19, holds the titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster with the World Chess Federation (FIDE).
Lawyer Siti Kasim slams the actions of the auxiliary policeman in trying to chase away family taking shelter from the rain inside mosque just because one of them was not wearing a headscarf.
Sermon notes that the arrival of Islam changed how women used to be looked down upon and considered as objects to satisfy lust and greed.
While a company could impose a neutral dress code if it pursued a legitimate aim, Sharpston said it was hard to see how such a measure could be seen as proportionate in the present case.