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Topic - British Airways Cross Controversy
British Airways discriminated against a devoutly Christian airline employee by making her remove a crucifix at work, Europe's highest court ruled Tuesday. But the court rejected discrimination cases by three other Christian claimants.
Eweida, 60, said when she heard the verdict "I was jumping for joy and saying 'thank you Jesus.'"
"It's a vindication that Christians have a right to express their faith on par with other colleagues at work visibly and not be ashamed of their faith," she said.