Fatemeh Anvari, a grade 3 teacher in Quebec, Canada, was removed from her post because a law in the province prevents her from wearing a hijab at work.
The Canadian prime minister said the law, which a court said violates the religious rights of Muslims, should be decided by voters there.
"The values test is based on stereotypes about Muslims. Let's not pretend that it is anything else."
From mosque shootings to Quebec’s anti-religious symbols bill, more Muslim women are living in fear.
The Quebec government wants to ban public servants from wearing religious symbols. But for one of the world's most tolerant cities, there’s an unlikely way out.