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Requirement not to attend Mosque indirectly discriminatory

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    Yassin v Northwest Homecare Ltd [1993] IT/19088/92 (0 other reports)

A Muslim trainee who was required to give up attending Mosque on Friday afternoons in order to be employed was indirectly discriminated against on grounds of race, rules a Liverpool industrial tribunal (Chair: E Lloyd Parry) in Yassin v Northwest Homecare Ltd.

On Tuesday 14 January 1992 Mr Yassin, a Muslim, began a training course for employment by Northwest Homecare Ltd as a salesperson.