Dutch School Pays Two Muslim Girls 500 Euros Compensation For Having Class Photo Day During Ramadan | Heat Street:
"A school in the Netherlands was forced to pay two Muslim girls 500 Euros each because their class photo day was held during Ramadan and the two weren’t able to attend.
The Maria Montessori School in the Hague was sued over the incident in 2015, with the school accused of discrimination.
Their parents had initially demanded compensation of 10,000 Euros.
The court found the school guilty and ordered it to pay the students – who have not been identified – 500 Euros each, Dutch broadcaster RTL News reported.
The lawyer of the two girls, Laura Zuydgeest, said the situation was a clear case of school engaging in discrimination against its Muslim pupils because they were the only ones affected..."