Birmingham Metropolitan College is being accused of discrimination against Muslim students for prohibiting students, employees and visitors from wearing garments that obscure the face, including the niqab, a veil worn by some Muslim women that covers the face save for the eyes, The Telegraph reported. Officials at the college said that caps, hats and hoodies are also prohibited and that there is a need for individuals on campus to be easily identifiable in order to keep students safe.
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