BRITISH TEENAGER LOSES BATTLE TO WEAR "PURITY RING" --COURT DEFINES "PROPER" EXPRESSIONS OF CHRISTIANITY
A British teen, Lydia Playfoot, has lost her claim in High Court to wear a "purity ring" to school.
Her lawyer had argued that the school, which allows Muslim and Sikh students to wear headscarves and religious bracelets, was violating Lydia's right to "freedom of thought, conscience and religion" under Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The court ruled that that the ring was not an integral part of the Christian faith and upheld the school's right to enforce its uniform policy.
Essentially, the pro-Islamic, anti-Christian British government is now defining the permissible expressions of the Christian faith. This denies Christians the right to freely express their faith. This is a blow to Christianity in Britain and brings the Nation a step closer to the formal establishment of Eurabia.
Miss Playfoot stated: "I am very disappointed by the decision this morning by the High Court not to allow me to wear my purity ring to school as an expression of my Christian faith not to have sex outside of marriage."
She said she believed the ruling "will mean that slowly, over time, people such as school governors, employers, political organisations and others will be allowed to stop Christians from publicly expressing and practising their faith".
Compiled from various new sources.