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Teaching assistant left with a stammer over taunts she wasn't a "good Muslim", hearing told
A teaching assistant at a Birmingham school linked to the alleged Trojan Horse plot claimed colleagues taunted her and said she wasn't a "good Muslim" as she refused to wear headscarf.
Shakila Hussain said the bullying by fellow Muslim teaching assistants Rehena Khanom, Yasmin Akhtar, and Shahnaz Bibi left her feeling so stressed she developed a stammer.
Mrs Hussain was giving evidence at an employment tribunal in which the three teaching assistants from Adderley Primary School in Saltley are claiming unfair dismissal - along with a fourth teaching assistant, Hilary Owens.
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