German doctor refuses to treat Muslim women wearing hijab
A doctor based in the south German city of Waechtersbach has banned his female Muslim patients from wearing the hijab in his office, the daily Gelnhäuser Neue Zeitung reported on Friday.
Doctor Rainer Peters justified his discriminatory policy by alleging he had always what he called difficulties with Muslims.
He also initiated a series of other rules in his office deemed insulting and discriminatory to Muslims migrants, according to the report.
See the notice in Peters’ surgery, above. He also refuses to treat patients who do not speak German and Muslim familes with more than five children.