FILE - This is a Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. file photo of British Airways check-in employee Nadia Eweida, shows her Christian cross to the media, as she arrives at the Royal Courts of Ju

 

              FILE - This is a Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. file photo  of  British Airways check-in employee Nadia Eweida, shows her Christian cross to the media, as she arrives at the Royal Courts of Ju
FILE - This is a Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. file photo of British Airways check-in employee Nadia Eweida, shows her Christian cross to the media, as she arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice to fight a ruling that she was not a victim of religious discrimination by British Airways. British Airways discriminated against Eweida a devoutly Christian airline employee by making her remove a crucifix at work, Europe's highest court ruled Tuesday Jan. 15, 2013 . But the court rejected discrimination cases by three other Christian claimants. Nadia Eweida sparked a national debate in Britain over religion in public life when she was sent home in November 2006 for refusing to comply with rules banning employees from wearing visible religious symbols. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)