The Salvation Army has pledged to probe a complaint against one of its schools in Hong Kong after a senior teacher and the principal were accused of telling a Muslim pupil she could not wear a headscarf, or hijab, in school.A female Muslim teaching assistant who decided to support the pupil by wearing a headscarf herself was likewise allegedly told to remove it. The senior teacher and principal have also been accused of making discriminatory remarks.The Education Bureau said The Salvation Army…



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