French rabbi told to remove kippa at Toulouse polling station


Rabbi lodges complaint for discrimination after being told to remove skullcap because voting was in a state school and subject to secularism laws.

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A rabbi in the city of Toulouse has filed a complaint for discrimination after a polling clerk told him he would have to remove his kippa, or Jewish skullcap, before voting in local elections, reports FRANCE 24.