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School threatens legal action after Muslim girl told skirt is ‘too long’

Siham Hamud, 12, refused to wear shorter skirt and now parents face court over unauthorised absences

The parents of a Muslim girl who was sent home from school for wearing a skirt that was deemed “too long” are being threatened with legal action.

Siham Hamud, 12, described being bullied for her religious beliefs after being sent home every day in December from Uxbridge high school in Hillingdon, Middlesex, and told to only come back when she wore a shorter skirt.

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