Should a Muslim woman who wears a full head covering (Niqab) remove it when giving evidence in court? That's what a judge in a London court ruled. He did say that the woman could be shielded by a screen and would only be seen by the jury and lawyers.
According to a story in the BBC, the judge said: "The ability of the jury to see the defendant for the purposes of evaluating her evidence is crucial." The judge indicated that he was "uneasy" with his ruling and urged a national debate.
This might be an interesting case to discuss in a World Religions class.