Same incident but different stories. Bild wrote as headline:"Female German teacher bullied away from school by Muslims"
The respective incident ocurred about seven months ago.
The mass circulation 'Bildzeitung' reported about a female teacher Ursula E. (59) for math and arts (having worked for 18 years at the school) who allegedly got suspended and officially advised 'to apply' for transfer to another school after she had mistakenly served a pork schnitzel instead of a chicken schnitzel to a Muslim student at her ' 302 student - high school' (Christophorus Gesamtschule, Betzdorf, Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate, SW-Germany ) in the cafeteria where she was on duty for lunch service for the young crowds.
A young Turkish student asked her what kind of schnitzel he got. Ursula E. didn't know whether it was pork ('haram') or chicken ('halal'). Another Turkish student, a girl, having heard her saying that, immediately gave her schnitzel to a German girl.
Ursula E. got an angry call from the boy's mother the next day. A few days later 15 Turkish mothers and fathers of other students appeared at the school, and wanted the headmaster to fire the teacher. The school's directorate immediately suspended Ursula E. and notified the state school commissioner for the respective district.
The supervising state official gave Ursula E. the advice to personally apply for getting transferred to another school. After the 'incident' all students have been served only vegetarian, chicken oder beef food in their cafeteria albeit having only 45 Muslim students there.
The teacher has tried to apologize a couple of times to the young student she mistakenly served the dish, in vain.
She has been on paid sick leave for seven months due to depression and states of anxiety and has sued the school against her suspension.
A press speaker of the supervising education authority denied Ursula E.'s suspension but affirmed the sick leave of hers. "The incident at the school is no issue anymore there, and, in the meantime, even pork has been served again", the speaker said.
The conservative-oriented F.A.Z. wrote in today's (Thurs) edition on page two:" Betzdorf - pork in schnitzel's coat ".
The speaker of the supervising authority (ADD) told FAZ that after the incident a few Turkish parents had complained to the principal. Whether or not the demand of firing the teacher was expressed by them, the speaker couldn't confirm. The principal did not suspend Ursula E., instead he gave her the advice to stay at home for a couple of days in order to cool off the tensions.
After seven months of paid sick leave, the ADD will be checking Ursula's fitness for further school service. The medical check will determine whether or not the teacher shall be sent to early retirement due to her 'disabilities'.
The speaker of the state education ministry of Rhineland-Palatinate also denied Ursula suspension from school service.
Inspired by and commented on the following article:
(Edited, and translated)
WENN MULTI-KULTI ZUM IRRSINN WIRDDeutsche Lehrerin von Moslems weggemobbt!
WEIL SIE MUSLIMISCHEN SCHÜLERN VERSEHENTLICH SCHWEINESCHNITZEL GAB
Translation: When 'multi-culti' gets crazy - Female German teacher bullied away by Muslims - because she mistakenly gave pork to Muslim students