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Polish IKEA manager could face jail after firing homophobic employee

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A human resources manager at a Polish branch of IKEA could face jail after he was charged with religious discrimination. The manager had fired an employee, known only as Tomasz K., who posted homophobic Bible verses on the staff’s intranet which called for the death of gay people, and then refused to remove them.

The two verses he posted were: “Woe to him through whom scandals come, it would be better for him to tie a millstone around his neck and plunge him in the depths of the sea,” and “If a

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