A Christian therapist in England who was suspended after being accused of evangelizing to a Muslim colleague has suffered another loss in court.  Victoria Wasteney, the former head of Forensic Occupational Therapy at a hospital in London, was issued a nine-month suspension by East London National Health Service in 2014 after an eight-page complaint was filed against her by a Muslim colleague named Enya Nawaz. As has been reported, Nawaz and Wasteney, a

born-again Christian, developed a relationship while working at the St. John Howard Centre in East London and at points discussed religious differences. Nawaz’s complaint accused Wasteney of trying to convert her to Christianity. Wasteney reportedly offered to pray with Nawaz, gave her a book authored by a Muslim convert to Christianity and invited her to an event organized by her church.  READ MORE