Mahamoud Ahmed was racially abused while working at the country’s embassy in London.
man who suffered racial discrimination while working at the Qatari embassy in London has called on Britain’s foreign secretary to change the law so diplomats who abuse staff can be expelled.
Mahamoud Ahmed, 79, was found to have been racially abused by medical attache Abdullah Al Ansari while working at the Mayfair embassy as a night security officer.
Somalian-born Mr Ahmed was called a “black slave”, “donkey” and “dog”, and was pushed by the Qatari diplomat during an incident in 2013.
An employment tribunal in London last month found Mr Ahmed had then been dismissed by Mr Al Ansari on the basis of his race and he was awarded £8,000 in damages.