An Islamic cab driver fighting to wear traditional Muslim clothes to work was victorious in court Friday.

He may have won Friday's battle, but not the fight.

Raja Naeem could have lost his job because he refused to wear the taxi cab commissions mandated dress of black pants and a white top. The judge listened to whether this is a case of deep religious conviction or a fashion statement intentionally worn to mock the commission's rules and regulations.

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