D The Landesarbeitsgericht Hannover has the dismissal of a suspected Islamist at the car manufacturer Volkswagen declared ineffective. The mere suspicion of belonging to a radical militant movement is not enough for a termination of the employment contract, judged on Monday, the judges in Hanover. The verdict is not yet legally binding. A revision to the Federal Labor Court is possible. VW had terminated the assembly worker because of the suspicion that he wanted to join the militant jihad. As the ” image “Reported, the 30-year-old has been noticed several times in the past. He is said to have been wronged, among others, with convicted returnees and stopped at the entry into Syrian war zone. “Only in the case of a concrete disruption of the employment relationship such circumstances are suitable as grounds for dismissal”, was the reason for this. Volkswagen but could not prove such a concrete disorder – and not that the man could disturb the peace or security in the operation. “Purely external circumstances can not justify the termination of an employment relationship without notice or on time,” it said (AZ .: 15 Sa 319/17). A spokesman for Volkswagen said that first the reasoning should be awaited. Then it is decided whether to go in revision. The company continued to believe that the termination was justified. also read The labor court of Braunschweig had decided in February 2017 that the car maker a continued employment of the man was not reasonable, because the relationship of trust was shattered. The man had been deprived of his passport after a failed departure for Syria. He is said to have joined an Islamist cell of the terrorist militia Islamic State in Wolfsburg. However, he got a new passport a few weeks ago, according to the state labor court.