The Supreme Administrative court dismissed an appeal filed by Mona Prince, who teaches English literature, against a decision by a lower court affirming state-run University of Suez’s decision to fire her.

It ruled that the videos undermined her image as a university professor who is required to uphold and promote values.

The court said she had deviated “from the scientific description of the academic curricula, and spreading ideas that contradict heavenly beliefs and public order”, the Reuters news agency reports.

The university sacked her in 2018 following an interview inquiry over the video she had posted on her Facebook page.

The court’s verdict is final and bars her from working in private or public universities.