Here we go again. Islamic supremacist demands on the secular marketplace. It is not necessary for a Muslim to pray at a certain time. These actions are merely devices in which to impose Islam on non-believers. Prayer is required on a strict schedule, but many imams allow a Muslim to "make up" prayers after work or school. This is true even in Muslim countries, i.e., Iran.
By Josh Letner Globe Staff Writer
NOEL, Mo. — Approximately 130 Muslim workers, many of whom are Somali refugees, who walked off the job at the Tyson Foods processing plant in Noel on Friday, have returned to their shifts after reaching a tentative agreement with management allowing for prayer time.
Tyson officials and workers met Monday afternoon, and agreed to negotiate a long-term solution.
Muslims are required to pray five times daily at specific times, including 5 p.m., which was the time most in dispute between employees and a new management team at the plant.
Tyson officials and a Union representative have said the Noel plant is the most culturally diverse in the company.
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