This is a unique phenomenon in the American workplace. Christians and Jews and Hindus do not generally sue when they don’t get jobs. This Hamas-CAIR complaint against Samsung is yet another way of imposing Islam on the kuffar. Plenty of people are not given jobs for which they interview. It happens every day. Plenty of people are told that they wouldn’t be a good fit for a particular company. Hamas-CAIR is trying to establish special rights for a special class – Muslims. That is sharia. Muslims are superior – that’s sharia. And once people start hiring Muslims even when they’re unqualified, for fear of lawsuits such as this one, they will take their demands to the next level, as they did at Hertz. At Hertz, Muslim workers demanded prayer breaks; Hertz agreed. But Muslims were disappearing during prayer breaks. Hertz responded by asking them only to clock in and out during prayer times. Muslims refused, and Hertz was being sued for religious intolerance.
Meanwhile, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, has become a battering ram against companies, forcing them to adhere to sharia principles. This hasn’t changed under Trump. The overreach of the EEOC is monstrous: One particularly extreme example of its interference was its support of two Muslim truck drivers who were suing the company that dismissed them for refusing to transport alcohol; they were awarded $240,000 for this refusal to do the job for which they had been hired.
Read the chapter titled “Mosqueing the Workplace” in my book Stop the Islamization of America to better understand this de facto imposition of sharia in America. It always works the same way: Every accommodation gives way to more demands. Everywhere American practices conflict with sharia, it is our practices that must give way. Muslims impose their work times, their sharia, on non-Muslim co-workers and punish companies that refuse to submit.
Litigation jihad is a huge industry, and American companies are being held hostage by Muslim workers and Hamas-CAIR. It’s time to call a halt, and to say that there will be no more accommodation.
“Samsung Accused Of Religious Discrimination During Job Interview,” CBS SF, October 26, 2018:
MENLO PARK (CBS SF) – The Council on American-Islamic Relations has filed a complaint against Samsung on behalf of a Muslim man who alleges religious discrimination during a job interview at the company in 2017, CAIR said Thursday.
The man interviewed at the company in Menlo Park in October of last year and was allegedly asked inappropriate questions regarding his religion before being denied the job, according to CAIR’s complaint to the state Department of Fair Employment & Housing.
One interviewer allegedly described several activities that involved drinking alcohol and going out to drink, and said the man couldn’t participate in company culture because Muslims don’t drink.
“The other director and I often go out to drink with the team until 2 a.m. and then pass out in the office and then get up at 7 and work again, and it’s important to the team, so you might be a bad fit because we get ‘silly’ when we drink and you do not drink,” the interviewer allegedly told the man, according to CAIR.
The interviewee said he didn’t mind their drinking when asked if it would be an issue, according to CAIR, but was told the next day he didn’t receive the job.
He was also asked about his national origin, according to CAIR, which claims Samsung denied him a job opportunity through discrimination of his “actual and perceived” religious beliefs….
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