Another Muslim workplace lawsuit in order to impose Islam on the workplace. This is what they do.
“In the lawsuit filed Wednesday, attorneys for Fadumo Sardeye accused her managers and coworkers for harassing her for the religious accommodations she requested. Those incidents listed in the federal complaint include initially denying her vacation request during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and demanding she show where in the Quran it says she could not touch pork products or alcohol.”
The reality is this: “Walmart fired Sardeye on Nov. 15, 2017, citing too many attendance issues.” She was fired because she wasn’t showing up for her job. Now she is trying to demonize and penalize Walmart for firing her, and to force Walmart to accept even more accommodation of Islamic mores.
Islamic supremacists chip, chip, chip away at the establishment clause, and in doing so, impose Islam on the secular marketplace. Muslim lawsuits against Hertz, Wal-Mart, Target, Disney and a host of other American businesses for special rights and special accommodation have been largely successful creating a special rights for a special class of people — which is an accordance with Islam (in which Muslims are superior to the kuffar). But it goes against every American tenet of individual rights and separation of mosque and state.
Read the chapter, “Mosqueing the Workplace” in my book, Stop the Islamization of America, to better understand this de facto imposition of sharia in America.
“Muslim woman sues Walmart for discrimination after being fired from West Knoxville store,” by Holly Meyer, Nashville Tennessean, November 9, 2018 (thanks to Lookmann):
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A Muslim woman fired last year from a West Knoxville Walmart is suing the retail giant in federal court for religious discrimination and retaliation.
In the lawsuit filed Wednesday, attorneys for Fadumo Sardeye accused her managers and coworkers for harassing her for the religious accommodations she requested.
Those incidents listed in the federal complaint include initially denying her vacation request during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and demanding she show where in the Quran it says she could not touch pork products or alcohol.
“She lost her job simply because she was a Muslim who was born in Somalia,” said Jerry Martin, an attorney with Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison representing Sardeye.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in the Middle District of Tennessee, also accuses Sardeye’s managers of retaliating against her after she contacted Walmart’s corporate office to report the discrimination. A corporate investigator reprimanded the management of the Knoxville store at 8445 Walbrook Drive.
Afterward, Sardeye faced scheduling issues, according to the lawsuit.She was repeatedly penalized for working the shifts her supervisor told her to report for, although they did not match the times listed in the store’s computerized scheduling system, the suit said. Walmart fired Sardeye on Nov. 15, 2017, citing too many attendance issues.
Walmart did not immediately respond Thursday to the USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee’s request for comment.
Sardeye, 54, is suing Walmart for violating the federalCivil [sic] Rights Act. She isseeking [sic] an unspecified amount in damages, including back pay, lost compensation and job benefits.
Religious accommodations not an issue at Memphis store
Sardeye, who was born in Somalia and moved to the U.S. in the early 1990s, spent about 18 years working at Walmart stores in Tennessee.
The lawsuit describes Sardeye as a devout Muslim who wears a hijab, areligious [sic] head covering. She believes her religion prohibits her from consuming or handling pork products or alcohol and requires her to take off work to observe religious holidays such as Ramadan and Eid al-Adha.
She spent the vast majority of her tenure with the company working at a Memphis store whose management had no issue accommodating Sardeye’s religious restrictions, the lawsuit states. Thoseincluded [sic] not scheduling her to work as a cashier or in the Memphis store’s grocery department so she could avoid handling pork products and alcohol….
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