CAIR, an outgrowth of the Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas infrastructure in America, issued a press release yesterday to announce they have convinced a Wal-Mart store in Minnesota to Accommodate Muslim Worker's Prayers:
The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) announced today that a Wal-Mart store in that state has agreed to accommodate a Muslim employee's right to pray in the workplace. CAIR-MN said the religious accommodation came after its intervention in the case of a Muslim Wal-Mart employee who was reportedly fired for violating a new supervisor's ban on prayer during work breaks. A previous supervisor had allowed the worker to perform his daily prayers. Following discussions between CAIR-MN and local and national representatives of Wal-Mart, the Muslim worker was re-hired and allowed to perform his prayers during breaks. "We appreciate Wal-Mart's handling of this case and its willingness to accommodate the religious practices of employees," said CAIR-MN Civil Rights Coordinator Zahra Aljabri. Aljabri noted that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Minnesota Human Rights Act protect the right of any employee with a bona fide religious belief to have accommodation in the workplace as long as that accommodation does not cause "undue hardship" for the employer.
Likewise, devout Christians, Jews, Budists, Hindus and so on should take advantage of their right to prayer at work and become more vocal in this regard There is a massive force in the world (i.,e, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hizb ut-Tahrir, Islamists, OIC, and jihadists) who all want Islam to dominate over all other religions and political parties. This ideology is in the Koran and the intent of this book is to bring everyone under Islamic authority. However, it is important to point out there are Muslims in America who do NOT believe in the political component of Islam and they lead a lonely fight against Islamists here in America. Dr. Zuhdi Jasser and his organization, American Islamic Forum for Democracy is one of these brave and strong Muslims. These are the voices of Muslims that need to rise up in America.