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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The Religion of Special Needs files suit, as usual

Brillion, Wis. -- We have to stop allowing our institutions and businesses to be bullied by Islamic organizations in their use of 'lawfare' in order to force Sharia down our throats.

A make-believe civil liberties group known as the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) which is actually an unindicted co-conspirator along with the Muslim Brotherhood in the Holy Land Foundation trials, is representing Muslim employees of a Wisconsin company.

CAIR has filed a religious discrimination complaint against the company for not allowing the special needs of the Muslims. They need to pray five times a day, especially while infidels work without a prayer break, or they will not pass "Go" and go straight to hell.

The need to take prayer breaks that cannot wait until work is done, is fairly unique to the Religion of Special Needs. This may, in fact, be the reason why so few Islamic nations have made technological gains in fields like medicine, science, technology and aerospace. 

Ariens Co., a lawnmower and snow blower manufacturer, fired seven Muslim employees this year for taking unauthorized and unscheduled breaks for prayer time. Thankfully, another 14 Muslim employees resigned over the normal break policy that didn't give them extra time for the same pay. How un-Islamic of Ariens. 

The company had a rule of two 10-minute breaks per work shift in January. For some reason, they want to make money in order to pay their employees. But the company was gracious enough to allow Muslims to leave their work stations a third time to accommodate prayers, but learned that by doing so, it would disrupt production and create a loss of revenue, so they stopped giving Muslims special privileges and made them do what infidels were required to do--work with two breaks instead of three.

CAIR filed a federal discrimination complaint Tuesday.

Ariens spokeswoman Ann Stilp said the company employs 27 Muslims and their special needs are met with their own prayer rooms.

Not good enough. CAIR wanted heads to roll over this slight and is using lawfare to get back at the infidels. They are accusing Ariens of not providing its Muslim employees with "reasonable accommodations" for religious practices, which they are obligated to do so by law, provided they do not result in a hardship for the employer.

Why we don't outlaw CAIR and kick their jihadist-Sharia butts out of the country is beyond me. I have no doubts that in 100 years, we will all be facing Mecca when we pray, and those who refuse will be facing death.