July 21, 2009, - 2:30 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
In the past, I’ve written on this site about several national security and Islamo-pandering behaviors by Walmart (used to be “Wal-mart” but the store dropped the dash relatively recently).
I’ve written about how Wal-Mart pressured janitorial contractors to hire illegal aliens and how ICE let the retail giant get away with it with a tiny fine and didn’t prosecute the executives on tape urging the use of illegals. And I’ve written about how Wal-Mart sold Nazi Death’s Head T-shirts.
And don’t forget the stores two well known spokespeople who were (and remain) apologists for Islamofascism (here and here).
I’ve also written about Wal-Mart’s Muslim/halal store in Dearbornistan, a store which not only panders to Shi’ite, Hezbollah-supporting Muslims, but which violated anti-trust and unfair trade practices laws, by assuring local Muslim merchants that it would not compete with them on prices and would charge more than they do, so as not to put them out of biz. It’s called price-fixing, and it’s illegal. That Wal-Mart store also made donations to several openly pro-HAMAS/pro-Hezbollah Islamic and Muslim-dominated Arab charities in the area.
Given all this, why the heck is anyone surprised that Walmart pandered to CAIR in Minnesota and is now allowing Muslim employees to pray on the premises? It’s not a shocker. Wal-Mart is Wal-Mosque.
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.
As-Salaam Aleikum to Walmart. How May I Jihad You?