June 3, 2013, - 8:59 am
Obama’s EEOC Sues Trucking Company After Muslim Who Refused to Transport Alcohol Fired; Not First Time
This isn’t the first time a Muslim sued a trucking company after he refused to do his job and transport alcohol (as I told you, Schneider National Trucking settled with Muslim Vasant Reddy over the same thing in 2010). It’s just the latest time, and this time, he has the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) a/k/a the Minorities Litigation Commission (EEOC never helps White males or Christians or Jews who are discriminated against) behind him and suing on his behalf, which means the company will likely settle, as the last one did. Read the federal complaint filed in Illinois by the EEOC. And note that both Muslim whiners in this case have two different names each (gee, that ain’t suspicious, right?), “Mahad Abass Mahamed (formerly known as Mahad Aden) and Abdikarim Hassan Bulshale (formerly known as Abdikarim Ismail).”
The EEOC says Star Transport, a trucking company based in Morton, Ill., violated federal law by failing to accommodate two employees because of their religion, Islam, and discharging them.
The lawsuit alleges Star Transport refused to provide two employees with an accommodation of their religious beliefs when it terminated their employment because they refused to deliver alcohol. EEOC District Director John P. Rowe, who supervised the investigation prior to filing the lawsuit, says, “Our investigation revealed that Star could have readily avoided assigning these employees to alcohol delivery without any undue hardship, but chose to force the issue despite the employees’ Islamic religion.”
Failure to accommodate the religious beliefs of employees, when this can be done without undue hardship, violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion says EEOC.
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois in Peoria, follows an attempt to reach a voluntary settlement. The agency seeks back pay and compensatory and punitive damages for the fired truck drivers and an order barring future discrimination and other relief.
Yes, there is an Obama-appointed Arab activist federal judge, James E. Shadid, hearing the case. Some people see this as some sort of conspiracy, but there is supposed to be a blind draw in federal case assignment. I see it more as a reflection that more and more Arabs and Muslims are being appointed to judgeships by dhimmi politicians of both parties. Both of Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder’s Supreme Court picks are Arabs, for example, and one, Brian Zahra, is a pro-Hezbollah Arab.
In any event, this is the U.S. government fighting on behalf of Muslims for the federal establishment of shariah (parading as “civil rights”) in the United States. Your tax dollars at work.
This reminds me of Target accommodating Muslim cashiers, who–in the middle of a long line–decide they can’t ring up pizza with pepperoni or a pigskin suede jacket because it offends their over-exuberant extreme Muslim sensibilities. And Target lets them leave the line and have someone else ring it up, causing even longer lines and more time-wasting.
Here’s a tip: if you cannot perform the duties of the job, DON’T APPLY FOR THE JOB. But, instead, this is more of America capitulating to Muslims, and Muslims taking advantage of it. Cha-ching!
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