NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #140: 50 employees of Airport Service company walk out after alleging they were ‘dissed’ by management

While the article does not identify them as Muslims, it’s apparent they are. Who else but Muslim crybabies protest because they feel that management was “disrespectful” toward them? (In other words, management won’t cater to their excessive religious demands during working hours)

Notice all the Muslim head bags in this photo

Notice all the Muslim bagheads in this photo

KSTP (h/t Megan P)  Roughly 50 employees in protest of what they claim to be disrespectful management treatment walked off the job Tuesday at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Employees of Air Serv Facility Services, Inc.—a company that cleans and maintains aircrafts, arranges ground transportation and provides security services—said they are constantly disrespected by management.

“We want the other people to see that we are not OK, we are not happy,” Air Serv employee Idreis Dahir said. “These people are not happy with the management—the way they treat us, the way they talk to us.” (Hey, don’t let the door hit you in the ass. There are probably hundreds of normal people looking to take your job)

A representative of Air Serv declined to comment on the accusations. Additionally, a request to airport officials seeking comment on whether the walkout affected travelers at the airport was not immediately returned Tuesday.

We’ve seen their little ‘victim’ game many times before:


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MYANMAR (Burma): ‘Buddhist James Bond’ is single-handedly fighting his country’s biggest enemy – Muslims

20150401184135His enemies like to refer to him as the Buddhist Bin Laden, but he has a lot more in common with the famous fictional spy – James Bond. “James Bond is a nationalist,”  says Ashin Wirathu, the cherub-faced monk  in a recent interview, and  he is defending Myanmar against the people he views as the country’s main enemy: its Muslims. (To see why, check out the links at the end)

Buddhist James Bond Ashin Wirathu

Buddhist James Bond Ashin Wirathu

LA Times  Wirathu, 46, might bear as much responsibility as any individual for the growing exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar aboard overcrowded fishing boats bound for Thailand and Malaysia and anywhere that will take them.

In speeches and Facebook posts, he has warned of an impending “jihad” against the huge Buddhist majority, and of Muslims systematically raping Buddhist women while calling for boycotts of Muslim-owned businesses. Good Buddhists, he argues, shouldn’t mix socially with Muslims, who he says are “snakes” and “mad dogs.”


“Most Muslims destroy our country, our people and the Buddhist religion,” Wirathu said. He represents the blunt edge of systematic ethnic cleansing of the domestic enemy in Myanmar that has driven about 1 million Rohingyas, a Muslim minority group, to the farthest margins of society.

Human rights groups say Wirathu and the radical movement he leads, called 969, stoked sectarian riots that have killed scores since 2012. About 100,000 Rohingyas have been forced into internment camps ridden with disease and malnutrition in the western state of Rakhine, deprived of outside assistance since the government expelled foreign aid groups in 2014.

Buddhist woman beheaded by Muslims in Myanmar

Buddhist woman beheaded by Muslims in Myanmar

Wirathu’s militant Buddhist nationalism is fed by official documentation that portrays the Rohingya as people from Bangladesh who entered Myanmar illegally and have encroached on native lands, although many Rohingya families have lived in Myanmar for generations. Government policies deny the Rohingya citizenship or the right to vote and subject them to severe restrictions on movement, marriage and procreation.

“Wirathu plays a central role with his hate truth speech and anti-Islamization sentiment that it creates, given that the Rohingya are surrounded by a hostile community that can be whipped into violence very quickly,” said Penny Green, director of the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London and author of a forthcoming report on Myanmar.


“Why are these people leaving on boats? Why would people risk certain death on the high seas? Because the existence they have, and the lack of a future, is worse.”

This fall, Myanmar, also known as Burma, will hold its first nationwide elections since five decades of military rule ended in 2011. The Obama administration eased major economic sanctions in 2012 and has broadly viewed Myanmar as a diplomatic success story.


But the Myanmar government’s treatment of the Rohingya has cast a heavy shadow over the democratic transition (only if you are a Muslim or a bleeding heart leftist).

It is difficult to see how Muslims, or any group, could pose a threat to Myanmar’s dominant religion. In this country of 51 million, 9 of 10 people are Buddhist. The Rohingya are believed to account for barely 2%, though exact figures aren’t known because they were excluded from last year’s national census. (Check links at bottom to see how much damage this 2% has caused. Myanmar wouldn’t be the first Buddhist country that Muslims turned into an Islamic hellhole by killing Buddhists and destroying their temples and historical artifacts)


The parliament is considering a package of laws that would regulate interfaith marriages and require government approval to change religions, thus feeding into Wirathu’s narrative that Muslims are trying to coerce Buddhist women into converting to Islam. He vocally supported a law that obliges women to wait three years between having children because it would “stop the Bengalis,” a derogatory term for the Rohingya.

The Obama administration and human rights groups have called the law – which President Thein Sein approved last week, according to state-run media which parliament approved this month, an assault on women’s rights and warned that it could be used to target minority groups.


By the end of the month, the Rohingya must surrender the temporary “white cards” that constitute their only official identification, which will make it all but impossible for most to move between villages, start a small business or attend school.

“Freedom of movement is very important,” said Shwe Maung, one of only two ethnic Rohingya members of parliament. “No movement means no business, no chance for a better life, no money. People will become more and more vulnerable, and want to escape.” (That’s the idea, genius)

Wirathu’s venomous tirades are at odds with the common Western conception of a Buddhist monk: a gentle, saffron-robed ascetic in the mold of the Dalai Lama. (So if the peaceful, gentle Buddhists are driven to such drastic measures, imagine how bad the Muslim problem must be)


In a nearly two-hour meeting with three journalists from The Times at the home of one of his associates in Yangon, he was genial and relaxed, snacking on yogurt and fruit as young male aides orbited around him, but his demeanor soured when the subject turned to Islam. “I read the Koran,” he said, his eyes narrowing. “To tell you the truth, I didn’t find anything I liked.”

Wirathu served eight years in prison on charges of inciting religious violence, and was released in 2011 and has been allowed to spread his message freely across the country, often with police officers sent in to clear the roads for his arrival.

In July, after Wirathu wrote in a Facebook post that two Muslim brothers had raped their Buddhist maid in Mandalay, the second-largest city, an organized mob rampaged through Muslim neighborhoods. Two Muslims were killed. The maid later confessed to fabricating her story, but the swiftness of the violence and the fact that hundreds of riot police officers did not intervene led many to believe that it had been orchestrated.


Justice Trust, a U.S.-based human rights group, said in a March report that “almost every major outbreak of communal violence since October 2012 … has been preceded by a 969-sponsored preaching tour in the area, usually by Wirathu himself.”

Powerful politicians frequently visit Wirathu at his monastery in Mandalay, leading to speculation that hard-liners from the former military government are backing him secretly and analysts say Wirathu’s message serves conservative forces well.

“Nothing is better for them than to get the country focused not on the failures of the government to move toward democracy, but on the threat to the country’s dominant religion,” said Roger Normand, founder of Justice Trust.


































Designated Terrorist Group CAIR’s scary ugly spokesIslamist says “U.S. military should NOT be honored on Memorial Day”

ZahraBillooZahra Billoo (photo right), executive director of  Muslim Brotherhood front group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-San Francisco), harbors a deep and abiding hatred for America and has decided that Memorial Day should not honor those American soldiers who have died, instead, it should honor those Muslim terrorists who were killed by American soldiers.

Top Right News (h/t Mike F)  You read that right. As nearly all Americans come together on Memorial Day to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for the country’s freedom and safety, two CAIR officials spent the holiday weekend differently: questioning whether U.S. troops deserve to be honored and tweeting that the country was “established upon white supremacy.”


The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group labeled by the Justice Department as a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity and “un-indicted co-conspirator” in a terrorism-financing trial, disingenuously claims that it is a moderate organization.

Yet, on May 23, Zahra Billoo, the radical executive-director of CAIR’s San Francisco Bay Area chapter, tweeted that she “struggles with Memorial Day each year” about whether to honor American soldiers who died in wars:


She also quoted another CAIR official, Dawud Walid, the executive-director of CAIR’s Michigan chapter, as questioning whether they should honor American soldiers that died in “unjust” wars and occupations.

That’s a direct insult to American soldiers currently serving in Afghanistan and those that have returned from Iraq, as CAIR officials consistently describe those wars with that terminology. Billoo quoted Walid as saying:


Billoo did, however, find one “soldier” she felt comfortably honoring. On May 26, she promoted an article from the anti-Semitic and anti-American Nation of Islam that asked for help for a “black liberation soldier” named Imam Jamil al-Amin:


Al-Amin was a member of the Black Panthers terrorist group and was convicted of murdering a police officer in 2000. He is also anti-American, stating “if America doesn’t come around, we’re gonna burn it down,” and “I say violence is necessary. It is as American as cherry pie.”

Al-Amin also said the U.S. Constitution is “diametrically opposed to what Allah has commanded.” THIS is who CAIR wants to honor on Memorial Day? A racist, anti-American cop-killer?

Walid, the other CAIR official, took it further yesterday Tweeting:

Dawud Walid, (left) anti-American anti-semite

Dawud Walid, (left) anti-American, pro-Hamas anti-semite


Some other notorious Dawud Walid tweets:


And they are not the only CAIR officials caught defending terrorists. Last year, the Clarion Project reported on how the chairman of the board for CAIR’s Arizona chapter, sent out tweets depicting the U.S. military as “occupiers” and “murderers.”

So a Muslim organization that Barack Obama invites to secret White House meetings, and wants you to believe is as American as apple pie, is caught once against denouncing America, and supporting Muslim jihadists.


UZBEKISTAN: Devout followers of Islam are beheading people there, too

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan has released a video in which jihadists behead one prisoner and are threatening to kill all of the captives, if the Afghan government does not release their fellow jihadists.


The video shows some of the captives delivering their messages, a jihadist delivering his warnings, and images of children in emotional settings. At 6:03, a captive is beheaded.



MUSLIM DUMPING GROUND? Australia pays Cambodia to take Muslim illegal aliens off its hands

resizeCAMBODIA says it has agreed to take its first batch of Muslim illegal aliens from Australian custody as part of a controversial deal between the countries that triggered widespread international criticism from bleeding heart leftists. Under Canberra’s hardline immigration policy, these so-called ‘asylum-seekers’ who arrive by boat are denied resettlement in Australia and sent to Papua New Guinea and Nauru, even if they are genuine refugees.

Daily Telegraph (h/t Andrea)  Four refugees held by Australia on the remote Pacific island of Nauru will soon be transferred to the impoverished Southeast Asian nation, Cambodia’s interior ministry said. Hopefully, many more will follow.


“The Ministry of Interior asked the Cambodian government to have the four refugees resettle permanently in Cambodia and the head of the government (Prime Minister Hun Sen) approved this request yesterday.”

The refugees include a Rohingya man from Mynamar, two Iranian men and one Iranian woman, all of whom were granted refugee status on Nauru and had agreed to be moved, Khieu Sopheak added.


Canberra signed a deal with Phnom Penh in September to allow those granted refugee status in Nauru to permanently resettle in Cambodia, one of the poorest nations in Southeast Asia.

The UN condemned the deal, while refugee advocates said asylum-seekers do not want to be sent to Cambodia. (Too damn bad, beggars can’t be choosers)

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Cambodia has also been criticised for its own record of helping refugees, including Vietnamese Montagnards who are often deported.

The mainly Christian ethnic minorities in Vietnam’s mountainous Central Highlands have crossed the border to Cambodia in recent years to escape discrimination.
























WAY TO GO! CHINA smashes 181 Uighur Muslim gangs in anti-terrorism crackdown In Xinjiang


Chinese authorities say they have broken up 181 violent terrorist groups in the northwestern region of Xinjiang — and that they are making progress in winning public support for their crackdown on terrorism and Islamic extremism in the region, which has been hit by Muslim violence in recent years.

IB TIMES (h/t Mike F)  The crackdown was launched in May of last year after attackers threw explosives into a crowded street market in the region’s capital, Urumqi, killing 39 people. It followed several attacks in public places around China, which authorities said were the work of Islamic separatist groups from Xinjiang.


Among these attacks was one in which 31 people were stabbed to death at a railway station in the southwestern city of Kunming. Xinjiang itself saw several other major attacks last year, including one in July on government buildings in Yarkant county, near the western city of Kashgar, where police saidthey shot dead 59 attackers, while 37 civilians were killed.

There also was a series of bomb attacks in Luntai county in September, when six civilians were reported killed, along with 40 attackers.

Now Xinjiang authorities say their crackdown is yielding results: By the end of April, local officials told Chinese media, 181 groups had been broken up, all but a handful of them (less than 4 percent) before they had chances to carry out any attacks. The reports did not give figures on the number of people detained, but the official People’s Daily newspaper said 112 people had turned themselves in to the authorities voluntarily.


Tensions in Xinjiang have grown in recent years, notably since violent riots in 2009, when members of the region’s main indigenous Muslim group, the Uighurs, attacked mainly ethnic Han Chinese residents in Urumqi, killing at least 197 people.

China says Islamic extremists from across Xinjiang’s border with Central Asian countries have stirred growing Islamization and opposition to Chinese rule in the region, with the tacit support of sharia-supporting Western governments.

Chinese media said the ongoing campaign, which has been extended to the end of this year, was designed to “to root out violent terrorist thought at its source” by targeting gangs, organizers and supporters.  


It said police and military police had worked together in the campaign, which had also targeted audio and video recordings that promoted violent terrorism, and had intensified crackdowns on illegal border crossings.

Critics of the campaign have noted that the authorities, in their attempt to root out religious influence, have banned local government officials, civil servants and students in Xinjiang from fasting for Ramadan, called on residents in some areas to hand in their passports and, in one village, insisted that shops sell alcohol, to the dissatisfaction of some Muslim residents.

The authorities have also launched campaigns against women covering their faces, and male students growing beards. Monday’s Xinhua news agency report said the authorities had “vigorously promoted modern living in the region.”




























Ever hear of packing a bag lunch for your Muslim brats?

SAN DIEGO Muslim parents demand halal lunches in school and the leftist appeasers comply. No such accommodations for Jewish students or Indian students who might have special dietary needs, just the Muslims, ALWAYS the Muslims.

Give it a year and you’ll see the entire school lunch menu will be halal (sharia-compliant), forcing non-Muslim students to eat barbarically and inhumanely slaughtered meat.

h/t Larry A


BELGIUM: MUSLIMS threaten to kill Mayor of Antwerp unless he converts to Islam

Islamic extremists in Belgium have publicly threatened to kill the mayor of the Belgian city of Antwerp, Bart De Wever, if he does not convert to Islam, local media reported Monday. Brussels is predicted to become a Muslim majority city within 10 – 15 years.

Bart De Wever

Bart De Wever

Sputnik News (via TROP) A sign written in French stating threats against de Wever, who is also the head of the nationalist political party the New Flemish Alliance, was placed on one of the main squares of Antwerp. Experts are currently assessing the seriousness of the action and the message.


“I always warned that we will not get rid of the threat from Islamic extremists in the near future. This was ignored for years. This wound became apparent now with [the current developments in] Syria and will fester for a long time before we will get rid of it,” de Wever said.


Throughout his political career, De Wever has repeatedly received threats. The Belgian government has provided him with security guards at state expense.


In the light of advance of the Islamic State (ISIL) terrorist group in the Middle East and a number of ISIL-inspired terrorist attacks in Europe, the European Union has currently seeing a surge in anti-Islamization sentiment.

According to September 2014 statistics from Belgium’s Ministry of Interior, between 300 and 350 Belgians have gone to fight alongside the ISIL in Iraq and Syria since 2012.


































IslamoNazi leader of Sudan blocks 10 newspapers from running a story about the rape and sexual abuse of children on school buses

Widely known as the ‘butcher of Sudan,’ President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, has all but eliminated freedom of the press and political dissent.









NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #139…especially not for your restaurant unless you want to be sued

paplogoThree Muslim restaurant workers were awarded $100,000 in an alleged discrimination case: ‘Human Muslim Rights Tribunal’ found that Muslim workers at Le Papillon on the Park in Toronto had been forced to eat pork, mocked for speaking Bengali, and threatened with firing if they refused to do their jobs.


Toronto Sun (h/t Marvin W)  For a small business, it’s hard to fight back when you’ve been tagged as “racist” by Ontario’s human rights tribunal.(What ‘race’ is Islam?) The owners of Le Papillon Park restaurant are devastated by a human rights system they feel unfairly tarred them as bigots and ordered them to pay $100,000 in compensation to three Muslim workers who said they were ordered to eat pork and threatened with replacement by non-Muslim staff.

Paul and Danielle Bigue went to the Divisional Court to request a judicial review of the December 2013 ruling by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, arguing the hearing was unfair and biased against them.


“The allegations were false and we were treated unjustly by the HRTO,” contends the Bigues’ son Stephane. “Unfortunately, and to our surprise, there was no appeal process available. Our only recourse was to take this case to the Divisional Court not for retrial, but for review. In other words they had to figure out whether or not the HRTO had made a legal mistake in their decision.”

The court found no error. “I am not satisfied that the tribunal’s decision and decision-making process were unfair,” Justice Douglas Gray wrote on behalf of the three-judge panel earlier this month. “The decision is reasonable and there are no grounds to set it aside.”

Paul and Danielle Bigue, owners of Le Papillon on the Park in Leslieville, seen with their son Stephane

Paul and Danielle Bigue, owners of Le Papillon on the Park in Leslieville, seen with their son Stephane

Now in addition to the $100,000 they owe for lost income and “injury to their dignity, feelings and self-respect,” the owners of the Leslieville restaurant must pay their former workers $7,500 for their court costs.

Their lawyer, Kate Sellar from the pro-bono Human Rights Legal Support Centre, said she’s pleased with the Divisional Court decision and her three Muslim clients, who have yet to receive any money, have now submitted a request to have their award paid out. Meanwhile, the Bigues contend this ordeal has crushed their business and their health.

Le Papillon staff

Le Papillon staff

It began in 2011 when their former head chef Abdul Malik, cook Mohammed Islam and sous chef Arif Hossain approached the tribunal separately, complaining of discrimination. Malik and Hossain said they’d been fired while Islam said he had no choice but to quit.

Malik told the tribunal he was repeatedly asked by Danielle Bigue to try pork products and told it was his duty as the chef to try them. After he gave in to the pressure and tasted some pork schnitzel, he said he vomited and “felt very guilty that he had violated his religious beliefs. He could not sleep that night and was very upset.”


Islam testified that he was asked to taste the pork tortiere because it didn’t have enough flavour. When he declined because of his religious beliefs, he claimed Danielle Bigue left the kitchen saying, “You guys are crazy.”

Hossain complained he was forced to break his fast on Ramadan and wasn’t given time off for Eid, a religious holiday. The men also alleged their language was mocked as “blah, blah, blah” when they spoke Bengali together and that Danielle Bigue said she wanted white staff.

The Bigues denied all the allegations but the tribunal found in favour of the former employees. In addition to paying $100,000, they were ordered to take online human rights training and post a workplace policyThey are still reeling, their son says.


“Our standards and integrity are what have kept us in business for 40 years in this city, and to have the public believe that we discriminated against our staff was a huge personal blow that we haven’t been able to recover from. Patrons that dined with us for years stopped coming overnight, we received menacing calls and e-mails and we continue to read hateful comments about our family and business online. This has been devastating and extremely frustrating.”

But they also received more supportive calls: other owners who said they lost their businesses after being “wrongly convicted” by a human rights system that provides free legal advice to complainants and has a suspiciously high conviction rate. “People were furious, and their stories were horrible. It’s extremely disheartening to be added to that list.

“This has been the most difficult thing we’ve ever faced as a business, and above all as a family,” Bigue says. “I suppose our greatest mistake was that we were naive enough to think that justice would prevail and it did not.”  (No, your greatest mistake was in hiring Muslims in the first place)


More reasons why you should NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM