Jun 22 2011
CAIR demands Air France apologize for sending home a Muslim employee who refused to take the bag off her head
Was this her first day at work? Did she tell Air France she wanted to wear a headbag before they offered her the job? Did she do what all these Muslim troublemakers do and work headbagless for a few months and then suddenly decide she wants to wear it or else she will sue for religious discrimination? It’s a racket and CAIR makes a fortune perpetrating this kind of legal jihad on businesses.
AIR FRANCE AT Washington Dulles International Airport: The Muslim employee reported to CAIR that when she went to work as an Air France Passenger Service Agent at the airport earlier this month she was told she could not wear her scarf because of an Air France dress code. The worker refused to violate her religious beliefs and practices by removing her hijab and was promptly sent home.
In a letter to Patrick Roux, vice president and general manager for Air France, U.S.
Operations, CAIR Staff Attorney Gadeir Abbas wrote in part: “It is clear that a discriminatory dress code implemented in France would not supersede American laws protecting the religious rights of employees. Air France must follow American law and grant reasonable religious accommodations for its employees.”
Abbas said CAIR is seeking a formal apology from Air France, clarification of the airline’s policy on religious accommodation for employees, workplace sensitivity and diversity training for Air France staff at Washington Dulles International Airport, and compensation for the financial loss and emotional distress suffered by the worker.
He said this case is symptomatic of the overall rise in anti-Muslim sentiment in American society. (Caused by the rise in religious blackmail being perpetrated all over America by these shari’a-compliant Muslim invaders)
CAIR SPOKESTERRORIST IBRAHIM HOOPER
CAIR has listed contact information so you can contact Air France and tell them how much want to see them maintain their headbag-free dress code:
Mr. Patrick Roux
Vice President and General Manager
Air France, U.S. Operations
125 W. 55th St., 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10019