SIEG HEIL! CAIR Nazis call, Department of ‘Islamic’ Justice snaps to attention

It’s barely a week since I reported on CAIR going after Apple Computers for refusing to sell an i-Pad to an Iranian-American customer who was intending to send it to Iran (an illegal act because of the official U.S. Embargo on the export of goods to Iran)

But the legality of Apple’s actions doesn’t seen to matter. When CAIR litigation jihadists, aided and abetted by the Communist ACLU order the DOJ to attack an individual or company on behalf of an action that CAIR considers ‘Islamophobic,’ the DOJ drops everything to comply.




IB Times  Applesauce might be on the menu for Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), if the company doesn’t take swift actions to ameliorate members of a coalition representing Iranian-Americans and speakers of Farsi, the language of Iran, who were allegedly denied sale of iPads and other merchandise by Apple store employees in recent weeks.

The coalition, which includes the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia, Iranian American Bar Association, Council on American-Islamic Relations and National Iranian American Council, sent an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday requesting that the company make public its nondiscrimination policy, retrain its employees on export control regulations and investigate the alleged incidents.

A copy of the letter was also forwarded by the ACLU to the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, with which the ACLU has been in communication regarding the alleged incidents. While the coalition is currently only calling for Apple to “do the right thing,” according to ACLU of Georgia National Security and Immigrants’ Rights Director Azadeh Shahshahani, the organization is in contact with the Department of Justice and is keeping “all of our options open moving forward,” including potential legal proceedings against Apple. The open letter to Apple states that the coalition expects the company to reply with specific actions to “rectify the situation” within a week of receipt.

The coalition also raised the specter of increasingly probable damage to Apple’s brand image if the allegations continue to be ignored by the company.

“This matter is of grave concern to many of Apple’s enthusiastic consumers,” the letter said. “We expect that Apple, a worldwide brand with global reach, would not purposefully condone a culture of prejudice, discrimination and bias against any consumer, particularly based solely on that consumer speaking a foreign language.”