Dec 14 2012
Terror-linked CAIR goons demand to see the in-store video of the incident where a “scary-looking” Muslim man was thrown out of a Subway Sandwich Shop franchise owned by Republican Congressman John Fleming (R-LA).
(CAIR has recently condemned the Republican party for telling the truth about Islam which is offensive to Muslims. Unfortunately, many Subway stores in the UK and US serve brutally-slaughtered Islamic halal meat)
Original Story: http://www.barenakedislam.com/2012/11/30/terror-linked-cair-demands-subway-sandwich-chain-apologize-because-one-scary-looking-muslim-man-was-barred-from-one-subway-store-in-louisiana/
TPM The tape in question is in the hands of Fleming Group. The group, headed by Congressman John Fleming, states the video contains strong evidence that would vindicate them. However, they refuse to release it until legal action is taken. Hooper says they shouldn’t wait. Fleming Group has no legal obligations to give the tape up.
According to the alleged ‘victim,’ Mohammad Husain, who has a beard and wears a traditional Muslim hat, said he and his wife initially went to the restaurant bathroom to wash their hands. He washed first and then went back to the car to get his medication while his wife went into the bathroom after him.
When he tried to go back into the restaurant, however, he said an employee stopped him at the door. “She asked me point blank ‘Are you Muslim?’ and I said, ‘Yes, I’m Muslim,’ She said ‘We can’t serve you’ and locked the door from inside when my wife was still inside the store,” Husain said.
The situation quickly escalated and Husain ended up calling 911. So did a Subway employee. At some point before police arrived, however Husain said the employee unlocked the door and let his wife leave but also made it clear they should take their business elsewhere.
An officer with the Shreveport Police Department arrived after that. Both Husain and a department spokesman said the officer initially patted Husain down to check for weapons. But spokesman Cpl. Marcus Hines said the officer eventually determined the situation was much ado about nothing. Department records show the officer didn’t even file a report.
The Subway employees had a much different version of events than Husain did, though. They told the officer that Husain engaged in some sort of inappropriate behavior and then cursed at them when they asked him to leave, Hines said. The manager of the congressman’s Subway franchises backed up his employees in an interview with TPM, saying they did nothing wrong and that Husain has been lying about the confrontation.
Manager Mike Toland said Husain had in some way acted inappropriately inside the restaurant. Pressed on what Husain did, however, the manager declined to elaborate. He said he didn’t want to specify because a lawsuit may end up coming out of the situation.
“The accusations made my Mr. Husain are completely inaccurate and untrue,” Toland told TPM late Friday. “The reason he was denied being served in our restaurant was due to his behavior with my employee, nothing to do with his religion or anything else.
Toland also said he has security video with audio that confirms his employees’ side of the story, but declined to provide a copy of it. “I could hear every word that she said and I can assure you, religion was never brought up in any way, shape or form,” Toland said. “That conversation didn’t happen.”