Designated terrorist group CAIR’s litigation jihadists will now file a lawsuit on her behalf against the college. This should make military institutions think twice before ever accepting a Muslim student.
KOAA A spokesman for the family of a newly-accepted Muslim student at the Citadel military school in South Carolina says the prospective cadet is disappointed that the school has rejected her request to wear a head covering as part of her uniform.
Ibrahim Hooper with the CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) in Washington said he spoke with the family Tuesday morning after Citadel officials called to tell the woman she could not wear a hijab. Citadel President John Rosa said the cadet system is based on a common uniform and standardization of cadets in appearance, actions and privileges, which he called essential to a military system.
Hooper said the woman will not attend the Charleston school this fall unless there is a change. He also said the family is considering legal options.