From this source
A civil liberties group for Muslims on Friday called upon the Eagan-based company that owns Old Country Buffet to investigate an incident involving a girl who says she was denied a summer restaurant job because of her religious headscarf.
The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is asking Buffets Inc. to investigate the incident, offer a written apology and participate in the group's workplace sensitivity and diversity training.
In the Minnesota incident, Maryam Abdi, 16, who lives across the street from the Old Country Buffet in Fridley, said she interviewed for a part-time job as a cashier in July.
At the start of the interview, she said the manager asked her if she wore her headscarf all the time. Abdi said yes, and explained that she wears the scarf as part of her religion. She said the manager told her it would violate the company's uniform regulations and asked if she'd be willing to take it off for the job. Abdi declined, but said she told the manager she would be willing to match her scarf with the uniform....
Starting at the bottom of the hour when WC and I interviewed Nonie Darwish on KFNX
on July 31, 2008, Ms. Darwish shared with us her views as to why the West should be concerned about Moslem women who wear the head covering. The recording of that interview is available for download in the sidebar here at IBA. Listening to her response is worth your time and might surprise you a bit. The practice has an underlying motive.
Labels: Always On Watch, CAIR, Islamification, Muslims complain, Muslims in America