Sunday, September 28, 2008

UK: Muslim Sues Supermarket Chain Because He Had To Handle Alcohol On The Job

What an ingrate.

Send him to the Muslim country of his choice.

It is funny how Muslims do not care for the laws of the West until they can use them against us to enforce their religion. All we have to do is look past the day that we are in to see where all this is heading. Actions like the one in this article lead to this. Which will eventually lead to an Islamic call to ban alcohol in the UK completely. Do Muslims ever ask themselves why so many people are speaking out against them, or do they just not care?

Thanks to Mewzilla. 

Forced out of job by alcohol beliefs
Saturday, September 27, 2008

A Muslim from Derby is suing supermarket giant Tesco for religious discrimination because he was asked to handle crates of alcohol against his beliefs.

Mohammed Ahmed, of Upper Dale Road, Normanton, also accused Tesco of victimisation andharassment during a three-day employment tribunal.


SamenoKami said...

Do Muslims ever ask themselves why so many people are speaking out against them, or do they just not care?
Each muslim is just doing his little bit to corrode the host country until islam can reach the tipping point & be the dominate force. They don't care what infidels think, only what allah thinks. Those who stand up to them are probably being marked for future extermination.

Pastorius said...

Well put, Sameno.

If I ran England, I would throw this guy in prison for sedition.

My opinion is even the act of suing for something so stupid is open advocation of Sharia law.

Of course, there are a million lawyers who would argue against that, but anyone with any common sense knows the reason this Muslim objects to handling alcohol is because of Muslim law.

There is NO place for Muslim law in the Western world.

Anonymous said...

A tiny glimmer of hope:

"Multiculturalism in the UK has left a "terrible" legacy, creating a vacuum that has been filled by extremists from across the political spectrum" stated Shadow home secretary, Dominic Grieve (Tory)