Unindicted terrorist supporters CAIR have assisted in a lawsuit against Abercrombie and Fitch for alleged discrimination
TULSA, Okla. (AP) – A teenage Muslim girl in Tulsa claims a store in Woodland Hills Mall refused to hire her because she wears a head scarf.
The girl says a district manager for Abercrombie & Fitch told her the religious headwear doesn’t fit the retail chain’s image.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations-Oklahoma helped the girl file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Comission. The council also has written a letter asking the company to apologize to the girl.
Officials with the council say only that the girl is younger than 18.
A manager at the Tulsa store referred all questions to the corporate office which didn’t return phone calls.
I sometimes shop at Abercrombie & Fitch. Their image is of beachwear, casual wear, and Americana – stuff like that. It is NOT an image of religious headwear, be it Christian, muslim, what have you. I hope the company tells CAIR to go take a hajj. I always ask myself when I see stories like this, why is it that when we Americans go to another country, we are told to respect their culture, in some cases to avoid trouble with their law, yet when they come to OUR Country, once again WE are told to respect THEIR culture? WTF?
Check the original story out in Tulsa’s KTEN news.
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