Ugh. I posted about the Nazi-like tactics employed by CAIR in their jihad on American society. It's all part of the stealth jihad and in this case, the workplace jihad. Scroll this link for other fronts for the mosqueing and islamization of the work place.
Here is the initial report of CAIR harassment. Texas Doctors Stand Against Muslim Mafia CAIR and Islamic Supremacism.
This was a job interview, mind you. She was not even working there and look at the hoops the Muslims want the infidels to jump through over the perceived insult.
CARE now has apologized and will conduct more "sensitivity training".
Clinic Apologizes for Telling Muslim Doctor She Can't Wear Headscarf FOXNews (hat tip maiden USofA)
Oct. 30: Dr. Hena Zaki applied for a job at a North Texas medical clinic and says officials told her she couldn't wear her traditional headscarf.
DALLAS — A suburban Dallas medical clinic has apologized to a Muslim doctor for telling her during a job interview that she would not be allowed to wear her headscarf while at work.
Dr. Hena Zaki of Plano said Friday that she was shocked when officials at CareNow, which operates 22 clinics in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, told her in person and later by e-mail that a no-hat policy extended to her hijab.
Zaki had been on a tour of a CareNow clinic in Allen, Texas, two weeks ago when she said the regional medical director told her he didn't want her to be surprised about the policy during orientation.
"He interrupted the interview and said he didn't want me to take this the wrong way," Zaki said. "Like an FYI."
demanded an apology and a change in CareNow's policies to accommodate
expressions of religious belief — "whether it be a turban or facial
On Friday, CareNow President Tim Miller told the Associated
The next day, as reported by MyFoxDallas/Fort Worth, Miller wrote in a statement:
"We apologize to Dr. Zaki for the misunderstanding. We will clarify our policy, and will continue our ongoing sensitivity training."
"Care Now has made religious accommodations for employees in the past," he said, adding that the company is interested in "sitting down with Dr. Zaki and discussing a job."
says it does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion or
national origin when making employment decisions. The Civil