No matter how numerous the accommodations and concessions to Muslims in the workplace, it is never enough. More accommodation always leads to more demands. Take, for example, Cargill Meat Solutions: despite accommodating the vast majority of Muslim daily prayer requests in specially created "reflection rooms" with prayer rooms, that is not good enough -- Muslims want to shut down the production line.
It is not necessary for a Muslim to pray at a certain time. These actions are merely devices in which to impose Islam on non-believers. Prayer is not required on a strict schedule and Muslim prayers are commonly “made up” after work or school. This is true even in Muslim countries, i.e., Iran.
This is stealth jihad, as Islamic supremacists seek to impose the sharia (i.e. with Wal-mart etc.).
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FORT MORGAN — One afternoon this summer, Asha Abuukar said, she approached her supervisor at the Cargill Meat Solutions plant and got permission to go on break.
She washed in accordance with Islamic principles and prayed in a "reflection room" Cargill has set aside where beef is boxed and sealed.
When she returned two minutes late, she said, her supervisor told her that if it happened again, she would be fired.
"I'm sorry," Abuukar, 41, who also runs a Somali market in town, recalled replying. "I was only praying."
Although Cargill's Fort Morgan operation has escaped controversy over accommodating the religious needs of its Muslim workforce, an undercurrent of problems exists, according to current and former workers and Somali translators.
Company officials say they respect religious rights and follow the law but cannot undermine a plant that produces 4 million pounds of beef daily.
"We know that some of our employees would like a guaranteed prayer time every day," said Cargill spokesman Michael Martin. "That is not the legal requirement, and it would be impractical to accommodate this without shutting down the production line."
He said the company accommodates the vast majority of daily prayer requests.
The number of federal workplace-discrimination complaints filed by Muslims shot up in 2009 and 2010, to almost 800 each year, the EEOC says. Those numbers eclipsed the decade's previous high mark the year after 9/11.
She said Cargill created safe places to pray with two reflection rooms — oversized cubicles with separate spaces for men and women with prayer rugs replacing the cardboard boxes workers were using.
She also said Somali leaders sought out by the company determined workers' needs were being met.
"We believe people have the right to practice their sincerely held religious beliefs and that it's our obligation and responsibility to do what we can to accommodate that," she said.
Read the rest. It's a relentless war on our secular society.