Editorial Comment: Are Americans going to sit back and continue to let these fools who refuse to assimilate with the U.S. culture use our court system for such nonsense? Solution, these suits should be classified as nuisance law suits and the litigants along with the ACLU might be sent back to the sand where they belong.
Another lawsuit proceeds according to the principle that American businesses must change the way they operate in order to accommodate Muslims, rather than that Muslims must adapt to American society, laws, and mores. Not too long ago in America, a suit like this would have been laughed out of court, and Vasant Reddy would have been told to find a job that didn’t involve his violating his religious principles. No more. Now it is up to the unlucky business where Vasant Reddy chooses to work to change the way it does business in order to suit him.
Stealth Jihad Update: “Civil-rights suit alleges Muslim was fired for refusing to haul beer, though company had agreed to accommodate his religion,” by Stephanie Farr for the Philadelphia Daily News, October 22 (thanks to Benedict):
A Muslim man claims he was fired by a trucking company after refusing to transport a load of alcohol, according to a civil-rights lawsuit filed recently in federal court.Vasant Reddy, 35, of Northeast Philadelphia, said it’s against his religious beliefs to “consume, possess or transport alcohol or tobacco,” according to the suit.