OHIO: DHL Global Mail has reached an agreement with the relentless Somali Muslim troublemakers who say they were fired from the company’s Hebron facility in 2013 because they took a break for evening prayer, not to mention other times during the day.
USA Today The Muslim Litigation Jihadists of the Cincinnati chapter of Hamas-linked CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) on Thursday announced the settlement with DHL over religious accommodation complaints brought by 23 Muslim workers in Oct 2013.
Booker Washington, staff litigation jihadist for CAIR-Cincinnati, said the agreement “brings the case to a satisfactory close and recognizes the needs and rights of all parties.” (Yes, it does. No Muslim will ever be hired by DHL again) CAIR-Cincinnati officials said they could not reveal details of the settlement or answer whether workers had regained their jobs or received a financial settlement.
Muslim workers who sorted mail DHL said management reversed a policy that had allowed flexible break time for workers to say required evening prayers. Fired workers, three of them full-time employees of DHL and the others part-time who help through two temporary service agencies, said they had been allowed to pray by previous supervisors. The prayers took about five minutes, workers said.