And designated terrorist group CAIR is fuming. The Columbus Police Division has decided to continue its ban on headbags for female Somali Muslim police officers. (NOSomali Muslim should ever be a police officer in America)
Columbus Dispatch “We want to interact with all members of the community without a preconceived notion of who we are,” Deputy Chief Michael Woods said on Tuesday. “We strive to be a nonpolitical, nonreligious organization.”
A litigation jihadist attorney for CAIR- Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Ohio chapter – says he is “baffled and very disappointed” by the department’s decision. The decision comes at a time when CAIR thugs are pressuring other police departments all across North America into making special extraordinary religious accommodations for Muslims, both male and female, as they try to boost diversity recruitment. (Diversity should never include muslims)
Woods said police officials consulted with the city attorney’s office, and current case law supports the decision, which he said was ultimately made by Chief Kim Jacobs. “What I know is that our goal is to display neutrality in our uniform,” Woods said.
Police were also concerned about safety, he said. For example, officers wear clip-on ties so that they can’t be used to gain control. He said gas masks won’t fit over the scarves. Woods said police did not talk to anyone in the Muslim community or the city’s Community Relations Commission before deciding to continue the ban. (Nor should he have)
That troubles Romin Iqbal, staff litigation jihadist for the designated terrorist group CAIR- Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Ohio chapter. “I’m baffled and very disappointed that the city continues to not allow a whole population of Columbus to become cops,” Iqbal said. (A population famous for producing several homegrown Muslim terrorists)
The division’s concerns about dress uniformity could be easily addressed by modifying the color and style of head scarves worn by Muslim women, he said. “Our police department needs to show they are interested in diversity and want to represent the diverse people in Columbus,” he said.(No, they don’t, they are more interested in protecting the public from Muslims in Columbus)