As expected, designated terrorist group CAIR has filed a lawsuit against the Hanover Health & Rehabilitation Center, and they lied to the media, saying that the employee, Keseanda Brooks (right), a recent convert to Islam, had been wearing the Islamic supremacist headbag (hijab) for three months when she was fired. Fact is, she worked at the center for five months before converting to Islam, and only after that did she start wearing the germ-ridden schmatta on her head during working hours.
CAIR Litigation Jihadists announced the filing of a lawsuit in federal court in Richmond, Va., against Hanover Health & Rehabilitation Center on behalf of Keseanda Brooks, a Muslim convert who was fired for wearing a hijab. (A medical center has a certain dress code for its employees and she knowingly broke it. Wouldn’t surprise me if she planned the whole thing with CAIR in advance)
CAIRHijabLawsuit “No one should ever have to choose between practicing their faith and their job,” said National Litigation Director Lena Masri. “Hanover was legally required to accommodate Ms. Brooks by allowing her to wear her hijab. Instead, Hanover violated clearly established federal law when it fired Ms. Brooks for refusing to compromise her faith.”
“Our laws protect women who choose to wear religious attire, and no employer should be allowed to force a woman to remove religious articles of clothing against her will,” said CAIR Trial Attorney Ahmed Mohamed.