How it works: A female employee gets interviewed and hired not wearing Islamic supremacist headgear (hijab). Then one day soon after, she decides to wear the hijab to work, in violation of most company dress codes. If the employer objects, designated terrorist group CAIR litigation jihadists swoop in with a federal discrimination lawsuit.
In this case, a woman employed by Farmhaus Restaurant in Augusta, GA. claims to have converted to Islam AFTER she was hired and then decided to add the Islamic headgear to her work uniform. When her employer objected to the dress code violation, she went to CAIR (who encourages Muslims to sue employers for discrimination) and now has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant chain.
CAIR The female employee who claims she resigned from her position at the popular restaurant chain after her conversion to Islam led her boss to harass her and threaten her job. During the press conference, CAIR-Georgia also plans to release data showing a significant spike in reports of employment discrimination against Georgia Muslims between 2016 and 2019.
In a statement, CAIR-Georgia Executive Director Edward Ahmed Mitchell said: “Over the past two years, our office has documented a significant rise in complaints of employment discrimination against Georgia Muslims. Georgia Muslim workers have experienced various acts of bigotry, from a banker being mocked as a terrorist by his co-workers, to a chef whose hostile boss threw her prayer rug in the trash, to multiple women targeted for wearing hijabs.”