Designated terrorist group CAIR litigation jihadists announce the filing of a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) discrimination complaint on behalf of a Maryland Muslim woman and cashier at beauty supply store Beauty Max who was denied her rights to pray and to wear modest clothing at work.
CAIR On the woman’s first day at Beauty Max, in January 2020, employees and management denied her accommodation to pray in the store (in front of customers) and told her, “I know you people have to pray, but you can’t do that here, none of that.”
Beauty Max employees and management also denied the woman an accommodation to wear a Islamic attire. The woman repeatedly explained her faith’s requirements, but Beauty Max employees insisted she go home and change. The Maryland Muslim woman was forced to resign.
CAIR has reported an unprecedented spike in bigotry targeting American Muslims, immigrants and members of other minority groups since the election of Donald Trump as president.
The Washington-based civil rights organization offers a booklet, called “An Employer’s Guide to Islamic Religious Practices,” to help employers gain a better understanding of Islam and Muslims in the workplace.