Many Muslims in the West don’t see it that way and think that WE should make special accommodations for their religious demands. Backing them up are Muslim special rights groups like designated terrorist group CAIR who files lawsuits and causes trouble for American institutions, schools, and businesses who refuse change their policies just for Muslims. For example, when DHL fired all its Muslim employees for praying (several times a day) during working hours, CAIR sued.
One of CAIR’s most frequent issues involves the wearing of the hijab by Muslim girls and women, a symbol of female oppression and Islamic supremacy that Americans don’t like having thrown in their faces. CAIR always demands that the offending school or business allow CAIR to “educate their students or employees” about Islam. If that doesn’t work, they often file a lawsuit.
CAIR is upset that school officials are not supporting a hijab-wearing student whose surprise anti-Semitic remarks during a graduation speech infuriated many parents.
When you insist on dressing like women in Afghanistan, you shouldn’t be surprised when students in America negatively react.
The airlines are no place to dress in a way that reminds people of the terror attacks on 9/11 and courts invariably side with the airline. No matter how many times CAIR has sued an airline, they have never won.
Muslim student is upset at being banned from marching in a parade with the ROTC because she insisted on wearing a hijab. I guess she never learned the meaning of the word “uniform” in the military.
A business is allowed to establish its own dress codes, especially as far as security is concerned. Muslims thinks it shouldn’t be applied to them.
When Muslims try to “educate” ignorant Americans about Islamic culture, it doesn’t sit very well with most people.