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Muslim woman wins $5Million in workplace-harassment case

August 3, 2012


  ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE REPORT Tuesday, May 8, 2012 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A former Kansas City woman who converted to Islam in 2005 said she was harassed for years at AT&T, and that the abuse boiled over in 2008 when her boss snatched her head scarf and exposed her hair. A Jackson County jury […]

U.S. Muslim Travelers Warned of Forced Exile

July 12, 2010


CAIR is suggesting that all U.S. Muslim Travelers (US citizens included) obtain the cell phone of an attorney before traveling overseas just in case they are placed on the No-Fly list and they are prevented from returning to the US. U.S. Muslim Travelers Prevented From Returning to the U.S. FBI Prevents Virginia Muslims From Returning […]

Muslims, never ever talk to the police!!!

July 10, 2009


Mr. James Duane, a professor at Regent Law School and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police. Don’t talk to cops, Part 1 Don’t talk to cops, Part 2 An experienced police officer tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the […]

Being on the “No Drive” list: American Muslims berated at the borders

December 8, 2007


CBS News The heightened security measures the government imposed after 9/11 mean American travelers may find their names not just on a “no-fly” list but also on a “no-drive” list. Cynthia Bowers reports Please click here to watch the CBS News Report of how American Muslims are being misidentified at the border and then mistreated.

Workplace Discrimination Against Muslims after 9/11

May 6, 2007


[…] Hadji said that in late 2004, he reproached a customer for harassing a Tunisian waiter. Hadji said he asked the customer to leave after the diner said, “If you don’t like it, go back to your country,” and “I fought two wars to get rid of people like you.” The restaurant’s owners ordered Hadji […]