Feds Protect Muslims Fired for Not Doing Their Jobs

By  MRCTV, Special for  USDR

Ruling in a lawsuit brought by the Obama Administration’s EEOC, a federal court awarded $240,000 to two former Muslim drivers, who claimed that their religious beliefs were violated by an Illinois trucking company. The two men were fired when they refused to deliver alcohol for the carrier, saying it was against their religious values as practicing Muslims.

It makes one wonder why the EEOC isn’t suing the State of Kentucky on behalf of Kim Davis. If Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires that accommodations be made for religious beliefs, shouldn’t that hold for Christians as well as Muslims?

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