Here we go, folks. Muslim infiltration in our western world continues to grow.
Although most people assume that radical Muslims want a full takeover of western culture through the use of force, they are now realizing that their best way to accomplish their goals into making Sharia law the law of the land is through the court system.
In our particular story, a Muslim woman was going to file a discrimination lawsuit against an airline company for not hiring her, because she refused to remove her hijab during work hours. But, thanks to Facebook, her little scheme was found out, as a public announcement of targeting this particular airline would make her lawsuit nothing short of frivolous!
From Mad World News:
When a woman applied for an airport position, she showed up to the job interview wearing a hijab and warned the employer that he must respect her religious compulsion. However, as soon as she finished her interview, the boss had just 5 politically incorrect words to slap the entitlement right off her privileged face…
When Aye Alhassani applied for a job at SAS airport in Stockholm, Sweden, she knew she had the upper hand to intimidate the Scandinavian airline into giving her special exemption from the strict dress code. Believing she could bully the employer into allowing her to wear the oppressive religious symbol, Alhassani purposefully targeted the airline, donning the hijab during her April 25 interview.
Despite qualifying for the position, head of SAS media relations Fredrik Henriksson wasn’t about to grant her religious supremacy that all others weren’t afforded. When Alhassani informed him that her hijab is an Islamic compulsion, he immediately silenced her by responding that her headscarf is “incompatible with the airline’s regulations” and informed her that she would not be given the job unless she came back and reapplied in the proper attire, Expressen reported on April 26.
Although he knew his airline would be at risk for a major lawsuit, Henriksson refused to back down and cave to Sharia law. As expected, Alhassani immediately threatened to take SAS to court for discrimination and started a Facebook page dedicated to growing a boycott of the well-known airline…
Just days after the interview, Alhassani and her friends were caught celebrating her forfeiture of the job as part of their plot to not only destroy the airline’s reputation but also spur Islamic activism that seeks to force aspects of Sharia on the public.