Muslim Employees Sue Amazon Over Prayer Breaks

Muslim Employees Sue

Amazon wanted to prove that they are Muslim friendly so they hired some to prove the point, well it’s backfired big time as those employees are now suing the company.

Angry Muslim employees will be leading a protest march in front of the Amazon headquarters claiming that they are being discriminated against because Amazon doesn’t provide prayer rooms. All because of a few Muslim security guards employed by one Amazon subcontractor, Security Industry Specialists.

Amazon headquarters are in the lefty city of Seattle, Washington and will be the seen of this planned rally on May 1.

It’s because of former President Barack Obama, that Muslims now think that they are entitled to have whatever they want, or afterwards they claims they are being discriminated against.

It is the ignorant liberals who fell into their trap, coming to their defense and going out of their way to give them special opportunities, only to have to learn the hard way that they were played. This is what recently took place at Amazon, where many would love to work, but Muslims took nasty advantage of.

Companies are already required by law to give employees two 10 minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch for an 8 hour workday. Muslims demand time and a room for their 19 minute prayer, plus the time for them to wash their hands and feet prior to praying.

 

What these Muslims aren’t telling is that according to Islamic law, Muslims are actually allowed to make up for prayers later in the day if they are unable to pray during the day. This is nothing more than a dominance play to force U.S. companies to bow to their Islamic overlords or face a lawsuit.

Fox News reports:

Outraged Muslims are reportedly planning a May 1 demonstration at the Amazon headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

The company is under fire after several Muslim security guards demanded time and space to pray five times a day, while on the job.

The guards contend in a lawsuit filed this week that the subcontractor who employs them does not appropriately accommodate their faith and retaliates against those who speak out.

The Service Employees International Union and the guards allege that Amazon grants high-earning tech workers conference rooms to pray in, but they do not provide the same accommodation for contracted security officers during their law-mandated work breaks.

Amazon and the security contractor have refuted the allegations.

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