Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Muslims Want Special Treatment

As usual, Muslims are demanding special treatment. Female Muslim workers at Amazon are claiming "unusually heavy and dangerous workload" during Ramadan. How it is "dangerous" is beyond me, unless they figure fasting during the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan would make them weak. Religious strictures are not something an employer must observe, unless they are observed for EVERYBODY, not just members of one "religion." This situation just shows, once again, that Muslims everywhere are there to make as much trouble as they can get away with. I used to work for Avis, and Muslims there demanded time to pray five times a day, on company time. If I had to do that, I would be docked the pay for that time, and so should they. The writer of the article linked here said, "[T]he rigorous workload comes with the territory. It’s part of the job, and no matter your religion, you know what you’re signing up for when you accept a job at an Amazon warehouse or a UPS package facility." There is no reason to give Muslims special treatment, but that's what they demand. Avis never built a "prayer room" for Christians, as Amazon did for Muslims. And that is the right thing to (not) do. (The Blaze)

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