Muslim Lady Gets Furious After She’s Denied Service… But Justice Steps Up And Smacks Her

via CT: When Muslim Philadelphia resident Nadia Kamal stepped into an Advance America Cash Advance center wearing a hijab, she was told to remove it because, as the sign below says, hats and sunglasses were not allowed in the facility.

According to the store’s employees, this policy was instituted in response to criminals trying rob the place while their faces were covered.

However, this did not matter to Kamal, who felt “hurt” that the employees wanted her to violate Islamic law.

Front Door Sign

“I’m in a public place … I cannot do that,” she told them before she stormed out of the facility and reported the company to the Council on American Islamic Relations, a terrorist front group that sticks up for the Muslim right to act like a jerk.

“This is really about ignorance … it’s really about fossilized policies and people being stubborn and not coming up to the modern time,” CAIR spokesperson Dawud Walid whined to reporters.

Amazingly enough, Walid was completely right … except that it wasn’t a case of the store employees being ignorant, but rather a case of Miss Nadia Kamal acting ignorantly (H/T Mad World News).

As a Twitter user named Defend Glenn astutely pointed out, Islamic law prohibits Muslims from paying interest, meaning that Kamal had no business trying to get a payday loan in the first place.

So, Kamal refused to violate Islamic Shariah law in order to get into a place that she wanted access to in order to violate Islamic Shariah law.

Sounds reasonable.

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