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This Unexpected US City Is Being WIPED OUT By Muslim Migrants

Get them out of here!

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This is just about one of the scariest news pieces you will read today.

A woman from upstate New York has written a blog piece as a warning about what happens when Muslim refugees begin to “take over” an American city. In this particular case, the city is Utica, New York. The city of Utica was mostly Anglo-Saxon until someone in government, just like was the case with Minneapolis Minnesota and the Somalian Refugees decided that wasn’t a good thing, so they started shipping in Scumbag Muslim refugees to overtake the Anglo-Saxon population.

This is the blog post in its entirety, It’s long but well worth the read:

My Hometown Is Gone

Hi! This is a blog post I threw together in response to the recent increase in refugee numbers by Trump’s State Department, in order to convey what it is like living in an Islamizing area. I gave a talk at a luncheon a few months ago that was basically relating my story of how my hometown has been Islamized by refugee resettlement. So it makes sense to do a blog post.

I’m from the Utica, NY area. Utica is the city nicknamed by the UN “the city that loves refugees!” Soon every American city will be a city that loves refugees! Get ready! So I would like to tell you what it is like living in an area where the major city is about 25% (or more) refugee, mainly Muslim

I was born in Utica, a “faded industrial town” along the Mohawk River/Erie Canal corridor, and lived there until I was 8-years-old when my family moved to a nearby small college town. I loved living in Utica because there were lots of families on my block, big Catholic families with lots of kids. You could yard-hop, checking out who was available for play. You could bike around the neighborhood. There were block parties in the summer. My grandmother lived up the street. Life was good.

My father and his father were born and lived in Utica, NY. My father was a judge in Utica, like his father before him. The Catholic school my father attended is now a community center for refugees. After I moved back to the Utica area as an adult I used to recite “Full fathom five” to the children as we drove by my father’s former Catholic school. (Nothing of him that doth fade,/But doth suffer a sea change/Into something rich and strange.)

When I had my first child I was living in New York City. Her father and I divorced when she was a baby, and when she was two-years-old, I beat a hasty retreat back home to Upstate NY. There I met my husband. We got married, we had babies (in that order, ahem), and we settled down outside of Utica.

When I moved back home one of the first things I noticed was that an old Methodist church was being converted into a bright shiny white new mosque. The local paper touted this as immense progress and featured a local woman who had attended the church as a child and was positively brimming with joy it was being turned into a mosque. If that is the general sentiment, then it’s odd that my county went for Trump, right? There are at least two mosques in the city now. They just built another.

Where do I start? Utica had always been “the city that loves refugees” but under Obama things accelerated. Muslim immigrants were suddenly in these local bureaucratic positions where they had power over you. This, in what is probably one of the most corrupt states in the union, where the power of the state is everything.

The social worker at my daughter’s school was a Muslim immigrant. I looked for her profile on the school website, I googled her, I could not find information on her background, resume, qualifications, or educational attainments.

When I began to homeschool my daughter the administrator to whom I had to submit paperwork was a Muslim immigrant. To homeschool in New York State you must submit detailed quarterly reports to an administrator at your local school district. I googled the administrator. He also worked at the local Board of Cooperative Educational Services, but I could not find any other information on his background, resume, qualifications, or educational attainments.

I was friends with the wife of the Orthodox priest at our church, and she told me that this administrator found some problems with her paperwork and challenged her. It turned out she was right about the issue, and he backed down. Comfy little situation, right?

Right before we moved I went to the ER. The nurse practitioner was a Muslim immigrant (Bosnia), and the doctor she worked under was a Muslim immigrant (Pakistan). I remember how during the visit I suddenly became very aware of the cross I always wear around my neck.

In 2012 on the way home from my daughter’s piano lesson, I left my children in the car, ran into the supermarket for ten minutes, and came out to find a man outside my car who informed me he had called the police. I called my husband and my parents and together we waited for the police officer who eventually arrived and arrested me. Lenore Skenazy wrote an account of the incident in the Wall Street Journal. It is pretty accurate except that it wasn’t a suburb, it was a village of less than 2,000 people.

It was a terrible thing to do, but it was not hot (we’re about two hours from the Canadian border), it was the small safe village where I grew up (I think I was the only arrest that week), and I spent half my childhood hanging out in the car with my brother while my mother did errands. My friend sent me a Salon article (I don’t read Salon) about a mom who did the same thing, and she like me was in her hometown where she grew up, and so automatically just living by the rules she grew up with. My mother never got arrested. It didn’t occur to me I would be arrested. That’s my only arrest. So far. But anyway, the point of this story is I was then investigated (and cleared which I hope should be obvious) by CPS.

The CPS worker who investigated me was Muslim.

So let me just summarize: the social worker at the school is Muslim, the administrator who ok’s homeschooling is Muslim, the CPS worker is Muslim, the nurse practitioner at the ER is Muslim, the doctor at the ER is Muslim. These are positions of authority that wield a lot of power.

Are you starting to get the picture?

The spring before we moved Utica made national news because of a federal grant to the local community college (two million dollars) for a (Muslim immigrant) professor to teach teenage (Muslim) refugees how to build drones. The grant didn’t mention explicitly that the drones would be equipped with bombs or anything, so it was all aboveboard. This was going on like down the road from us. My husband assured me he could shoot any drone out of the sky, and I’m sure he could, but curiously enough that didn’t assuage my anxiety, but only exacerbated it. The last thing I needed was my husband getting arrested on federal charges for taking down a drone.

I looked up the Muslim immigrant professor on Linked In. It was an odd career trajectory. It looked like he had been a soccer coach a few years before. It wasn’t exactly clear to me how he had landed his present job where he was getting federal money to train Muslims to build drones, but, hey, that’s the Obama era for you.

In 2015, a 26-year-old Bosnian refugee in Utica was arrested for supporting ISIS. The local paper reported that in his spare time when he wasn’t supporting ISIS, he enjoyed mixed martial arts fighting at the local gym. Local law enforcement complained they hadn’t been informed of the investigation. You know and I know that if anything happens, local law enforcement are the first responders.

I went to a couple Trump rallies and meetings in Upstate NY before we moved. When I mentioned the arrest of this ISIS supporter to a local businessman at one of the meetings, he got a very serious look and said Utica was full of ISIS and the local police were really worried. The Trump meetings were emotional. The organizer picked a donut shop whose owner was friendly to the Trump platform so we could talk. Everyone went around the table and introduced themselves. Two of the women cried. New York State is not doing well.

My husband lost two jobs in three years in Upstate NY. Not by any fault of his own- he is a very skilled, dedicated, experienced, hard worker- but because his bosses went out of business. His first boss moved to North Carolina. His second boss had to close up shop, which seemed linked to a downturn in the stock market. A lot of the middle class in Upstate NY are boomer retirees, and when the stock market goes down, they get nervous and cut back on renovation and building. My husband is a carpenter.

The Upstate New York economy is one of the worst in the country. That’s why it’s a good place to resettle refugees.

After the second time my husband lost his job, I applied for food stamps for the family. When I moved back home I had tried to find a job as a lawyer, I could not. I finally found a job processing letters of credit for an investment bank. My salary was $27,000 a year. I actually got paid an extra $2,000 higher than starting salary for my translation skills. After I had my second child, most of my pay after taxes would have gone to childcare. The New York State tax system penalizes low-income people who work. So I stayed home. My parents helped us with bills.

So my husband was unemployed, I was unemployed, we have four children, we certainly qualified for food stamps, and I felt stupid and irresponsible for not applying when we qualified for them, so I applied. The local Department of Social Services does not answer their phone. You can go there and wait in line. It is a very very long line, and a very uncomfortable place to be. By tacit agreement, the white people stick together in the waiting area. The Department of Social Services rejected my application several times without reason. I knew we qualified, so it became for me this bureaucratic challenge that I had to vanquish. It took a lot of wrangling and some certified sign-for-delivery mailings which were expensive. I managed to get us a month of food stamps. It was about $50 a week, I think, for a family of six. I don’t know if that’s average or not.

Want to know why my application was rejected several times even though we qualified? Want to know why it was so difficult to get food stamps? The Department of Social Services in my area is swamped because of the refugees. 25% of the city are refugees. Virtually all of the refugees are on welfare. And when they apply for welfare, they don’t do so as an independent entity, as I did. They go through their refugee resettlement agency who deals with the Department of Social Services for them. So basically Americans get the short shrift, and refugees get taken care of. And that’s America. This is why so many Democrats voted for Trump. Americans are getting squeezed out by non-Americans at multiple levels.

What else to tell you?

New York State sued our local school district for trying to separate teenage refugees from the rest of the students. I went to a CLE where I sat next to a lawyer for the school district, and she was freaking out over this lawsuit. She was like, The state is coming after us, and we don’t have any money. My county is a Democrat county, and Trump won my county. Issues like this are why. Americans can see that they are being forced to accommodate non-Americans to their own detriment and expense.

There is TB in Utica. I’m sure there is more than reported. Obama stopped screening foreigners for TB, which America has been doing since before the days of Ellis Island, and the refugees are from places where TB is endemic. Whenever I was in a hospital- when I gave birth or when I went to the ER- I would be very aware of my surroundings.

The local Walmart is full of headscarves and burkas. I cried when I went into my first Walmart in North Carolina and all I saw were Americans.

The nice lady who asked me to give a talk a couple months ago on my hometown asked me if there were any refugees who were an “asset to the community”. I replied that they do not consider themselves part of your community, so if they are going to be an asset to any community, it is not going to be yours.

I hope I’ve presented an idea of why I’m so opposed to refugee resettlement. I couldn’t write this blog post where I’m from. I’d be scared that someone would target my house. I’d be scared of the authorities. I had to wait to get to higher ground to speak more openly.

North Carolina is like Heaven. People are so much happier here. I thank God every day we got here. I consider it a “free zone”, and I want it to stay free.

Muslims in a way are to nations what termites are to wood. They come in and take advantage of an innocent and generous people who are willing to give them much more than they ever had in the middle eastern cesspool they came from, only to turn around and stab these people in the back. That’s what their Satanic Book of the Koran commands them to do to us “Infidels.” Because we know all too well, they are “The Religion of Peace.”

Will we learn before it’s too late? Or are we as damn stupid as the liberals in Western Europe? The same ones who see their nations and cultures being torn apart by these damn savages and they sit idly by and do nothing. And even worse, they keep electing liberal left wing globalists to lead them. Will it get to the point where we will be attacked on a daily basis like France and Great Britain until we wake the hell up and start saying enough? Let’s hope and pray the day people wake up won’t be a day when it will be considered too late, like it now is in Western Europe.

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BREAKING News About Foul Muslims In New York City Calling For Jews To Be Slaughtered – We Must Stop This NOW!

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And once again we see those followers of the so-called “Religion of Peace” being peaceful and tolerant!

This weekend “Peaceful” Muslims in New York City took it upon themselves to call for the slaughter of Jews after President Donald Trump made good on his campaign promise by officially recognizing the ancient city of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, and pledging to start moving the US embassy to said city.

Keep in mind these protests weren’t in some middle eastern Islamic cesspool, they were in New York City. And they actually rattled our cages by mentioning Khaydar where so many Jews were slaughtered and enslaved by these “Peaceful” savages.

History tells us that at the Massacre of Khaybar Muhammad brutally tortured a Jewish chieftain in order to extract information about where he had hidden his treasures. When the treasure was uncovered, the chieftain was then beheaded. This chieftain was the husband of the most beautiful Jewish woman of Khaybar, the 17-year-old Safiyaah. Safiyaah’s family members had all been annihilated by Muhammad at the Banu Qurayza massacre. Now having beheaded her husband, the Prophet took Safiyah as his own sex-slave and copulated on the very same night of the massacre. Sounds like Islam at its best, doesn’t it?

Via WND:

TAKING APART THE ‘ISLAM IS RELIGION OF PEACE’ CLAIM
Former U.S. House candidate: It’s really ‘subversive and seditious’

Thinking of appeasing your Muslim friends and neighbors by calling Islam the “religion of peace?” Be careful. You may end up inadvertently angering them, according to Wisconsin-based businessman Paul Nehlen.

“We’re out there saying Islam is the religion of peace, and they’ve read their Quran and they know it’s not the religion of peace,” Nehlen told host Susan Knowles on Monday’s episode of “Stand for Truth Radio.” “They know it’s the religion of submission; it is the religion of subjugating others. And so we’re essentially saying to Muslims, ‘You don’t know what your religion is.’”

Nehlen, a Christian, said if a non-Christian told him the Bible mandated he dig a 400-foot hole in his front yard and fill it with Jews, he would get upset and push back vociferously against the idea. He fears that is exactly what Muslims are already doing.

“In the case of Muslims, we’re saying that they’re a religion of peace, and they know they’re not a religion of peace and they think, ‘Well, we’ll show you what a religion of peace looks like,’ and they are activated,” he warned. “We are essentially activating more Muslim terrorists by doing that. Now, I’m not suggesting that we are at fault for Muslim terrorists. Don’t misunderstand me. But we are clearly not helping the case by suggesting that religion, or that cult, is something that it isn’t.”

Nehlen pointed out 90,000 Christians were killed for their faith in 2016. Breitbart reported nine of the top 10 countries where Christians suffer “extreme persecution” had populations at least 50 percent Muslim, and Islamic extremism is “by far the most significant persecution engine” of Christians in the world today.

This suggests Islam is not a religion of peace.

“You don’t see any other religion attacking the way you see Islam [attacking],” Nehlen noted. “It’s a political doctrine that tries to subdue civilization to implement Shariah law, and they view that as higher than the U.S. Constitution. Quite frankly, I believe it’s subversive and seditious for that to go on, and I think we need to hold our elected officials accountable to protect us from that.”

Nehlen, in fact, doesn’t even consider Islam a true religion.

“What religion would suggest you should be killed if you leave?” he asked. “That’s exactly what they suggest: You should be killed if you try to leave Islam. And I see no way to reconcile that. Islam is the only major religion that suggests that jealousy is good. Every other religion suggests you should not be jealous of what your neighbor has. Islam is the only that suggests you should lie and be jealous of what others have.”

Nehlen, who made his name as a business executive and last year challenged House Speaker Paul Ryan in the Republican primary in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, has now turned his attention to the mass Muslim migration out of the Middle East and into Western countries. He explores the true reasons behind the Muslim “refugee” crisis in his brand-new documentary “Hijrah: Radical Islam’s Global Invasion.”

Nehlen said it’s important to understand the Islamic word “hijrah” has multiple meanings. Many imams suggest it means leaving sin behind, but the word more commonly refers to the prophet Muhammad’s journey from Mecca to Medina in the year 622. However, according to Nehlen, hijrah also refers to the tactic of moving to places where Muslims currently don’t live and establishing Islam in their new communities.

America is headed down a suicidal path – but it’s a subtle invasion, and not many Americans understand the full extent of the problem. Get all the details in Leo Hohmann’s brand new book “Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration and Resettlement Jihad,” available now in hard copy or e-book at the WND Superstore.

We are seeing hijrah play out today as Muslims make their way to the Western world, Nehlen noted.

“It starts out when you have a few percent, they enter the country and they claim Islamophobia, they claim they’re being persecuted,” he said. “Then the percentages go up, and you see suddenly there’s pockets of no-go zones and then the percentages go up more and you see people getting elected to positions. We’ve got a Muslim mayor in London.”

Nehlen emphasized his documentary is not his opinion; his information was researched and can be verified. He cites various documents and other sources in an attempt to prove to viewers that hijrah is not good for America or the West.

The doctrine of hijrah may explain why Muslims wish to migrate to the West, but how does one explain the willingness of those in Western nations to welcome potentially dangerous Muslim refugees with open arms? Nehlen believes money may be at the root of the issue.

“Some of these people who are working in these voluntary organizations, who are being paid by the federal government to move humans into the United States, they get paid six-figure salaries,” Nehlen told Knowles. “I mean, a lot of people are getting paid six-figure salaries because they’re moving refugees in. If there were no refugees to move in, if they put a stop to the refugees tomorrow, they would not be getting paid six-figure salaries. There is a profit motive behind this. When there is a profit motive behind it then you’ve got to start questioning, well, are they really refugees? And do these people care? Do they care more about their bank accounts than they care about our safety?”

Nehlen knows he will attract scorn for raising these issues, but he says he won’t let that stop him.

“They’re going to call us names no matter what, so you just have to resolve yourself to the fact that you don’t care,” he declared. “I don’t care. I’ve been called racist, I’ve been called Islamophobe, sexist – it doesn’t matter. I am speaking from a position of the truth, and what I’m saying is rooted in the scripture of Islam and the scripture of Jesus Christ.”

Nehlen assured Americans they have great power as individual citizens. He reminded Knowles’s audience that only a year ago, he was running factories when he decided he was fed up with Paul Ryan’s promotion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. So he launched a campaign based largely around opposition to the TPP, and while Nehlen himself did not unseat Ryan, he forced the speaker to drop his support of the TPP. Then, three days after President Trump took office, he withdrew the U.S. from the deal.

“If you put your mind to something, you can really make a difference in this country and really make a difference in the world,” Nehlen said. “You could also decide to sit on your hands and do nothing. … You have to be part of the solution. If you are able, if you have hands and feet and you’re mobile and you can go and write letters or you can go somewhere to stand up and take a stand, that’s your responsibility. It is. I firmly believe that.

“I encourage you – don’t be afraid of people calling you names. You’ve got God inside you. You’ve got more strength inside you than the world has against you, so don’t be afraid of anything.”

One thing is for certain, we should all be very relieved that we now have a President in the United States who is willing to call it like it is. No more George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama types trying to convince us that Islam is a “Religion of Peace.” These two characters thought so little of us freedom loving  Americans that even while we would see the carnage on TV perpetrated by Muslims, such as what happened on September 11, 2001, that they would try to convince us that what we were witnessing was “peace.” HOW DARE THEY?

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Backstabbing Muslim Student Attending CATHOLIC University Makes Sick Demands To The School – Gets SMACKED Instead!

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I think now we can truly say we have heard them all!

“Religion of Peace” following students from a Catholic university are now expressing outrage because when Christmas time comes, the campus is decorated for the Christmas season, imagine that. They want Islamic holidays to receive the same attention even though they represent just a small fraction of the entire student population.

Loyola University Chicago which is a well known Catholic University where 60% of the students are in fact Catholic and 40% are a mixture of other religions, including other Christian denominations, Jewish, along with a very small percentage of Muslims.

Awww, how cute, they have their women well trained!

Via Loyola Pheonix:

Religious Holidays Aren’t Represented Equally on Campus

Students of Loyola’s Muslim Student Association celebrated Eid al-Adha, known as the Feast of Sacrifice, with a dinner on Sept. 8 in the Damen Student Center.

It’s that time of year again, and Loyola has decked out its buildings with decorations for the holiday season. But Christmas gets more attention on campus than other religious holidays.

Although Loyola fosters a space for non-Christian religions to practice their faith — such as in the Damen Student Center’s second floor of Ministry Offices for Muslim, Hindu and Jewish students — there is a lack of public festivity compared to Christmas, such as decorations and activities of other religions’ holidays the entire student body could be part of.

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group on campus, according to Loyola’s undergraduate admissions’ latest report. The report said the 2016 first-year class identified as 60 percent Roman Catholic and 40 percent other — Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Protestant and Eastern Orthodox.

Sajid Ahmed, a 19-year-old Muslim student and prayer coordinator for the Muslim Student Association (MSA), said although the atmosphere of the Christmas season brings him happiness, he wishes Muslim holidays were just as prominent.

Christmas is a Christian holiday, but is observed by many non-Christians, too. Muslims, however, celebrate two major religious holidays: Eid al-Fitr — a religious holiday celebrating the end of Ramadan (the month of fasting) — and Eid al-Adha, known as the Feast of Sacrifice.

Eid is celebrated on different dates each year because the Islamic calendar follows a lunar cycle, as opposed to the more globally used solar cycle. However, Eid al-Fitr usually occurs mid-June and Eid al-Adha occurs toward the end of August.

Like Christmas, the Eids are celebrated differently among various cultures, but they traditionally begin with morning prayers and end with family gatherings. Muslim homes in the United States also put up lights and decorations, while Muslim-based countries include those lights and decorations on their streets.

So far, in honor of the Christmas season, Loyola has put up lights and trees in various campus buildings. The university participated in its Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony Nov. 28 in the Damen Student Center, which included Santa Claus, an ice rink, hot chocolate and art decorations.

But the Eid is celebrated only among Loyola Muslim students themselves, which includes a morning prayer service and a dinner, according to Ahmed. Decorations aren’t hung on campus buildings nor activities hosted by the university.

Last year, because the Eid fell during the school year, Ahmed said he had to continue his day with classes after the prayer.

“Eid [at Loyola] is a bit dampened just because you have to go about your normal routine along with Eid,” Ahmed said. “At home it’d be a big family thing, dress up and go to the mosque. We’d spend the day together and celebrate … compared to that, college Eid has been less.”

Ahmed said the lack of celebration impacts international students and students from out of state the most.

“The atmosphere [in Muslim based countries] is a lot different than [in the United States] it’s like Christmas here,” Ahmed said.

Omer Mozaffar, Loyola’s Muslim chaplain, said he helps Muslim students request time off to celebrate with their families by asking students’ professors to accommodate for the holiday, which professors usually grant.

But because this isn’t always possible for students with a strict school schedule, Ahmed said the university could instead be more festive for Muslim students who stay on campus.

“For someone who lives far away and doesn’t have the opportunity to meet up with family, I would say making Loyola’s Eid as festive as possible would be great so that [Muslim students] can feel connected with their heritage and with their religion,” Ahmed said.

Demographics within the university might be the reason the university doesn’t celebrate religious holidays to the extent of Christmas.

With about 800 Muslim students at Loyola, including international students, according to Mozaffar, there may be a lack of exposure.

“I think if the leadership is exposed to the Muslim voice, the voice who wants to make campus more festive for other holidays, I think that’s definitely one step,” Ahmed said.

Bryan Goodwin, associate director of the student complex, said demographics don’t guide the decorations during the holiday season.

“I don’t think [demographics] ever come to our minds in terms of the decisions that we make with Christmas,” Goodwin said. “I think what guides it … doesn’t have to do with faith, it has to do with that most common sort of feeling [of the season].”

With other religions in mind, Goodwin said the university tries to be as general as possible with its decorations, including banners that say “Happy Holidays” as opposed to “Merry Christmas.”

Goodwin said they’d be willing to incorporate as many religions during this holiday season and even during individual times, if those religious groups requested it.

“We feel that we do a good job at the student center of allowing other faiths to [join the holiday season],” Goodwin said. “We pride ourselves on wanting to make sure we’re aware. We always lend ourselves the conversation.”

Mozaffar also said he doesn’t think the Loyola administration would be opposed to putting up decorations for Muslim holidays, but the dates in which the Eid falls under makes it difficult to address because it happens toward the beginning of the school year. Mozaffar also said the MSA hasn’t proposed decorations either.

Ahmed said he still hopes Eid could become more festive at Loyola, though he isn’t confident.

“Will there be Eid celebrations on a scale of a Christmas tree? Demographically, I doubt it’s going to happen just because the prevalent holiday celebrated from the student body at Loyola is Christmas,” Ahmed said. “But if Eid was celebrated at the scale of Christmas, I would be so happy.”

For now, many Muslims on campus, including Mozaffar and Ahmed, enjoy the holiday season.

“It’s contagious happiness,” Ahmed said. “I don’t celebrate Christmas itself, but I respect that this is a time of happiness for people, so I enjoy it, too.”

One holiday celebrated during the season is Bodhi Day, a Buddhist celebration of enlightenment that occurs Dec. 8.

At Loyola, Bodhi Day is recognized by some members of the Hindu Students’ Organization (HSO).

Recognizing smaller holidays like Bodhi day is important to Loyola, which desires intellectual diversity, according to Shweta Singh, associate professor in the school of social work and adviser of HSO.

“People should at least know about [other holidays],” Singh said. “They’re smaller festivals, but they’re not small to the people celebrating them.”

Singh said it’s the responsibility of both student organizations representing other faiths and cultures and the university to publicly celebrate as many religious holidays on campus as possible.

One of the Muslim students who is also a prayer coordinator for the terror-tied Muslim Student Association, Sajid Ahmed, stated that he likes the Christmas decorations around campus, but wished Muslim holidays were just as prominent. He added that the entire campus is invited to a huge Christmas tree lighting ceremony, while Muslim students have to celebrate in private without seeing the campus transformed into a Middle Eastern wonderland. Um, We’ve seen what a “Middle Eastern Wonderland” means and let’s just say most of us are very fond of keeping our heads attached to our bodies.

Out of a total of 16,673 students for the 2017/2018 academic year, only around 800 Muslims are currently enrolled at Loyola. That’s less than 5%. Yet, they want their own violent traditions to be represented equally. Because we are all well aware by now that it is part of their plan. They come to our great freedom loving nation, they take advantage of our idiotic generosity and instead of being grateful and keeping their big Islamic mouths shut, they complain and try to impose their Satanic Cult on the rest of America.

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Arrogant Muslim Girl Applied For A Job At Dillard’s, She Didn’t Like Their Answer So Returned With A NASTY Surprise

This is why they shouldn’t be here!

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There always seems to be a never-ending line of people who have something to complain about. But even further than that, people who want to take their complaints to the courtroom because they are sue-happy. Well, this most recent example of that phenomenon will not surprise you at all.

A Muslim woman applied for a job at Dillard’s department store and was offered employment there. However, she is now claiming she was fired and let go from her job because of religious discrimination. Her name is Duha Dallah and she is 19 years old. She had recently begun training in a sales position at the Firewheel Town Center in Garland.

Dallah’s supervisor informed her she could not wear her headscarf on the floor. So she decided to go to the store manager to complain about her direct supervisor and noted that her religion made it so that she had to wear the scarf. The store manager immediately apologized but not for what you think he did. He apologized that her direct supervisor did not adequately detail the store dress policy to her before bringing her onto the team.

The Daily Mail wrote,

However, later, Dallah received an email from the store manager, who retracted her employment offer and said other candidates were being interviewed for the position. ‘I believe I lost the sales position because Dillard’s did not want a Muslim woman wearing a headscarf to work on the sales floor,’ Dallah said, according to Dallas News.

The disappointed teen took to Facebook November 30 following the incident to share her story. 

I am seeking the justice I deserve With the help of my attorneys Nikiya Natale and Christine Hopkins, they were able to file a charge of discrimination with the Texas Workforce Commission against Dillard’s.’ Dallah felt the managers were ‘invalidating’ and ‘belittling’ her over her religious beliefs.

‘I was honestly speechless at the time and could not believe what I was hearing. It made me feel as tho my religion is what is stopping me from pursuing a job in America.

‘I don’t think any woman should ever have to go through that. I felt the hate. It’s extremely heartbreaking that a place my family and I love to shop at would discriminate against me because of my head scarf.’ She added she was ‘overqualified’ for the position and ‘had the job in her hand’ prior to the disagreement.

Garland Dillard’s has not yet commented on the matter and could not be reached late Friday.”

Because of this controversy, some people are even protesting Dillard’s!! Read here,

A Muslim advocacy group is staging a protest outside of a Dillard’s in Garland over the weekend after a woman claimed she was refused employment due to her hijab. The Council on American Islamic Relation’s Nikiya Natale said a manager allegedly told the woman she could not wear the hijab to work because it was not part of the company’s dress code. It’s a situation that Natale said is illegal and unconstitutional.

There’s a Supreme Court case right on this issue. It’s devastating and it’s hard news for the Muslim community to be discriminated against because of something that is part of their religious belief,” she said Natale said that since the woman’s story went public, they received another claim of discriminatory practices from a former department manager at the location.

We had another woman come forward who was a department manager and she also has said that she also had to turn away a qualified applicant because she wears the hijab. She said the store manager allegedly flat out ‘you can not hire people who wear the hijab, it’s not part of the dress code here’,” she said. CAIR has filed a claim with the Texas Workforce Commission on the woman’s behalf. Natale said the group will continue to fight for the woman and the Muslim community and she hopes tomorrow’s protest will send a clear message to the company.”

While her direct supervisor might have had a real problem with her headscarf it makes no sense why she would go to an organization to take legal action against the store. If I were in a situation like that I would want to stay as far away as possible from the people who fired me and let me go. I wouldn’t want to drag on my relationship with them. I would want to move on to another job that actually valued sharia law instead of festering and fermenting on a situation that can only get worse. Kidding about sharia law, of course. Maybe she should get a job in Minnesota.

Share if you agree she blew this story way out of proportion.

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