Skip to comments.Home Depot Rolls out the carpet for Sharia Law;
Posted on 05/15/2014 3:18:43 PM PDT by Whenifhow
A Home Depot in Dearborn MI was the latest victim succumbing to the demands of an organization that shouldnt be in existence in the United States of America. An American company the home depot gets over powered by the Muslim Brotherhood terror linked organization CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) has cast. The employees will be subjected to cultural awareness training. The CAIR states this will help them accommodate the religious sensitivities of the Muslim employees and customers. Corporate and Managers gain a better understanding of Muslims and are taught Islam.
Does Home Depot believe they need to better serve their Muslim customers? Here in America isnt it a practice of retail corporations to better serve ALL of its customers? What exactly does this mean? Why do corporate managers need to understand their Muslim employees any better than their Jewish and Christian employees?
In CAIRs booklet titled An Employers Guide to Islamic Religious Practices it sets demands upon employers that are seemingly outrageous and quite discriminatory to other religions. For example:
Friday is the day for congregational worship, called Jumah. The prayer generally takes place at a mosque during the noontime prayer and includes an address or sermon, and lasts a total of 45 to 90 minutes. Performing the rituals of the pilgrimage may last five days during the second week of the twelfth month of the lunar calendar. However, considerable variations exist in trip arrangements, and group travel may take 10-21 days. Muslim employees may choose to make pilgrimage using vacation time.
Employers may wish to modify dress code policies so that religiously-mandated attire is addressed as a diversity issue. For example, many corporations have a policy forbidding the wearing of hats. This rule may be amended to exempt items such as head scarves and skullcaps.
A Muslim employee should not be asked to serve or sell religiously offensive products, such as alcoholic beverages.
These so-called Muslim accommodations are nothing more than the forcing of American institutions to comply with a law that is completely and unequivocally antithetical to our Constitution and our laws. It is called Sharia Law, and the acceptance of the above demands is opening a dangerous door that will soon be unable to close.
In a world where Christians are being slaughtered by muslims, how can any American, let alone American Corporation blatantly ignore the travesty by embracing the enemy.
I’m almost tempted to tag a few of their sign with strategically placed “O’s”, but that would probably be deemed a “hate” crime.
>> They sponsored gay pride marches with child grand marshalls
I will support the Christians of Dearborn MI., (if there are any left)by not shopping at Home Depot in Victoria, TX.
May all the Mooslims and our _resident rot in hell.
Marshal or whatever.
and kids booths...
I don’t know. But he might have to change the name of his steamer cart to “Sharia Dogs”.
@#$% islam and the horse it rode in on.
Home Depot does not have to worry about me spending another dime there.
Another win for cultural jihad.
Little by little Americans roll over and willingly submit. read Spencer’s book “Arab Winter comes to America”
I feel sorry for you.......
I have a Home Depot 3 miles east of me and another 3 miles west of me. In between, I have a Lowes within a mile........and an ACO hardware about a half mile away........
You spelled camel wrong. :)
Grab a chair and a bucket load of popcorn and watch, it will be a hell of good brawl. =)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
v t e Āishah bint Abī Bakr (b. 613/614 CE d. 678 CE) (Arabic: عائشة transliteration: Āishah, [ʕaːʔiʃa], also transcribed as A'ishah, Aisyah, Ayesha, A'isha, Aishat, Aishah, or Aisha) was one of Muhammad's wives. In Islamic writings, her name is thus often prefixed by the title "Mother of the Believers" (Arabic: أمّ المؤمنين umm al-mu'minīn), per the description of Muhammad's wives in the Quran.
Traditional sources state that Aisha was married to Muhammad at the age of six, but she stayed in her parents' home until the age of nine, when the marriage was consummated with Muhammad, then 53, in Medina; with the exception of al-Tabari who records that she was ten years old.
According to Sunni views, Aisha had an important role in early Islamic history, both during Muhammad's life and after his death. She was an active figure in numerous events and an important witness to many more. Aisha contributed to the growth, development, and understanding of Islam. Being a role model to a significant amount of others added to her attributions as a consultant regarding Muhammad's prayer and practices, soon introducing herself into a world of politics.
After Muhammad, Aisha was readily involved in continuing his message. She was present through the reigns of at least the first four caliphs. Her father, Abu Bakr, became the first caliph to succeed Muhammad. The second caliph Umar succeeded Abū Bakr. During the time of the third caliph's reign Aisha rebelled. She did not fully approve of Uthman ibn Affan's practices on many occasions. During the reign of Ali, the fourth caliph she wanted to avenge Uthman's death, which she attempted to do in the Battle of the Camel. She participated in the battle by giving speeches and leading troops on the back of her camel. She ended up losing the battle, but her involvement and determination left a lasting impression.
Well, maybe I was confused by the horses**t fable the muzz always trot out about Mad Mo flying off into outer space on a winged horse. But, you’re right. I did spell camel wrong.
No more shopping at Home Depot.
Islam is as much a Cultural cancer as the inner city-Ghetto thug-life crap...
Nothing good will come from this.
Hardly a surprise.
Home Depot already has a history of bending down for illegals and for faggots. Totally degenerate company, run by cretinous scumbags. I’d never spend a dime there even if were the only store in town.
I’d change my name.
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