Skip to comments.UK: Muslim chef who went down the wrong road and eat pork
Posted on 12/23/2009 2:31:41 PM PST by knighthawk
62-year-old Muslim, Hasanali Khoja has made a mockert of Islamic beliefs, he took his employer to court accusing them of forcing him to handle port products, but all the time he was happily eating sausage and bacon rolls.
Khoja took his employer Metropolitan Police to court and lost the lost a claim of religious discrimination after complaining he was forced to cook sausages and bacon faces a legal bill of more than £75,000.
The Muslim chief claimed his bosses were putting undue pressure on him and felt 'stressed and humiliated' when it was suggested he use tongs and wear gloves to handle the pork products his religion forbids him to ear
Later it was revealed by Khojas colleagues he eat port, therefore Khoja lost his claim in May after a police employee told an employment tribunal how she saw Mr Khoja eat bacon rolls and sausages.
The Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) has now won a ruling ordering Mr Khoja to pay its costs, which total at least £76,200. In its costs claim, the Met said Mr Khoja 'knew that he had asked for a bacon roll two or three times for personal consumption before bringing his claim and throughout the conduct of his claim'.The Daily Mial has reported
It is believed the Muslim chef would force money form the Met police of religious grounds, but his tactics have failed and he is left with his own legal bill of £30,000 and will now also have to pay the legal bill for the Met police of £76,200
Mr Khoja, from Edgware, North London, who is still employed by the Met, claimed at a hearing in Watford that he could afford to pay only £80 a week as he has little income, lives in rented property and is struggling with £30,000 legal bills of his own.
But the court discovered he had sold another home last year, splitting profits of almost £200,000 with his wife and two sons.
Mr Khoja, who sits on a Foods Standards Agency advisory committee on Muslim issues, decided to take action after Scotland Yard chiefs placed him on unpaid leave for a year after his refusal to work with pork.
Judge Southam also heard how Mr Khoja had made 'wild and baseless' allegations about a human resource manager, allegedly making racial facial gestures.
I've worked with several muzzies and you are 100% CORRECT
Even had one excoriate me for eating a filthy pig (BBQ Pork) while eating lunch one day all the while he was eating baby back ribs!!!
I mentioned that little tidbit to him and he just shrugged and said they are too good to throw out
Allah is forgiving !!!
When I served in that part of the world, we had local nationals working as, well, I don’t really know what they did other than eat all of the pork pattie MRE’s.
We’d remind them that they were muslim and there may actually be pork in the pork patties. They would just smile and keep eating.
***Muslims eat pork all the time, they just lie about it. ***
So do some 7th Day Adventists.;-D
Tales I could tell...!
Imagine if a Muslim took a job at a liquor store, and then sued because his employer made him handle alcohol.
Britain needs to pull its crown out of its arse and grow a pair before it is completely overrun.
Reminds me of a joke:
A priest and a rabbi are sitting next to each other on an airplane. After a while the priest turns to the rabbi and asks, “Is it still a requirement of your faith that you not eat pork?”
The rabbi responds, “Yes, that is still one of our beliefs.”
The priest then asks, “Have you ever eaten pork?”
To which the rabbi replies, “Yes, on one occasion I did succumb To temptation and tasted a ham sandwich.”
The priest nodded in understanding and went on with his reading. A while later, the rabbi spoke up and asked the priest, “Father, is it still a requirement of your church that you remain celibate?”
The priest replied, “Yes, that is still very much a part of our faith.”
The rabbi then asked him, “Father, have you ever fallen to the temptations of the flesh?”
The priest replied, “Yes, rabbi, on one occasion I was weak and broke with my faith.”
The rabbi nodded understandingly. He was silent for about five minutes, and then he said,
“Beats the hell out of a ham sandwich, doesn’t it?”