Litigation Jihad vs Abercrombie & Fitch

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Lawsuit filed against clothing store over alleged religious discrimination

A popular national clothing store is being sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for allegedly not hiring a Muslim Tulsa teenager because she wears a hijab, or religiously mandated head scarf.
The EEOC filed a lawsuit against Abercrombie & Fitch Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Tulsa, citing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 1991 as the basis for the action.


In June 2008, 17-year-old Samantha Elauf applied to work in a sales position at the Abercrombie Kids store located in Woodland Hills Mall, the lawsuit states.

A district manager allegedly told her that the hijab, worn in observance of religious beliefs, did not fit the store’s image.

“Defendant refused to hire Ms. Elauf because she wears a hijab, claiming that the wearing of headgear was prohibited by its Look Policy, and, further, failed to accommodate her religious beliefs by making an exception to the Look Policy,” the lawsuit states.

The girl took her case to the Council on American-Islamic Relations-Oklahoma, which helped her file a complaint with the EEOC Oklahoma City. More from  GINNIE GRAHAM World Staff Writer

6 thoughts on “Litigation Jihad vs Abercrombie & Fitch”

  1. Maybe she did not interview well. Hijab or not if you are unemployable no job. So bugger off and take it on the chin you indoctrinated victim.

  2. As I believe Moslems worship Satan it is against my religion to ever employ one. Under freedom of religion I am able to exercise my right to do this.

    PS: Sheik why do you link to LGF still? 🙁

  3. Is this a new case?

    Indeed. Looks like Abercrombie is learning resistant:

    Muslim woman files lawsuit against Abercrombie & Fitch after ‘she was fired for wearing a headscarf at work’

    By FIONA ROBERTS All By This Author – 26/06/2011 06:33:31

    The woman, who has not been named, claims bosses at the store in California told her the hijab didn’t fit with the firm’s ‘look policy’ – even though she worked in the stockroom

  4. February 2010, so probably not a new one. It must be getting hard for muslims to argue for special treatment, while they are also refusing to obey laws governing hiring of taxis, carrying service animals (etc).

  5. Probably time for corporations / business / family firms etc to simply tell these “discrimination” busy bodies to go away, and set their own employment policies.

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