Texas: Clinic With Balls Rejects Hijab in the Workplace

Islamizing the workplace (and the US of A)

Texas Medical Group Denies Muslim Doctor Right to Hijab

Muslim civil rights organization says ‘no hat’ policy must have religious exemption… (I predict the  the clinic caves in within the next 10 days…/ed)

Muslim doctor in hijab

Hijab? Thanks, but no thanks….

H/T Pamela

(AP) DALLAS – A Muslim doctor interviewing for a job at a suburban Dallas medical clinic says officials there told her she couldn’t wear her headscarf in the workplace.

Dr. Hena Zaki of Plano, Texas, said Friday that she was shocked when CareNow officials told her that a no-hat policy extended to her hijab.

The 29-year-old doctor wants an apology and a change in CareNow’s policy.

However, CareNow President Tim Miller says he sees nothing wrong with the policy and feels no need to apologize. In a statement, his company says it does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion or national origin in employment decisions.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations calls CareNow’s policy “a blatant violation” of federal law….

5 thoughts on “Texas: Clinic With Balls Rejects Hijab in the Workplace”

  1. Now it will be a “religious requirement”, demanding submission, jizyah
    and sensitivity training. Other times, it is “cultural, nothing to do with

    Doesn’t really matter, as long as the courts buy it & fawn over every muslim whim.

  2. There’s 20-25% of the world that likes this sort of thing. Why can’t she go serve them? We don’t want to go where women are covered up like that. Go find some other Mo Nutlicks.

  3. It isn’t the United States Of Allah.
    It’s the United States Of America.
    And will be, as it always has been.

  4. “Muslim civil rights “? What about Christian civil rights in their pathetic countries? When will they come about? My guess is never, not ever…

    I hate the way these people demand apologies because THEY choose this BS ‘religion’.

    Piss on muslims & islam…

  5. MediaCurves.com conducted a recent follow-up study among 1,431 Americans about their perceptions of woman wearing a traditional Muslim shawl, or hijab. The results revealed many positive changes in the respondent’s views with regard to the photo of a woman wearing a hijab. The woman with a shawl was viewed as more friendly, beautiful, and less strict, compared to an identical study that was run in January 2008. Respondents were also more welcoming of the idea of the woman depicted living in their neighborhood than in 2008.
    More in depth results can be seen at:

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