Here's another case in America
of a Muslim who simply won't respect company policy:
Imane Boudal, 26, asked her employers at Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel several months ago whether they would permit her to wear a headcovering while working as a hostess, a spokesman for a worker’s union said.
But when no reply was forthcoming, she decided to don the headscarf anyway, timing her decision with the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Leigh Shelton, a spokesman for the Unite Here Local 11 union said.
“Disney told Boudlal that if she wanted to work as a hostess she had to remove her hijab because it did not comply with the 'Disney Look,’” the spokesman said.
“Disney further advised Boudlal that if she refused to remove her hijab, she could either work a back-of-the-house position where any customers would not see her, or else go home.”
Miss Boudlal refused the compromise and is now bringing Disney before the US Equal Opportunity Commission, a federal agency that handles claims of workplace discrimination.
This is rather surprising that a Disney company, of all places, is willing to maintain this kind of policy. Does it mean they've learned their lesson since the time they attempted to subvert a Holy Land exhibition they once put on display in Florida, for the sake of CAIR and an Arabic prince whom they were doing business with?
Labels: CAIR corruption, islam, United States