Have you heard the latest from Dhimmiland UK?
A Muslim chef is suing Britain’s largest police force, claiming he suffered religious discrimination – because he was asked to cook bacon and pork sausages for breakfast.
Hasanali Khoja is due to put his case against the Metropolitan Police before an employment tribunal. The ten day hearing begins tomorrow.
And Mr Khoja’s case is being supported by the Assocation Of Muslim Police and also the National Black Police Assocation. Khoja insists that he was refused permission to avoid handling pork, while working as a catering manager at a West London police HQ.
Personally, I think columnist Richard Littlejohn sums it up rather well: “There are some stories which are so preposterous on so many levels that it is difficult to know where to start.
“Whoever heard of a chef being excused pork? Naturally, he now wants a large sum of money by way of compensation. The Met has a long and undistinguished record of grovelling to this kind of opportunist bullying.
“What astonishes me is that he ever applied for a job cooking for policemen in the first place. What, precisely, did he think they serve up in a police canteen – vegetarian samosas?”
Funny how you never hear of British Hindus, Jews, Sikhs, or Pagans kicking up a fuss and howling about ‘religious discrimination’, isn’t it? But then, members of these faiths don’t have a nasty and frankly duplicitous habit of freely choosing to work in a SECULAR arena, then protesting when their RELIGIOUS sensibilities are offended.
The case should be slung out of court. Of course, this being Britain, no doubt the chef will win, be paid damages, and then laugh all the way to the Mosque.
Some people have suggested that the whole thing looks like a set up. I can’t disagree. This man knew that, at some point, he’d be required to handle pork. Yet he took the job despite this – no doubt biding his time. Now he’s set to be rewarded for this deceit.
And where are all the dissenting cries from other British Muslims…? Oh, silly me. There aren’t any. All of the so-called ‘moderate’ Muslims seem to vanish the very second their voices most need to be heard.