Maybe there should be an item at the bottom of all lists of rules noting that they do not apply to Muslims. Or maybe people should roll up their sleeves and fight back:
In April, seven Muslim women, six of whom were wearing hijabs, were asked to give up their table at the popular Urth Caffe in Laguna Beach, California. According to the staff, the women were in violation of the cafe’s rush hour policy. The policy states that “during our busy rush times, if you have already been at a table for 45 minutes or longer, please share or give your table to someone who is waiting.”
Cops had to drag them out because they refused to leave. Unsurprisingly they sued, shrieking “discrimination” and “Islamophobia.”
In response, Urth filed a countersuit Tuesday, claiming “trespass,” and demanding the plaintiffs pay their legal fees.
Finally, we see some pushback against the crybullies, who are on particularly weak ground this time because the Urth Caffé caters largely to a Muslim clientele, many of whom were there wearing hijabs at the time and were not asked to leave because they were not hogging a large table. Furthermore,
Jilla Berkman, co-owner of Urth with her husband, is a Muslim. … According to Urth’s attorney, it was Berkman who actually authorized the call to the police.
Regarding the head crybully, a plaintiff against Urth who took to Fakebook to snivel about her alleged oppression,
[A]ccording to Urth’s attorney, Sara Farsakh is “a college-age activist for Palestinian causes who self-promotes her involvement in radical organizations, at least one of which calls for the destruction of Israel.”
Farsakh will go farther in her activist career if she learns that to execute a successful hate hoax, you must be sure not to claim you are being oppressed by members of your own privileged special interest group.
But at least she has earned a place on the Hate Hoax List.
On a tip from Torcer.