FOX Shills for Muslim Brotherhood CAIR to Advance Islamic Supremacism

ByPamela Geller on February 28, 2010

Why is FOX shilling for unindicted co-conspirator and Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas front CAIR?  Just read the damning evidence from the Holy Land trial. CAIR is a jihad front. So why does FOX give these subversives a platform without qualifying who they are and what they are?

The Fox morning show had the devout Muslim woman on who
was fired from soft pornsters
Abercrombie & Fitch for wearing the hijab at work. Why would a devout Muslim woman want to work for a company that traffics in blatant sexual imagery? No pious woman would be caught dead near an A&F. So why? So that CAIR can sue. The devout Muslim woman who was fired was on FOX this morning with her face blacked out, joined by a soldier for allah from CAIR.

And of
course CAIR has filed with the EEOC against Abercrombie & Fitch in preparation of the litigation jihad or lawfare. This is not the first time CAIR has sued and harassed Abercrombie and Fitch in their pursuit of Islamic supremacism over the infidels.

Fox morning called it blatant religious discrimination and apologized. Further, they made it sound as if the Muslim's
refusal to take off the hijab at work was a violation of her religion. Would a
nun be allowed to wear their outfit and work at Abercrombie & Fitch? 


Someone should ask Fox if they would ever hire a women and allow them to
wear the hijab, niqab, burka, etc while working on their live shows. I think CAIR should send some of their hijabed harridans up to the blondie, boobilicious, bootilicious, bodacious ta ta'ed network and sue their pants off if they don't get hired. 



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