It's bad enough when we hear about the horrors of Sharia law in Muslim nations, but it is downright unacceptable when it hits our shores. As outrageous and unbelievable as that sounds, it has indeed reached America, and it is up to us who love our nation and it's freedoms to stand up and fight against it.
Read about what is taking place in Dearbornistan, the most heavily Muslim populated city in America, via Atlas Shrugs. Dearbornistan is home to the new TLC show 'All-American Muslim'. You think they'll cover this story on TLC? Somehow, I think not.
Sharia in Dearborn: Male nurse fired for treating Muslim women
"A taxpayer-funded health clinic has no business enforcing Sharia, but that is what we have come to in Omerica. The nurse has filed a lawsuit, and I hope he wins, but in Islamic Dearborn, he can't count on getting American justice.
Dearbornistan: Male nurse fired for treating Muslim women files lawsuit Creeping Sharia November 24
More sharia law in Dearbornistan. via Metro and State | Male nurse claims he lost job for treating Muslim women in scarves | The Detroit News.
'A male nurse filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against the city of Dearborn on Wednesday, claiming he was fired for treating conservative Muslim women wearing head scarves.
John Benitez Jr. is suing for unspecified damages and to reclaim his job, according to the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court.
Benitez, 63, of Madison Heights, worked at the city’s taxpayer-funded health clinic. He alleges he was ordered by a female supervisor not to treat conservative Muslim women, specifically those wearing head scarves, according to the lawsuit. He was told the clinic’s male Muslim clients did not want a male treating female patients.
He complied until November 2010, when a doctor ordered him to treat Muslim women as he would any other patient, the suit claimed. Benitez followed the doctor’s order and was fired less than one month later, according to the lawsuit.
“When you get to the point that taxpayer-funded entities are having to comply with personal religious beliefs rather than letting people do their job you’re going down a road that does not end in a good place,” the nurse’s lawyer, Deborah Gordon, said in an interview Wednesday.
“If people don’t want to be treated, they can go find their own practitioner.”
The city closed the clinic June 30 amid budget cuts.
A Dearborn spokeswoman declined comment.
Hospitals and health clinics routinely make accommodations based on religion, said Dawud Walid, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations.
“In general, unless it is for emergency situations, many Muslims would prefer being screened and touched by someone of the same gender,” Walid said.
“If he was fired based upon an order from a supervisor, that obviously would be unjust.”'
Unjust, as the application of sharia law would be in the U.S. – and in most places. Walid belongs to the Hamas-linked Islamist group CAIR – banned by the FBI – and proponents of Islamic sharia law in the U.S."