Wisconsin: It is not just meatpackers having problems with Muslim refugee employees

Update Feb. 9, 2016:  Here is a good update on the story at a trade publication.  Moral of the story, don’t even hire them in the first place!

This is a story, hat tip: Dave, about a Green Bay, Wisconsin manufacturer which is trying to get demands for special prayer break times under control at its plant.

Green Bay Imam

I’m a few days late with this story, so there may be more news by now.  But, I want you to see the original story and the fact that CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) has its nose in the issue.

Readers the important thing to note is that this is about advancing the Islamic supremacist agenda and planting Shariah law in the work place.  It is not some unimportant little controversy.

Here is the story at Bizpac Review.

And, go here to see a news clip at WBAY Channel 2 News with the story.  See Hasan Abdi in action.

Here is CAIR weighing in:


See a recent controversy over prayer break times at a Ft. Morgan meatpacking plant also involving Somali refugee workers with CAIR riding to their rescue.

Go here and scroll down to Wisconsin and see that it is Catholic Charities that is responsible for bringing Somali Muslim workers to Green Bay.  By the way, I have no sympathy for greedy corporations that were too dumb and naive and hired Muslim workers in the first place! What did they expect?

8 thoughts on “Wisconsin: It is not just meatpackers having problems with Muslim refugee employees

  1. There are many reputable Islam sites that tell Muslims they can make-up missed prayers. To say otherwise is nothing more than a show of Muslim supremacy and forcing Islamization onto a non-Muslim workplace. A quick Google search will easily find these sites – so why can’t CAIR, employees, judges, lawyers and employers do the same?

    Here’s one:
    “If a prayer is missed, it is common practice among Muslims that it is to be made up as soon as it is remembered or as soon as one is able to do so. This is known as Qadaa’. For example, if one misses the noon prayer because of a work meeting that could not be interrupted, one should pray as soon as the meeting is over.

    If the next prayer time has already come, one should first perform the prayer that was missed, and immediately after it the “on time” prayer.”


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  2. The Muslims are allowed to make up their prayer time. They do not need to pray exactly at a certain time. This is according to Zuhdi Jasser, another Muslim who does not agree with CAIR and the tactics of Islamists. (And, he is a WI native.)

    Therefore, requiring the Muslims to pray during their breaks is okay and is not a denial of their religious freedom.

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