Monday, April 27, 2009

British Stewardess Fired for Refusing to Wear Islamic Robe

Abayas in action, ain't they beautiful?

"Well there they go again". (Ronald Reagan)

British airline BMI with full approval of the British Employment Tribunal has upheld the firing of a female, non-Muslim flight attendant for refusing to wear an abaya while she is de-planed in Saudi Arabia.

Britain leads the rest of Europe in dhimmitude in every field, from providing benefits and housing to convicted terrorists, to prosecuting their own citizens for speaking truth to the Islamic invasion, to barring Geert Wilders for inciting "hate speech". The list is endless.

Well, all this will fall into perspective once the general uprising of Muslims in Eurpoe begins, and the various governments will find themselves totally unprepared to deal with not thousands of rioters, but millions of Muslims "coming out" and joining the physical Jihad against the West. But it may well be too late at that point.

If Pakistan falls to the Taliban, or an Israeli attack on Iran may be the catalist that will begin massive Muslim terror attacks throughout the Western world.

Where will you be when the Jihad hits the street?


British Stewardess Fired for Refusing to Wear Islamic Robe

So is this what decades of suffragettes, the 60's-70's women's movement and modern day feminism has finally wrought?
Under the ludicrous guise of multiculturalism/cultural sensitivities, female flight attendants working for a BRITISH based airline (BMI) are now ordered to wear the abaya (muslim robe or dress) after flights to Saudi Arabia when they are in the country.

"BRITISH air stewardess was sacked for refusing to fly to Saudi Arabia after she was ordered to wear a traditional Islamic robe and walk behind male colleagues. Lisa Ashton, a £15,000-a-year stewardess with BMI, was told that in public areas in Saudi Arabia she was required to wear a black robe, known as an abaya. This covers everything but the face, feet and hands. She was told to follow her male colleagues, irrespective of rank."

And it gets even worse:
"Earlier this year an employment tribunal in Manchester ruled that BMI was justified in imposing “rules of a different culture” on staff and cleared it of sexual discrimination...........In the employment tribunal decision over Ashton’s case it was ruled there was no evidence that women would regard BMI’s requirements on wearing the abaya, or walking behind men, as “placing them under any disadvantage”. Ashton’s case was dismissed."