Tag: Job

Muslims Face Worst Employment Discrimination In Australia

DTT: Australian employers are choosing people based on whether or not they have foreign name, with Muslims suffering the most. I am really not surprised at all. This is been happening for many years all over the World where Muslims are a minority. This has happened to many other minorities. Example, in America, a group… Read More ›

US Court Ruled In Favour Of Samantha Elauf Who Was Denied Job Because Of Her Hijab

DTT: Good news from the Supreme Court today in America. A Muslim woman was denied a job at Abercrombie & Fitch Co clothing store in Oklahoma because of her Hijab. It was clear discrimination. After a long battle, taking them to court for discriminating against her, she finally won her case. It is a right of… Read More ›

Indian Company Says To Job-Seeker, “We Hire Only Non-Muslim Candidates”

MUMBAI: About 15 minutes after applying for a job at a multinational company in Mumbai, MBA graduate Zeshan Ali Khan received a reply that left him in utter disbelief: “We regret to inform you that we hire only non-Muslim candidates.”  Khan along with two of his non-Muslim friends applied for a marketing job with a multinational exports company, Hare Krishna… Read More ›

Nigel Farage Says UKIP Would Scrap Race Discrimination Laws

  The Guardian and Independent front pages yesterday reported on comments Nigel Farage is said to have made in a documentary fronted by former chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Trevor Phillips, and due to air on Channel 4 next week about scrapping race discrimination legislation in the UK and referring to Muslims… Read More ›

Supreme Court Justice’s Appear To Favor Muslim Woman Denied Job

By Mark Sherman / Huffington Post WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court indicated Wednesday it will side with a Muslim woman who didn’t get hired by clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch because she wore a black headscarf that conflicted with the company’s dress code to her job interview. Liberal and conservative justices aggressively questioned the… Read More ›