Non-Muslim Workers Protest Accommodation of Muslims at Swift Plant

At 7:30 pm the Muslims, about 200 in number, walked off the job,went to the employee cafeteria and began to break tables and equipment.

In this we see the inevitable and logical outcome of the allegedly”reasonable” accommodation of Muslim demands in American workplaces:”Somalis are running our plant. They are telling us what to do.” Thecompany has “no respect for the Spanish or white people. Many times weare forced to pull extra count… I don’t feel that is right.”

Although this article frames the controversy in racial terms, itisn’t really a racial issue at all. It is a question of to what extentAmerican institutions and organizations are going to change theirpractices and inconvenience non-Muslims in order to assuage Muslimdemands. These Muslim initiatives, I have argued, are part of a larger stealth jihad aimed at, in the words of the Muslim Brotherhood,”eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of thebelievers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is madevictorious over all other religions.”

This article, however, shows what it does mean: it means that — aswas inevitable given the supremacist nature of Islam — Muslims willaccept no compromise, and non-Muslim workers will feel slighted andresentful. There can be no possible compromise with Sharia provisions:they must be adhered to in full, and once the precedent is set thatthey must be accommodated, there will be no end to the demands. That iswhy each of these incidents is important: it’s a small accommodation ititself, but it reinforces the precedent that American practices mustgive way to Muslim ones whenever they clash. Once that precedent isset, it does indeed lead to the Islamization of American society,unless at a certain point non-Muslims are willing to draw the line andsay “Thus far, but no farther. No more accommodation of Muslimdemands.” That line will never be drawn, however, as long as Americanscontinue to fail to see the larger implications and inevitable outcomeof these individual incidents.

This incident is the future. We will be seeing much more of this.