Last night Mark Levin had on his show a lawyer representing a restaurant called Urth Caffe. This is a restaurant being targeted by a phony lawsuit brought by a Muslim woman with CAIR’s backing.
As you will hear, the lawyer representing the cafe, which is owned by a Jewish man and Muslim woman who are married, explains what sounds like a setup by a group of Muslim women who claimed discrimination instead of simply abiding by the restaurant’s table policy.
How despicable! The 45-minute table policy exists because the overwhelming demand for tables outside. After that someone is asked to move to a less popular table so someone else gets a chance to sit there.
These women, instead of moving to another table when asked, started screaming they were being asked to leave because they were Muslims. As the lawyer points out, there were plenty of other Muslim women in the cafe – even wearing hijabs – that were abiding by the policy and were just fine. It was just these Muslim women, who CAIR just happens to be representing now, that claimed discrimination.
Of course the Guardian newspaper is now attacking the AFLC lawyer representing the cafe, for daring to countersue these poor oppressed Muslim women. Read more about this and how it’s connected to the Southern Poverty Law Center at Front Page Mag.
It’s a good thing Levin had this lawyer on his show last night so that we get to hear the real story of what actually happened. After all, we’re not going to get this from the news media who would rather withhold the truth than offend Muslims.