Muslim woman REFUSES to do her job because of her religious beliefs, ISN’T thrown into PRISON

A Muslim woman is refusing to do her job as an airline waitress to serve alcohol to drunken louts like myself when I fly, and instead of tossing her into prison like they did to Kim Davis, she’s getting to sue the airline.

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Apparently the “reasonable accommodation” was putting some strain on the other stewardess because she had to serve all the alcohol. You would think they’d be able to figure this out, but nope.

More from CNN:

A Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended by ExpressJet for refusing to serve alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith.

In a bid to get her job back, Charee Stanley filed a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Tuesday for the revocation of a reasonable religious accommodation.

She wants to do her job without serving alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith — just as she was doing before her suspension, her lawyer said.

“What this case comes down to is no one should have to choose between their career and religion and it’s incumbent upon employers to provide a safe environment where employees can feel they can practice their religion freely,” said Lena Masri, an attorney with Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Stanley, 40, started working for ExpressJet nearly three years ago. About two years ago she converted to Islam. This year she learned her faith prohibits her from not only consuming alcohol but serving it, too, Masri said.

She approached her supervisor on June 1 and was told to work out an arrangement for someone to fulfill passenger requests for alcohol.

“It was at the direction of the airlines that she began coordinating with the other flight attendant on duty so that when a passenger requested alcohol, the other flight attendant would accommodate that request,” Masri said. “We know that this arrangement has worked beautifully and without incident and that it hasn’t caused any undue burden on the airline. After all, it was the suggestion of the airline.”

It seemed to be working out until another flight attendant filed a complaint against Stanley on August 2 claiming she was not fulfilling her duties by refusing to serve alcohol, Masri said. The employee complaint also said Stanley had a book with “foreign writings” and wore a headdress.

Now of course, this isn’t a fair comparison to Kim Davis because Davis is an elected official. But it’s still somewhat ridiculous for this person to take two years to find out she can’t even serve alcohol. Having faith means having to make sacrifices, it doesn’t mean forcing others to make sacrifices.

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