• April 20, 2024

Christian Woman Is Arrested Defending Her Religious Liberties, While THIS Muslim…

The liberal ACLU filed a motion against Kim Davis, a Kentucky county clerk who would not issue marriage liberals to same-sex couples. She was just arrested by Obama’s federal government for contempt, as she refused to comply with a court order because gay marriage violates her Christian beliefs. This is an outrageous criminalization of religious liberty in America:

A Kentucky county clerk was found in contempt of court and jailed Thursday for her refusal to issue marriage licenses in wake of the Supreme Court decision to allow gays to wed.

U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning placed Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in the custody of U.S. marshals until she complies, saying fines were not enough to force her to comply with his previous order to provide the paperwork to all couples and allowing her to defy the order would create a “ripple effect.”

“Her good-faith belief is simply not a viable defense,” said Bunning, who also said he has deeply held religious beliefs. “Oaths mean things.”

Meanwhile, a follower of Islam is filing a legal complaint against the airline she worked with as a flight attendant. Why? Because she was required to serve alcohol as part of her job, even though her faith prohibits it. The terrorist-connected Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is filing the complaint with Obama’s EEOC, which will certainly take the complaint seriously…

A Muslim-American group plans Tuesday to file a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against ExpressJet Airlines for allegedly failing to accommodate a Metro Detroit-area Muslim flight attendant who objects to serving alcohol based on her religious beliefs.

The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said the airline had directed employee Charee Stanley , to work out arrangements with the other flight attendant on duty to accommodate passengers’ requests for alcohol. The setup, it said, had worked without incident until Aug. 25, when ExpressJet placed Stanley on administrative leave for 12 months, after which her position may be terminated, according to CAIR.

“We have informed ExpressJet of its obligation under the law to reasonably accommodate Ms. Stanley’s religious accommodation request regarding service of alcohol,” Lena Masri, staff attorney for CAIR-Michigan said in a statement.

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