Muslims make up only one percent of the population, but file 40% of workplace discrimination complaints.
…The Bloomberg article gives a short list of how some companies are furthering this gradual sharia agenda:
JPMorgan Chase & Co. provides transportation to mosques, and other places of worship, for employees in offices not big enough to have prayer rooms. Alcohol wasn’t served at a recent party at a New York architecture firm because a new staff member who’s [sic] Muslim wouldn’t feel comfortable attending if it were, according to the office manager, asking not to be named because he’s not authorized to speak publicly about the firm.
…In addition, “[o]ne goal of the Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield Q&A session in Newark last year was to dispel concerns that Islam is a dangerous faith[.]” Since, when did it become the job of a health insurance network to advocate for Islamic apologetics? Is that not the job of clerics and believers of the faith? For that matter, when did employers become a free taxi service to the local “place of worship”?