See this story on the Derby Evening Telegraph website:
Forced out of job by alcohol beliefs
A MUSLIM from Derby is suing supermarket giant Tesco for religious discrimination because he was asked to handle crates of alcohol against his beliefs.
Mohammed Ahmed, of Upper Dale Road, Normanton, also accused Tesco of victimisation and harassment during a three-day employment tribunal.
Poor little baby. Did the nasty master make you pick up a crate of booze? What about other religions that are intolerant of alcohol, such as Methodists? Do they receive special dispensation? What about pork, bacon, sausages, ham and paintbrushes made with pigs’ bristles — and other religions who have a problem with pork products?
Nobody was making him drink the stuff, for crying out loud. It’s sealed up in bottles and packed up in crates. And the claim that he was unaware — despite having visited other British supermarkets — that Tesco sold alcohol is simply laughable.
Mohammed Ahmed is an embarrassment to his community, towards whom he has done nothing but stir up ill feeling. I am sure that most Muslims in this country are quite happy to leave their more outlandish beliefs at the door of the Mosque on the way out, but there are many ignorant people who would use one person’s pathetic, infantile behaviour to tar them all with the same brush.
Ahmed deserves nothing more than a one-way ticket back to Saudi Arabia — wrapped in the bill for the whole sorry affair. Including the clean-up for any race riots that may ensue as a result of his acting like a twat.