Muslim Meat Plant Workers Demand Right To Pray
In complaints to be filed to the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission this week, the workers allege their supervisors at the Grand Island, Neb. plant refused to schedule a break for the 5-10 minute prayer, known as the maghrib.
The Council for American Islamic Relations, which is filing the complaints on behalf of 10 workers, claims Greeley, Colo.-based Swift...
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