Common sense would indicate that wearing loose fitting clothing around heavy machinery might be a bad idea, but followers of sharia think otherwise. Of course, if these women were truely following sharia, they wouldn't be working outside the home without a male relative with them at all times. But never mind that kaffir, we're going to sue.
Six Somali women claim they were ordered by a manager to wear pants and shirts to work instead of their traditional Islamic clothing of loose-fitting skirts and scarves, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a civil liberties group that is representing the women.
The women have filed a religious discrimination complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. …
Gruma Corp., the Irving, Texas-based parent company of Mission Foods, released a written statement Tuesday denying that any employees were terminated or disciplined at the New Brighton plant. However, the company made clear the six women have been relieved of their responsibilities for the time being, and may ultimately lose their jobs if they don’t wear uniforms.
I wonder if CAIR will want to establish this method in court?
Qur'an 4:15 "If any of your women are guilty of lewdness, take the evidence of four witnesses from amongst you against them; if they testify, confine them to houses until death [by starvation] claims them."
Check out what Woman Honor Thyself has to say on the same subject.