By WILLIAM MAYER and BEILA RABINOWITZ
October 12, 2008 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - Local media sources in Greeley, Colorado are reporting that a group of Somali Muslim immigrants, fired by local meat packer JBS Swift, have retained counsel and are meeting with the Council on American Islamic Relations' [a co-conspirator in the nation's largest terror funding prosecution] thug lawyers in an attempt to prolong and intensify the controversy over the factious issue of forced recognition of Islamic law in the workplace.
Though vowing to make sure that, "what happened at Swift won't happen again," the Somalis seem to be totally unrepentant, failing to take any responsibility for forcing the hand of their former employer in the recent labor action. [see, Ingrate Somali Muslim Workers On Rampage - Again - This Time At Colorado Meat Packer, JBS Swift, https://www.pipelinenews.org/index.cfm?page=somaliid=9.10.08%2Ehtm]
The union which represented the workers, the United Food Commercial Workers Union, has indicated that they intend to file job grievances as a result of the impasse with Swift. [source, http://www.greeleytribune.com/article/20081011/NEWS/110119994/1002&parentprofile=1001&title=Meetings%20begin%20between%20East%20Africans,%20community%20leaders]
The Somalis came to reside in Colorado as a result of a disastrous policy, administered by the U.S. State Department, which designates them as political refugees. [see, Federal Refugee Program Involved In Forcing U.S. Employers Into Shari'a Compliance, https://www.pipelinenews.org/index.cfm?page=somaliid=9.16.08%2Ehtm] Similar labor problems have occurred in nearly every instance where substantial groups of these low-skilled workers have been employed. In these cases the workers, often aided and abetted by CAIR and other Islamist organizations, have pushed their new employers to become Shari'a compliant, walking out when their strong-arm tactics have failed.
The refugee program has resulted in the immigration of approximately 40,000 Somalis since 9/11 and a total of nearly 80,000 since its inception.
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