Quote of the Day: Silly Spencer: Abercrombie & Fitch is a New Proving Ground for Stealth Jihad

Hani Khan, 20, says she was fired from Abercrombie & Fitch at Hillsdale Mall for refusing to remove her headscarf while at work. Credit Drew Himmelstein

Spencer tends to forget that a job is a job. Everyone has the right to work where they want in America.

The real question is, Why would a Muslima want to work at Abercrombie & Fitch in the first place? Wouldn’t she find the clothing line, the advertising, and the whole atmosphere objectionable on moral grounds? Shouldn’t she prefer to shun such an environment rather than want to work there at all, especially if she is pious and observant enough to want to wear the hijab? Unless, of course, the real point of her getting hired in the first place was to compel an American business to change its practices in order to accommodate Islamic norms, and thereby to assert once again that Islam must dominate and not be dominated.

This Muslim woman chose to work at a place where her love for fashion could be a place to help others find the perfect accessories. Her personal accessory happens to be a hijab.

“Abercrombie & Fitch will also be selling hijabs, niqabs, and burqas once creeping Sharia takes effect.” Spencer needs to get a life.

Most of the comments for this post veer far off topic and into an odd self-gratifying Hadith flinging game. Here is a sampling of the “moderated” comment section:

6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day: Silly Spencer: Abercrombie & Fitch is a New Proving Ground for Stealth Jihad

  1. Spencer’s logic works in a reverse manner: “Shouldn’t she prefer to shun such an environment rather than want to work there at all…” So all Muslims should shun such environment so as to match Spencer’s hole-riddled delineation of Muslims! If you are not a bad person, you are not a true Muslim!

    He seems so angry she’s accepting her work environment. He wants her to express extreme views or act in an extreme manner in order to prove himself right!!

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