Top US Court Sides With Muslim Woman Denied Job at Abercrombie & Fitch


My niece used to work for Abercrombie & Fitch.

Some readers have even seen her, my eldest niece, in the UMMOA 2014 "Happy Holidays" card, and can testify that she is a stunning young woman.

But why would Abercrombie & Fitch, where image is not just part of the package, but the entire package, want to give a job to a rather unremarkable, even hideous-looking broad, who also wears a head scarf?

I used to date a novitiate French Catholic nun — I'm not making this up, because I attended the University of Perugia at the time, and was a medical student (I did not graduate to become a WMA-approved physician, and thank God I didn't!), while she was studying the Montessori Method at the time — who did not wear the Catholic nun's habit yet, and who used to pretend she didn't like all the attention she got from me before I found out she was a nun-in-training, and she was stunning compared to Muslim woman in the article below, stunning compared to even most women!

I also dated another religious extremist, this one a medical student, and Jehovah's Witness, and she also hid her religious identity from me until it was too late, so yes, I suffered from various religious extremists in those years, seeking love in all the wrong places, and I don't mean "houses of ill repute" by wrong places either!

Well, to make a long story short, my favourite novitiate nun could have worked for Abercrombie & Fitch with the full Catholic nun's habit, while the Muslim woman mentioned in the article below probably wouldn't qualify even without that head scarf!

You would think the US Supreme Court would defend the rights of Christian churches to marry whoever their religious doctrines, and the Holy Bible tell them to! But no, folks like Scalia — who is supposedly a "conservative", a devout Traditionalist Catholic, and his son, Paul, even a Catholic priest — only defend Muslims and their error-filled ways, as if they actually had more rights than everyone else under the First Amendment.

As if Muslims, whose scriptures even refute that Jesus ever died on a cross, were actually some traditionalist version of Christians! Besides attempting to establish a legal precedent that may actually harm the few remaining businesses left in America that provide work for our young, the Hon. Scalia has even quite frankly gone counter to the very thinking Jesus himself espoused, and the very reason why Christian lands are so much kinder and liberating for women, compared to Muslim and non-Christian lands in general. As Robert Royal puts it on pages 95–96 of his book:
Women in classical society had difficulty exercising any influence. By contrast, we see even as early as the New Testament that women were numbered among the prominent followers of Jesus, and in the churches that Paul and the apostles founded around the Mediterranean, women, often well-born, exercised various responsibilities. Where the pagan population had a dearth of women, the Christians probably had more women than men, and many of those women probably served as evangeli[s]ers to non-Christian husbands. [1]
I also don't understand what a head scarf has to do with religion, any religion. That's like an Italian saying that the statement, «l'abito non fa il monaco», is not a true statement. Last time I checked, Hon. Antonin Scalia, being a virgin, being even a pretty novitiate French Catholic nun besides being a virgin, is not enough to marry Jesus. You also have to be a righteous virgin if you want to marry God's absolute favourite [2].


Top US Court Sides With Muslim Woman Denied Job at Abercrombie & Fitch
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The Bishop of the Cesidian Church (contact), and the author of this article, was ordained as a non-denominational Minister by Rose Ministries, and was consecrated as non-denominational Bishop by Saint Luke Evangelical Christian Ministries. He was later ordained as an Independent Catholic Priest and Bishop by the Universal One Church. The Bishop of the Cesidian Church was also ordained as a Native American Medicine Man or Traditional Leader, and later consecrated as a Certified Minister and Practitioner of the Sacred Order of Lehb of the Native American Church of the Nemenhah Indigenous Traditional Organization. The Cesidian Church is  Nazorean, or simply  Cesidian. The word  Cesidian comes from the name  Cesidio, which is not really a name of Latin origin, but of Osco-Umbrian, Sabellic, or Italic origin, and which was originally written from right-to-left (not left-to-right), and pronounced  Kaisiris.
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [3, 4]
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