This video clip from Australia made me wonder about how the US handles women in Burquas who drive cars etc.
Seems Like Lying To Infidels Is OK!,
Now take a look at this PDF that was put out by the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
And you’ll likely be as surprised by the content as I was.
Some highlights from the report:
Over the years CAIR has received numerous reports from driver’s license applicants claiming that they were denied religious accommodation.
CAIR has obtained public records from driver’s license agencies in all states and this review reached the following findings:
Religious accommodation issues impact men and women in the Christian, Jewish, Sikh, and Muslim communities.
Most states, except Georgia, Kentucky and New Hampshire, have addressed religious accommodation concerns in codes, policy manuals or administrative practices.
But five states, namely Arkansas, Mississippi, Kansas, Missouri, and Maine, recognize only certain religious practices.
The other 42 states have adopted more inclusive approaches to religious accommodation policies.
Contrary to earlier news reports, the trend in favor of religious accommodation increased after 9/11.
While three states, California and the Carolinas scaled back some of their religious exemptions, six states—Alabama, Maine, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia increased the exemptions.