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But a NY architecture firm decided that because of Islam, alcohol won't be served at a party

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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Aug 6, 2016 at 17:11

It took just one Muslim employee to achieve this.
See http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-07-19/making-u-s-workplaces-safe-for-muslims-and-deterring-lawsuits
Her magic word was "discomfort". It would "discomfort" her to see others drinking wine at a party.

What after everyone understands a Muslim shouldn't have to view un-Islamic things?

Presumably, some day with a wave of her wand, she'll remove un-Islamic clothing from the office and parties. Surely, eventually, she will feel discomfited by bare hair or short skirts.

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