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Dozens Of Muslims SUE U.S Company For Not Allowing Time Off To Pray- Judge Gives All American Response!

Geez. Muslims seem to feel like they deserve all kinds of accommodations because of their faith. Luckily, a federal judge has seen through this sham of victim agenda that they
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