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article imageU.K. fashion retailer Boo Hoo introduces sharia law

By Katerina Nikolas     Nov 13, 2012 in World
Manchester - U.K. fashion retailer Boo Hoo, owned by Manchester Muslim Umar Kamani, has introduced its employees to sharia law, even though the majority are non-Muslim.
Boo Hoo sent a memo to all employees that reads:
Book Hoo Memo
Book Hoo Memo
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"A quick reminder to everyone, that on religious grounds we request that all employees and agency workers refrain from eating pork or any pork based product on any company premises.” The ban aims to prevent any Muslim employees being offended on religious grounds.
According to the Christian Defence League the memo sends a clear message that if you want to work for Boo Hoo you will be forced to follow the law of Islam or risk losing your job. It notes that as the majority of Boo Hoo employees are non-Muslim the ruling is discriminatory.
Ironically, Boo Hoo has no problem selling immodest clothing that contravenes the Islamic dictate for modest dress.
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