If Muslims can’t eat Pork , no one can eat Pork / June 22 , 2015

An article from Font Page Mag

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

If Muslims Can’t Eat Pork, No One Can Eat Pork
November 12, 2012 by Daniel Greenfield

There’s a difference between accommodating the religious beliefs of employees by allowing them to pray or take time off on holidays and forcing everyone else to accommodate them by preventing them from having a ham sandwich. But that’s what BooHoo clothing , a UK online retailer of trashy outfits, has done by declaring their workplace a Halal environment where no one is allowed to eat pork.

But it can’t end there. Muslims consider pigs an impure abomination, but they also consider dogs an impure abomination. That means Boo Hoo clothing outlets, like so many Muslim cabbies, will have to discriminate against the blind to accommodate Muslim superstition and bigotry.

The entire Muslim demand that other people be repressed and restricted is a symptom of Islamic intolerance and another reminder of why Islam is barely compatible with even variant versions of itself, let alone any other religion.

But considering many of the immodest non-burqa like clothes that Boo Hoo sells, the objections can’t stop there. If Muslims can demand that other employees at Boo Hoo clothing outlets not eat meat, why not force them to wear burqas too>

Boo Hoo clothing online stores were co-founded by Mahmud Kamani (Yes, there’s always going to be a Mohammed in there somewhere) and Carol Kane. Unfortunately rather than choosing to display tolerance toward his non-Muslim employees, Mahmud Kamani has decided to harass and discriminate against them instead.

And if you’re wondering what it’s like to work for Mahmud Kamani, here’s a glimpse from a posting by one of his employees.

I am currently working for a fashion company. It is owned by a Mr Kamani, and his sons are the managers. Now, these sons are arrogant, ignorant, rude and demanding to their employees. And they did absolutely nothing to gain this position of very considerable wealth and power, other than claim it by being related to it’s creator. And yet, they enjoy and indeed exploit their privileged position.

Mahmud Kamani, the most arrogant man I have ever met, strolls into work at about 11 or 12, and throws his weight around shouting at employees, and leaves about 3.

Mahmud Kamani’s son, Umar Kamani (aka UmarBooHoo, no seriously it’s his Twitter handle) is running another online fashion trash store called Pretty Little Things.

Neither of the Kamanis have enough religious scruples to prevent them from selling clothes that Islam deems immodest, yet they feel that they can dictate what their employees eat in the name of Islamic law. But if they could make money selling pork, they would do it. And that is yet another reminder that Islam is a hypocritical religion. It is not about faith, but about power over others.

And when it comes to ethics, Mahmud and Umar Kamani don’t appear to treat their customers any better than they treat their employees based on some of these complaints.

Name: Laura Harris
Date: 03/11/2012
I ordered off the sister website Pretty little things. After receiving a “size 5″ pair of boots they were more like a size 7. Sent them bak to 21three ltd in burnley as stated THREE WEEKS AGO and still no refund after numerous attempts of emailing. So far I’m down £34.00. Pathetic scummy robbing thieves I am NEVER shopping with pretty little things/boohoo ever again. U think ur gettin bargain but seriously don’t bother with them as u will receive poor service. It’s ok for one of the directors umar kumani recently jetting off to Dubai isn’t it whilst ppl like me who fund it!!!!SCUM!! Dodgy as!!

Date: 22/10/2010
I then went about trying to receive a refund, and where are they? NOWHERE to be found. Not a single reply to any of the emails sent. It’s not even that their customer service is bad, it’s just non-existent! Once they have your money, it’s clear they want nothing more to do with you. Awful company, would not use again.

Name: Hooboo
Date: 02/11/2012
Hey, In regards to your previous emails BOOHOO are known nationally as Pinstripe, They have been conning out people for the last 15 year’s making people bankrupt and taking loads of money through tax fraud!
Now that they have conned out over 40 companies they are living the high life driving rolls royce phantoms with people’s hard worked money!
I would strongly suggest anyone who wishes to view there products NOT TO PURCHASE anything! as they will only scam you and take your money! they feel they can do so as there is no third party to over look there books! or service!
They also have a new website called PRETTY LITTLE THINGS! Do not purchase of them also as you will only get the same service!

They are based in Manchester and are the biggest crooks in the Industry! they will do this eventually to everyone! people who have had good service off them before im happy for you but as I know them personally I would recommend you not to put money in their filthy pockets!

The owner can be found on twitter!

If you are to ask anybody in the fashion industry they will tell you the real truth about these scum bags!

Also I would strongly advise people to go to watchdog! or some other big firm which can look into this company!
Reading the above comments only shows a small handfull of people who have been robbed! many other customers have probably not even bothered to find this site! as they have given up hope

Everybody who commented above should create a flash mob and post a comment on their facebook page at a set time and date!
As poor customers posting one thing at a time will only get deleted!
This should be taken to newspapers!

As I have just recently read they made over £139,000 Profit in the last year meaning all these refunding items are being declared as sales and not refunds!



About Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.

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