by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
Sharia Law comes to America.
A Muslim manager of a Subway franchise in Paterson, NJ kicked out a disabled veteran because of his service dog and then he and the owner repeatedly lied about it to a stunned New York ABC reporter who confronted them about it.
This video is simply unbelievable. Kudos to ABC7s Sarah Wallace for exposing this outrageous disrespect for both this veteran, and Federal law.
Federal law is very clear: Dogs are recognized as service animals and all businesses open to the public, including restaurants, must allow them in.
But a U.S. Army veteran says a Subway restaurant in Paterson, New Jersey, blatantly ignored the law, and now, hes determined to send them a message in court.
Richard Hunters troubled life turned around in July when the U.S. Army veteran received a service dog from the non-profit group Dogs4Warriors. The 50-year-old suffers from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Manager Mitul Ahmed and owner Zaphir Pathan lied to Wallace, and she is amazed at the brazenness of their dishonesty.
To Muslims, dogs are unclean. In multiple passages in the Muslim Koran and Hadiths, dogs are denounced as ruining prayers, deducting good deeds and in one passage, a Muslim even has his dogs killed because angels will not enter homes with dogs.
We have read for several years now how Muslim cab drivers in Minneapolis and several airports have kicked out blind passengers with guide dogs, or customers transporting alcohol.
Ok, fine. So let them ban dogs in Tehran or Gaza. This is America, and Sharia Law is not welcome here.
On the ABC7 site, Wallace has an extended interview with the owner Pathan, and his dishonesty is breathtaking.
The question now is: What is SUBWAY Worldwide going to DO about this outrage?
If you think that SUBWAY should yank the franchise rights for this Sharia Law-compliant owner, you can (respectfully) contact Subway Customer Service online HERE.
According to a reader this franchises location is 675 River Street, Paterson, NJ 07524 use this location if complaining to Subway.