Robert Spencer writes:
But this incident at the Swift plant shows that what may seem at first like “reasonable accommodation” has much larger implications. I’m sure that when Muslims at Swift began to demand changes in their break times, many said (as many are still saying), “What’s the big deal? So they take a break at 7:30 instead of 9! It doesn’t mean we’re on the road to becoming an Islamic state!”
This article, however, shows what it does mean: it means that — as was inevitable given the supremacist nature of Islam — Muslims will accept no compromise, and non-Muslim workers will feel slighted and resentful. There can be no possible compromise with Sharia provisions: they must be adhered to in full, and once the precedent is set that they must be accommodated, there will be no end to the demands.