17 March 2007

Louisiana Muslims win discrimination case

A group of six Muslim tenants of an Anaheim, Louisiana apartment complex have won a discrimination lawsuit they had filed against the management of their building. The tenants alleged that they were denied repairs on the basis of their religion, and their children were chased away by the management from common areas. The case was settled through binding arbitration (Orange County Register).

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