“Moughni said the manager claims that Bazzi requested a Hot-n-Ready pepperoni pizza and that he requested a halal sticker be placed on the box. That’s a claim he denies.”
That sounds as if Bazzi was trying to set up Little Caesars with a false label for which he himself was responsible. He denies it, of course, and the truth may never come out, but in case the $100 million is plain extortion. Bazzi and Moughni are signaling that any slight against Muslims, even if accidental as this may have been if it happened at all, will be ruthlessly capitalized upon to drain money from the Infidel. Little Caesars probably just wants this to go away, and will shower millions upon Moughni and Bazzi in order to make that happen, which will encourage others to try the same thing.
Islamic law prohibits Muslims from eating pork.
The class action lawsuit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court on Thursday claims the restaurant violated Michigan State Law 750.297f, which it referred to as the “Wayne County Halal and Kosher Anti-Fraud and Truth-in-labeling ordinance.”
“They have no regard for people’s religious beliefs,” said attorney Majed Moughni, representing plaintiff Mohamad Bazzi. “This is a violation of the Muslim faith. You can’t be handing out pork, mislabeling it as halal and get away with it. This isn’t how America operates. A billion dollar corporation can’t get away with it.”…