Associated Press: Swift Offers Prayer Solution to Muslims
OMAHA, Neb. - Meatpacking plant officials accused of discriminating against dozens of Somali Muslim workers have offered to tweak break times to help accommodate the workers' prayer demands. "We'll continue negotiations with the company and hopefully we'll come out with a solution that everybody can deal with," said Rima Kapitan, a lawyer for the Council on American-Islamic Relations who is representing the workers in the dispute.
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