Several Muslim women who are suing a California restaurant for discrimination – and face a countersuit for trespass – have lost their right to be anonymous in their complaint.
It’s because their lawyer never asked the court for a determination whether or not they could file anonymously, even after a judge advised the lawyer he needed to take that step.
It’s the latest in the dispute between the Muslim women and Urth Caffe of Laguna Beach, California.
WND reported the case arose after restaurant workers asked, in keeping with restaurant policy, a group of Muslim women to move or share their tables in a popular spot at the eatery on a busy night.
The women responded with a discrimination lawsuit, and the restaurant answered with a countersuit against the women, charging they were engaging in Islamic “lawfare.”
The women had been asked by restaurant workers to