Tag: Truck

Incredible Near Miss of Child as Truck Driver Slams on Brakes

Umm Salamah reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Good works protect from evil fates. Charity in secret extinguishes the wrath of the Lord, maintaining family ties increases life span, and every good deed is charity. The people of good in the world are the people of good in the Hereafter, and the people of evil in the world are the people of evil in the Hereafter. And the first to enter Paradise are the people of good.”Source: al-Mu’jam al-Awsaṭ 6252 Grade: Sahih (authentic)

Theguardian: Many Muslims Reportedly Killed in Nice Truck Attack

 

“There were so many Muslim people who were victims because I could see they had scarves over their head and some were speaking Arabic, one family lost a mother and in Arabic, they were saying she’s a martyr,” she said. “People were celebrating and it was so peaceful, it was a festive vibe, it was right after the fireworks that the truck came and ran over people.”…More:  theguardian,  and Video: People running for their lives including Muslims.

Texas Plumber Isn’t Sure How Extremists In Syria Ended Up With His Work Truck

Embedded image permalinkA Texas plumber says he has no idea how his company’s work truck ended up in the hands of Islamic extremists in Syria.

The truck, a black Ford F-250 with the logo for Texas City’s Mark-1 Plumbing emblazoned on the door, appeared in a tweet posted Monday by the Ansar al-Deen Front, a jihadist group operating near Aleppo. In the photo, a man fires an anti-aircraft gun mounted to the bed of the truck, presumably where plumbing equipment used to sit….more:  huffingtonpost.

Jury Awards $240,000 to Muslim Truck Drivers In EEOC Religious Discrimination Suit

Jury Awards $240,000 to Muslim Truck Drivers In EEOC Religious Discrimination SuitA federal jury in Peoria, Ill., has awarded $240,000 to two Somalian-American Muslims who were fired from their jobs as truck drivers at Star Transport, an over-the-road trucking company, when they refused to transport alcohol because it violated their religious beliefs, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which brought the case. The trial started on Oct. 19, and the jury returned its verdict the next day after 45 minutes of deliberation….more:  eeoc.gov/