Muslim Fired From Nuclear Warship Plant Demands Hearing

A Muslim scientist who was fired from a nuclear warship components plant wants an administrative hearing on his dismissal. He insists he was fired for criticizing America and the FBI.  The government  simply wants it all to go away.

Joe Mandak
The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH – A Muslim scientist who lost his security clearance and his job at a nuclear warship components plant deserves an administrative hearing to learn more about why he was fired and to ensure Department of Energy regulations were followed, his attorney told a federal judge Tuesday.
Abdel Moniem El-Ganayni, with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union, sued the department this year, saying he was wrongly fired for speaking out against U.S. foreign policy and the alleged mistreatment of Muslims by the FBI.
Tuesday’s hearing was not about getting El-Ganayni rehired, but to prevent Energy Department officials from hiding behind a claim of national security if he was actually discriminated against, said Witold “Vic” Walczak, legal director of the ACLU in Pennsylvania.
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