Starbucks Barista ISIS: A Muslim woman was in for a shock after she ordered a coffee for herself at a Starbucks barista Minnesota in the United States and received her cup with ‘ISIS’ written on it instead of her name. CAIR Minnesota will file discrimination charges against Starbucks.
Employee wrote ISIS on her cup instead of her name
Starbucks Barista ISIS news: After the incident, Aishah has filed a discrimination charge against Target, which runs and operates the particular store. “When I first received the drink I was in shock,” Aishah, who wears hijab, said at a press conference Monday morning at the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ offices in Minneapolis. “I felt humiliated, I felt enraged, I felt belittled.”
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ISIS, the acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, is a terrorist group, known for its fundamental beliefs which has carried out several terrorist attacks.
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The incident occurred when Aishah ordered a drink at Starbucks Barista Minnesota operated by the Midway Target store in St. Paul on her way to job as a home care worker.
She was “overwhelmed” with emotions after seeing the cup and felt humiliated and a deep sense of indignity.
“The moment I saw it, I was overwhelmed with a lot of emotions. I felt belittled and so humiliated. I cannot believe that in this day and age, something like this can be considered acceptable. It isn’t okay,” she added.
After receiving her order, Aishah asked for the manager but they dismissed the incident as a mistake. Instead, Aishah received a new drink and a USD 25 gift card.
“We have investigated the matter and believe that it was not a deliberate act but an unfortunate mistake that could have been avoided with more clarification. We’re taking appropriate actions with the team member, including additional training, to ensure this does not occur again,” the statement said.
Aishah said no one from Target had reached out to apologize. She says even the employee never asked how to spell her name.
CAIR Minnesota will file discrimination charges
CAIR is planning to file discrimination charges with the U.S. Department of Human Rights and is considering protesting.
“This is not a simple mistake. No one puts the KKK on the cup of somebody’s drink,” said Jaylani Hussein, executive director of CAIR Minnesota.
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