Muslims say Dell forbade them to pray at work

Abdi Halane, a Somali refugee living in Nashville, is looking for a new job this month. In February, Halane was one of 30 Muslim assembly-line workers who walked away from their jobs building computers at a Dell Inc. facility after they were told to make a choice between prayers mandated by Islam and their job, according to Halane and another worker from the facility.

Washington Post, 12 March 2005