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Regarding this law. I have a few problems with it. Accommodating people is okay up to a certain point but the idea that society as a whole as to accommodate you simply because of "your" beliefs is actually discriminatory. Not toward the religious but instead toward the nonreligious, i.e. Agnostics, Atheists and Nihilist. The idea that because you are "religious" everyone else should afford you special privileges is going too far. I could for example just start making sh!# up and found my own religion, let's call it Go-F!-Yourselfism. If you believe in GFY you "should" for all intents and purpose be afforded your days off work shouldn't you?
I think if you want to be religious, go ahead but if you think by being religious you are somehow special from and exempt from the realities of everyday life like everyone else, you should go be religious in a cave somewhere. There you can practice your religion to the fullest, no interruptions. And good luck to you.
I am afraid so. It is the "law." How do you no cocaine is a "he" though?