Are we all really created equal? Jon Stewart explains that in interacting with Muslims—particularly those who want to drink a can of soda on a United Airlines flight or fold T-shirts at Abercrombie & Fitch—American businesses are more than willing to discriminate.

The host of “The Daily Show” points to the case of Samantha Elauf, who won her case Monday against Abercrombie when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the trendy clothing company violated the laws against religious discrimination when it refused to hire Elauf because she wore a headscarf to an interview.

“She has won the right to spend eight hours a day in a cloud of cologne selling pink polo shirts to guys named Chad,” Stewart said.

WATCH: Jon Stewart: If the Patriot Act Is Working So Poorly, Why Are These Guys Adamant We Have to Keep It?

Also, learn how Muslims can avoid discrimination from “The Daily Show’s” “senior religious correspondent,” Hasan Minhaj, or “Cody” to his American friends.

–Posted by Jenna Berbeo

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