UmmIbrahim, thank you for your informative post, but when it is the male family member complaining to the female supervisor about the male nurse treating the female patient, I see a male dominance issue.
Further, I find it quite humorous that you go at great length to discuss how all sects of Islam ultimately believe X and Y; any variation is a deviance from Islam and is between a person and God, and therefor there is no such thing as a "fundamentalist" vs "liberal" Muslim, only those who follow and do not follow Islam. Who are you to say so? Being a self-proclaimed Muslim does not give you that ability.
You then go on to explain how the Islamic religious police is KSA were outrageously against Islam. This shows your idealized view of Islam. Realistically, not everyone who calls themselves a Muslim agrees with you. That is from MY friends who are Muslim; also, plenty of vocal clerics who would obviously disagree with you. If you want me to start posting examples, I can post hundreds. You can then tell me how those examples aren't really Islam or backed by the religious rulings you found or ascribe to.
You then go on to say how we shouldn't make assumptions about someone someone's lot in life or Muslim beliefs based on their dress. Funny, I agree with you, but that supervisor does not.
If you think that addressing how some women are oppressed in the name of religion as being an attack on those women, I don't know what to tell you. Nobody is blaming the victim; are you? You, however, went right on to defend your characterization of all people with a southern accent based on your exposure to a few coworkers and common stereotypes. Your moral high horse is neither moral nor high.