Now that your head has finished exploding, remember that it is neither Jewish nor Muslim (or any other significant religion's) belief that one is required to start a business. Since such is not part of their religion, then they are making a SECULAR CHOICE...and secular choices fall under the purview not of religion, but of the laws of the nation in which they live.
Now, do you hold yourself to be 'Christian'? If so, remember that Jesus never, ever implied that one should even resist the laws of the nation. In fact, He said quite the opposite: "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's, and unto God that which is God's". Not only that, but when Peter tried to fight for Him when He was being arrested by the Romans, what did Jesus do? He told Peter to put down his sword, and He submitted to government authority as an innocent Man...even unto His death.
But what do you do if your beliefs fly in the face of national law? Got an answer for that one, too. I am a strong Christian, and I belong to the Church of Christ - in Tagalog, "Iglesia ni Cristo". We have many locales in Muslim countries where such are either strictly forbidden or restricted to certain areas (just as Jews were once relegated to ghettos, originally by the Catholic church). If the Muslims find our chapels - which are hidden and outside those restricted areas (I've been to one more than once) - then those who are there will be arrested and the property confiscated and possibly razed. But we would submit to that arrest, because that's just what Jesus did.
And that's the great error of mainstream "Christianity" in America - they want to fight the government, force it to their own beliefs...but that's not what Jesus wanted by His word or His example.