Saturday, January 29, 2011

Selling Your Soul for Political Correctness

Should American courts consider Islamic Shariah law when Muslims face justice?

From the Washington Times:

Texas and Wyoming want to make sure legal concepts based on the Koran don’t gain a foothold in America. Proposed state constitutional amendments would ban the use of Shariah and other forms of international law from the courtroom. On Election Day in November, Oklahomans gave an overwhelming 70 percent approval to a similar amendment to the Sooner State constitution.

While a Shariah ban ought to be a no-brainer, it has generated significant controversy. In November, a federal magistrate sided with the Council of American-Islamic Relations and ordered an injunction that blocked certification of Oklahoma’s amendment. Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange wrote that a Muslim activist would suffer “a stigma attaching to his person, relegating him to an ineffectual position within the political community, and causing him injury” had the amendment been allowed to take effect. In other words, it might hurt someone’s feelings.

But why should care about such events? After all, Islam is the "Religion of Peace". As harmless and playful as a dolphin.

Sharks Are Not Misunderstood Dolphins, and Islam Is Not a Religion of Peace

It is happening in Europe, and it is coming to America.

Honor Killings In Buffalo and Arizona? Two Trials Prove This Is Happening Here.

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