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CAIR hits NC governor with email blitz to veto anti-Sharia bill
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now some here may say bigots, ignorants, and those of low education are against this.....go fuck yourself, this country that i grew up and prospered in is being destroyed by shit like this and you can kiss my ass and call me whatever you please and block me.

Quote:North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is facing a tough decision – whether or not to veto a bill that prohibits judges from considering foreign law, including Islamic Sharia law.

While family groups have supported the measure and want it to become law, North Carolina Muslims hope they can persuade the Republican governor to veto the bill, according to The State.com.

Muslims oppose the bill because they think it is motivated by intolerance and say it could potentially infringe on other religious groups. But bills banning use of “foreign laws” are believed to really be opposing Shariah, or Islamic law.

“No one has a problem with Muslims or anyone else living peaceably in America,” the Rev. Mark Creech, said in an article published on the Christian Action League website. “But on U.S. soil, we must all embrace the freedoms and responsibilities assigned us via the Constitution, and not demand enforcement of rules and regulations left behind in other cultures.”

Quote:While some argue that the law is not necessary, the Christian Action League explains it here:

There have been more than 50 cases in 23 states in which judges have applied foreign law, depriving people of their constitutional rights.

Often women and children wind up the victims when Sharia law is applied. Under the law based on the Quran and the Sunna, the teachings and writings of Mohammed, there is no age requirement for a girl to marry, and acts of adultery or prostitution can lead to sentences of death.

Quote: Many Sharia law problems in the United States involve cases of women being beaten by their Muslim husbands and judges ruling that because the men were not accustomed to U.S. laws against spousal abuse, they cannot be convicted.

Quote:The Council on American-Islamic Relations sent out a national “action alert” urging Muslims to call and email McCrory to ask him to veto the law. Defending Sharia law from being restricted in the United States is one of CAIR’s top agenda items, as noted by its statement announcing a “community toolkit to challenge ‘Anti-Sharia’ bills” in March 2012.

Quote:The text of the email message CAIR recommends sending to the governor reads in part:

This “foreign law” bill is a thinly-veiled attack on the state’s Muslim population, that only serves to marginalize Muslims and to deny them equal rights and equal access to the courts enjoyed by other religious groups.

http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/07/28/c...bill-80548
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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#2
1/20/09. The day Islam ruled America
"In 4 more OMao years you won't like how America looks....I guarantee it."
“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” -- Thomas Jefferson
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We have a concept in our countries founding called separation of church and state. Although it is rarely followed when it comes to Christianity, which is a shame, we should not adopt any religious based laws or use them for consideration in the legal system here.

Also, just on principle I don't like consideration of any foreign law, since no other nation is founded on the principals of freedom and liberty that the United States is. On its face the idea appears to be on the wrong path.
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Quote:OBAMA REPLACES CHRISTIAN
HOLIDAYS WITH MUSLIM ONES



Obama's War on Christianity Continues
By Tammy Bruce, Radio Talk Show Host November 10, 2011
Usually around Christmas time we can count on a variety of stories
where bizarre leftist worshipping of political correctness imposes itself
on civilization with obsessive efforts to eradicate the word "Christmas"
itself, and public displays of faith.

You know the drill: it's "Holiday Trees" and "Holiday Season", or
"Winter Celebration". The left is thrilled we are a nation right now
where Occupy Wall Street's nihilistic thugs command the public square,
while the nativity scene and baby Jesus remain banned as "offensive" to one miserable group or another.

This, of course, has nothing to do with fairness, and everything to
do with the atheistic and narcissistic left trying to impose its
hopeless, godless view of the world on everyone else.

It's one thing for the usual liberal Gestapos or the odd atheist to
pull that craven cart through society, but now even more disturbingly it
appears President Barack Obama himself isn't even remotely trying to hide his contempt for Christianity and its importance to our great nation.

Just a few days ago, Obama and the White House went out of its way to issue a special proclamation for Eid al-Adha, the Muslim "festival of
sacrifice".

In an official White House statement, the president and first lady
gushed about Eid and congratulated Muslims involved in the Hajj
"pilgrimage".

All of that is well and good, but what struck me about this special
message was the reminder that this very same president deliberately
ignored Easter this year, the most holy of Christian holidays, by
snubbing Christians here and around the world.

In April there was disbelief that the White House issued no
proclamation about Easter, let alone a personal statement by the
president and his wife.

By comparison, the White House has released statements recognizing the observance of major Muslim holidays and released statements in 2010 on Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Hajj, and Eid-ul-Adha. On top of neglecting Easter, the president also failed to release a statement marking Good Friday. The White House did, however, release an eight-paragraph statement heralding Earth Day, which fell on Good Friday.

Most of us recognized a problem with a man whose spiritual leader and father figure ran a church where pleading to God to "damn" America was standard, but it now seems Obama's contempt for this nation is personal and isn't even something he bothers to mask.

In addition to gestures by this president indicating a personal
contempt for the Christian foundation of this country, in the past 72
hours Americans were dumbfounded by the announcement of a "Christmas Tree Tax" by Obama's Department of Agriculture. Only after significant outrage was directed at the president and federal government for such an astounding proposal, was a "delay" in the implementation of the tax announced.

Really, imagine if the federal government even contemplated, let
alone announced, a tax on Muslim prayer rugs. For some reason, however, taxing a popular symbol of Christianity used during a significant holiday was thought to be perfectly fine by this administration.

Oh sure, the Fed is saying it was a marketing fee for the Christmas
tree "industry", to supposedly improve the image of the apparently much hated and dreaded tree. The fact is it was a tax meant to fund a board appointed by a federal agency targeting one religion and one religion only -- Christianity.

There is a precedent for this. In the Muslim world it's called the
"Jizya", a tax levied on non-Muslim citizens in the Islamic world,
allowing them to practice their religion while being "protected" by the
Muslim state.


In our case, it seems more like an atheistic federal government
looking for tribute by those pesky Christians who dare to think there is
a higher authority than the permanent political class.

http://teapartyorganizers.ning.com/forum...uslim-ones


remember this prick never set foot on the U.S. mainland soil until college and his pre H.S. years were all spent with MUSLIMS
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LostCyborg;112690 Wrote:We have a concept in our countries founding called separation of church and state. Although it is rarely followed when it comes to Christianity, which is a shame, we should not adopt any religious based laws or use them for consideration in the legal system here.

Also, just on principle I don't like consideration of any foreign law, since no other nation is founded on the principals of freedom and liberty that the United States is. On its face the idea appears to be on the wrong path.

There is no such concept.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances
"In 4 more OMao years you won't like how America looks....I guarantee it."
“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.” -- Thomas Jefferson
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That concept is within the text you quoted. It aint hard to follow. The gov aint supposed to establish religion. Period. Its as plain as the second amendment yet people twist that to mean the gov can put up a copy of the koran or a minorah or dradels or try to tell me marriage is between a man and how ever many women he wants and I dont need to see those golden plates either.. why you neanderthals want to force me to deal with in allah we trust on our cash I have no idea.. I don't believe in that shit so why are you for forcing Iit on us all? Oh I know why.. because right now it done be going your way... lol... wait... then you'll change your tune to seperation of church and state pretty fucking quick like say oh in this very thread. .. you reap what you sow.. maybe now that you see the mac truck with muhammad coming at our government that you might understand exactly why the founders kept god out of our government, well hinted at it. Let's be clearer. I'll whisper it. They didnt like the church of England and they hated the catholics... they wanted them out of the government. So they said we're blind to religion. Sure they believed just if not more so in god at about the same or better rate than we do now. The key here though is they set up the government in an attempt to keep religion out of it and the government out of religion. But hey keep up the sham of twisting the 1st just like antis twist the second. Yeah.. in allah we trust coming to a dollar near you soon because we're too fucking stupid..

Oh and the Muslim law isnt more than contract law. The argument is only when two Muslims do buiness in civil matters that they openly agreed to do buiness according to that contract. That is perfectly legal. No one has ever, nor could be, subject to criminal prosecution under muslim law in the us. That is until, because people refuse to seperate church and state, we have legislation that adopts muslim law as law. Enjoy what you're giving your children..

I've never heard of a judge not prosecuting someone for beating their wife because of their religion. If so that's the judges fault and no law will change that..
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Quote:Dallas CAIR Director: “Muslims Are Above the Law of the Land.”

A Council on American-Islamic Relations leader told a crowd at a rally for Islam that members of the faith should not be bound by American law.

“If we are practicing Muslims, we are above the law of the land,” said Mustafa Carroll, executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth CAIR branch.

The rally in Austin was part of a nationwide effort to hold “Muslim Capitol Day” events. The event included a speech by a representative of Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, who declared that Texas was an awful place and that Islam was the answer.
Quote:“Why did Muhammad say that he would not rest until the Koran was the law of the land?”



You shouldn’t be filing legislation against Islam, when you look at Texas, Islam is not the problem. Islam is the solution. Allah Akbar.”

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield...-the-land/
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Who gives a shit? Wtf. This has as much meaning as me standing on the roof of my house and shouting im above the law of the land. Or rather all gun owners are above the law of the land. Some nut job yelling stupid shit about dancing being evil has the same impact. .
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Pocketprotector;112764 Wrote:
LostCyborg;112690 Wrote:We have a concept in our countries founding called separation of church and state. Although it is rarely followed when it comes to Christianity, which is a shame, we should not adopt any religious based laws or use them for consideration in the legal system here.

Also, just on principle I don't like consideration of any foreign law, since no other nation is founded on the principals of freedom and liberty that the United States is. On its face the idea appears to be on the wrong path.

There is no such concept.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances


This has obviously been debated over the centuries from all different angles, but when it comes to founding our nation and the principles that our government should prescribe I like to look at the founding fathers and what they said for reference.

To quote Thomas Jefferson

Quote:Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof", thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.

To my point, I don't believe faith or religious based laws should be recognized by our legal system. That's not to say we may be able to pull good concepts and ideas from religious doctrine and laws. I just don't think we should use them for legal decisions whether Christian, Muslim, or Vodoo.
LostCyborg, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2013.

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