The Constitution VS. Sharia Law


“Sharia Law is the antithesis of freedom.”

Why do Muslims persist in “honor killings” in this country, something that is reprehensible to most Americans and against our laws?

Our laws in America are based on a Judeo-Christian heritage. Muslim doctrine is that “only Sharia law is suitable for Muslims. For Muslims to be ruled by Kafir [non-Muslim] laws is an abomination.” (Sharia Law for Non-Muslims, Center for the Political Study of Political Islam, p.15)

Sharia Law and Constitutional Law are therefore opposed to one another. Since our oath of citizenship requires one to “support and defend the Constitution”, it therefore follows that no one who supports Sharia Law can support our Constitution as well. Therefore, visas should be denied to and or revoked for anyone who promotes Sharia Law.    This should be ascertained by their actions as well as their words, for under Sharia Law Muslims are permitted to deceive non-Muslims. (ibid., p. 17)  Sharia Law is the antithesis of freedom.

For freedom’s sake, I call upon all those who have taken an oath of office to “support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic” to act upon that oath and protect this country from all who would impose Sharia Law.

This IS about freedom of religion. Sharia Law does NOT allow for freedom of religion. Our Constitution does. Muslims have, in this country, the freedom to believe in their religion and their god as far as it concerns their own individual lives. They cannot violently force that belief on others. But Sharia Law demands that all “submit” to Islamic law. That is contrary to our laws and would therefore infringe on everyone’s rights.  Sharia Law is political.

Pass this on to your representatives.

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