War Eagle? Roll Tide? NO, no, Alabama will never unite on college football. But they do agree on Islamic Law! So War Eagle, Roll Tide and FUCK SHARIA!
Sharia law, the legal code for those who adhere to the religion of Islam is a serious threat to America’s way of life, and radicals all over the world have been dying to find ways to infiltrate the country and start forcing their oppressive lifestyle on our nation.
Many states that were not duped by all of the liberal propaganda calling Islam the “religion of peace” have taken steps to ensure that Sharia law will never stand a chance of being implemented on American soil. Some have passed legislation banning any foreign legal code from being used in court cases tried in their respective states, which includes Sharia.
The latest state to create such an amendment to their constitution is Alabama, which voted to pass the legislation on Tuesday by an overwhelming majority.
From Truth Revolt:
A new controversial amendment that will ban the recognition of “foreign laws”—which would include sharia law—was passed Tuesday by an overwhelming majority of Alabama voters. By a 72-28 margin, voters passed “The American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment,” which specifically prohibits judges and legal authorities from applying “laws of other countries or cultures” to Alabama citizens. Critics claim the amendment directly targets Muslims.
Current Alabama law allows for authorities to determine whether foreign law is applicable to a situation. With the passage of the new amendment that will no longer be the case. Alabama Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey provided the following summary of the amendment in a press release in September.
I think we can all agree on that! Here are a few reasons why
Sharia sucks because women are people too, not slaves of objects
Sharia sucks because Western values are far superior, both morally and intellectually to the values of Muslim nations
Sharia sucks because the Judo-Christian values that are so much a part of America are far superior to the failed values of Islamic nations.
Sharia sucks because freedom of religion is a basic human right given to us by God himself.
Finally, Sharia sucks because LIBERTY!
I would like to lock this coward in a room with a Green Beret, let’s see who comes out
Via Free Beacon:
A University of Arizona instructor is facing criticism for claiming that the U.S. military is “a greater threat” than the Islamic State (IS) and for portraying American soldiers as anti-Muslim rapists who commit crimes on par with—or even worse than—IS itself.
University of Arizona instructor Musa al-Gharbi—who also serves as an academic affiliate at the university’s Southwest Initiative for the Study of Middle East Conflicts (SISMEC)—drew the controversial comparison between IS (also known as ISIL or ISIS) and U.S. soldiers in a recent column arguing that America’s moral outrage at IS’s crimes is hypocritical.
Al-Gharbi’s comments, published in the online publication TruthOut and several other places, attracted outrage from experts who said that taxpayer funds should not be supplementing a university that encourages such dialogue about current events.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker received a surprise after her order to subpoena the sermons of pastors.
Bibles have been sent to her office from all over the country, according to Houston’s KHOU.
On Monday, a spokesperson for the mayor’s office told Houston’s KPRC “that somewhere between 500 and 1,000 Bibles” had been delivered.
As The Daily Signal previously reported, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee used his show on Fox News to call for Americans to send Parker Bibles.
“I would like to ask every pastor in America, send her your sermons,” said Huckabee. “Everybody watching the show ought to send her a Bible.”
Huckabee was joined in his call to send Parker Bibles by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Glenn Beck.
Parker admitted that she had received Bibles, telling KHOU that Huckabee was “doing what he can to pump ratings for Fox News.”
Parker told KPRC that she thought the protest was “a very productive way for folks who disagreed with our legal strategy to express that disagreement” and that she is “happy to share the Bibles with those who may want them.”
The city previously issued an ordinance that the sermons of pastors on “the topics of equal rights, civil rights, homosexuality, or gender identity,” be subpoenaed.
According to KPRC, “Parker has since instructed the city’s legal team to narrow the scope of the subpoenas and had earlier said she did not know about the sermon subpoenas before they were issued.”