Sharia Law is not compatible with American freedoms

Sharia Law is not compatible with the US Constitution.  Thus, if someone claims that he/she is a Muslim and also asserts that he/she is a good American – that person cannot have it both ways.  If he or she is not advocating for the adoption and/or application of Sharia Law in the US, then he/she is a lax Muslim.  If an individual is a “good” American, then that person knows that religious law cannot be applied in the country (it cannot be binding within the Muslim community as our courts will not recognize it as valid).  As well, truth be told, Sharia Law is in stark contradiction to our Constitution, our values, and our traditions as it does not recognize nor acknowledge many of our Constitutional rights.  Sharia Law is alien and antithetical to Western civilization.  Beware those that are attempting to introduce this Trojan Horse into our society.

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One comment

  1. I agree totally, Larry. Shariah Law contradicts at least three of our fundamental rights – freedom of religion (“There is no god but Allah”), freedom of speech (see how far you would get calling Muhammad a pedophile in an Islamic country), and the 8th amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment (chopping off a hand for stealing a loaf of bread? Or your head for converting to Christianity?) You’re absolutely right that you can’t possibly be a good American while be a good Muslim, and vice versa. The two ways of life are completely incompatible.

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