Friday, January 29, 2016


The South Carolina House Has Passed A Bill Blocking Islamic Sharia Law From Being Recognized Or Approved In The State

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"Sharia law is the legal and political system mandated in the Koran and other Islamic texts. It include laws governing religious practice, such as praying and ritual washing. But sharia also rules what Westerners see as non-government social practices — divorce, child-rearing, free-speech, clothing or sexual behavior, for example — and it also rules government responses to crimes, such as theft and murder."

Sharia law has been cited as a defense against criminal charges both in U.S. and European courts, with so far little success. The usual argument goes something like this. The defendant killed his daughter because she didn't dress in accordance with the Sharia dress code or was seen speaking with an adult male without proper chaperon, this is both permissible and recommended under Sharia law, the law of the religion of the defendant, and the defendant should not be held liable for an action mandated by his religious principals. Also under Sharia the religion of the father determines the religion of the Children, and any departure from Islam (apostasy)  is also punishable by death. Such matters should properly be referred to Sharia courts. Obviously if ever admitted as a defense in United States Courts public order would fall apart since the Sharia mandates the killing of all non Muslims who refuse to convert, and exonerates all Muslims from obeying any but Islamic authorities.

  In Europe a few local "voluntary" Sharia Courts have been allowed by European authorities to act as virtual courts of primary jurisdiction.  Even here in the U.S. a few counties and cities have allowed the "voluntary" use of Sharia courts for civil dispute resolution. This have been mostly jurisdictions dominated by Democrats with a progressive liberal mind set. Such people are first on the kill list if the Muslims ever gain regional control.  The problem is the fictional nature of such courts. Women, minors, even male adult children of patriarchal Islamic families have no choice in the matter unless they leave the family and then they may be under a death threat. 

 South Carolina , assuming the bill passes the state senate and is signed by the governor, joins Alabama, Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina South Dakota, and Tennessee in outlawing the use of Sharia law as either a defense for criminal activity or civil torts and outlaws Sharia courts as civil dispute resolution forums. We are totally mystified by why other states have not taken similar action when it is clear the federal government is taking no action to stop the assault of Sharia by aggressive "law-fare" against the US Constitution. 

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