Tag Archives: Shariah law

Syrian Migrants Who Attacked Woman Tell Police They’re Above The Law

Posted by  FOR USHERALD.COM
Syrian-Refugees-Above-The-Law
It seems almost unconscionable that within a civil society our collective governments have allowed a perverse criminal element to seep within our culture, for nothing more than political expediency.
History will note that this was the moment that western civilization was once again challenged my Muslim hordes reminiscent of the 7th-10th centuries, and to what extent we finally took to drive them back, if indeed we did.
And it’s within this backdrop that we collectively find ourselves once again, as hundreds of acts of violent sexual assault and robberies were reported in Germany by mostly Middle Eastern and African males swarming through the city molesting and robbing women.
The attackers were believed to have been congregating among the nearly 1,000 Muslim refugees, who were identified as mostly men, at Cologne’s central train station, and then broke off into smaller groups to attack hundreds of women.
Justice Minister Heiko Maas asserted that he believed the attacks to be coordinated and prearranged.
“If such a horde gathers in order to commit crimes, that appears in some form to be planned. Nobody can tell me this was not coordinated or prepared.”
Some of the attackers that have been since apprehended by police have been identified themselves as Syrian refugees, and even expressed that they were above the law.
“I’m a Syrian!” one of the suspects shouted. “You have to treat me kindly! Mrs. Merkel invited me.”
There is no doubt that history is repeating itself, and if we are to survive as a “civil society” then we must once again repel the invading barbarians.

Tags: , ,

 

Is Sharia law in Texas such a bad thing?

My comments:  If the author of this piece doesn’t feel threatened by Shariah Law in America, he’s not done his homework.  Their goal is total and complete takeover of America.
By Rodger Jones for DALLASMORNINGVIEWS

MUZZIES

Students take part in a Texas Muslim Capitol Day rally at the Texas Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015, in Austin, Texas. Hundreds of Muslims gathered for the rally as part of their biennial Texas Capitol lobbying day. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

I was so much hoping to get a Q&A lined up with Rep. Jeff Leach of Plano on the subject of Sharia Law in Texas. He’s got a bill that would prohibit family court rulings based on foreign legal codes if that violated our own constitutional protections.
These kinds of bills and state constitutional amendments have popped in several states and have been adopted in a bunch. They’re widely accepted as trying to keep the Islamic legal code at bay.
A story in the Houston Chronicle mentioned Leach’s bill in its coverage of the anti-Muslim furor at the Capitol last week. Excerpt, referencing Mustafaa Carroll, the executive director of the Houston chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations commenting on Leach’s bill:
“We feel it’s a red herring and it’s just meant to mar the community,” Carroll said of House Bill 562 by Rep. Jeff Leach, R- Plano.
Leach, however, welcomed the group to the Capitol on Thursday when tweeted, “All Texans are welcome at YOUR Capitol – and all Texans are always welcome in my office. Come one. Come all!”
I did my reading on the anti-Sharia movement, including a profile of its intellectual progenitor, a Hasidic Jew from New York. Fabulously interesting how Jews and evangelical Christians buddy up on these things. The latest state to ban intrusion of foreign legal codes was Alabama, in November. Some critics there thought it was pointless and political grandstanding to get Christian votes.
One take on the anti-Sharia movement, from the Wall Street Journal:
The movement is motivated largely by a handful of organizations that claim Islamic Sharia law and, to a lesser degree, laws of other nations, are creeping into courtrooms and American life, especially in divorces and child-custody disputes. Sharia, loosely defined as a set of moral and religious principles in Islam, is woven into the legal systems of many Muslim nations. It covers issues ranging from what to eat and drink to structuring a loan to setting up an inheritance and divorce, among other things.
I so much was interested in Leach’s assessment, because of the demographics of his district, in Collin County. The Religion Census estimated the county’s Muslim population at more than 23,000 in 2010 — one of the top 20 concentrations in the U.S.
Alas, Leach’s office says things are too busy this week for him to pull away for the Q&A I was trying to line up. Darn. I wanted to hear what his constituents say about his bill — Muslims and Christians both. And I wanted his take on some of the wild stuff I saw on the Internet, like the depiction of a “Lone Star Mecca” taking shape right under our noses.
Should we be concerned?
Then I saw a piece on Sharia put together by Breitbart Texas, the website that will cover what mainstreamers are often reluctant to touch. The headline:
ISLAMIC TRIBUNAL CONFIRMED IN TEXAS;
ATTORNEY CLAIMS ‘ITS VOLUNTARY’
OK, I’ll bite.
The less sensational (compared to the headline) account of this Sharia Law tribunal (see its website here) makes it sound like a panel of church elders imparting judgment according to the faith. The Breitbart story offers this, quoting one of the tribunal judges:
In matters of divorce, El-badawi said that “while participation in the tribunal is voluntary, a married couple cannot be considered divorced by the Islamic community unless it is granted by the tribunal.” He compared their divorce, known as “Talaq,” as something similar to the Catholic practice of annulment in that the church does not recognize civil divorce proceedings as ending a marriage.
You know, I don’t feel threatened by this, maybe because the judge offered a comparison to rulings from the Catholic Church, my church. Here’s more:
Breitbart Texas asked what happens when there is a conflict between Sharia law and Texas law. El-badawi said most of the time, the laws are in agreement. When pushed further he admitted that, “we follow Sharia law.” However, he explained, “If the parties are not satisfied with the tribunal’s decision, they do not have to accept it and they can take the matter to Texas civil courts.” He did not say what the social ramifications of rejecting the “judge’s” decision would be.
This seems similar to the way people of other faiths might seek mediation from church wise men. Don’t mainstream Jewish and Christian congregations offer those kinds of services?
Consider, too, that the New Testament includes an injunction against taking a Christian brother to court. The church is a better place to solve disputes, according to some interpretations. From Corinthians 6:1-8 (pretty snappy for a Catholic guy, eh?):
Can it be that there is no one among you wise enough to settle a dispute between the brothers, 6 but brother goes to law against brother, and that before unbelievers?
This year’s legislative session is not the first shot for an anti-Sharia bill. Leach was a joint author of one two years ago, but it didn’t get a hearing. I was going to ask Leach if things have changed politically on the issue, if he expected a hearing this time.
I wonder, too, if this is the kind of bill that a member will file, to just say he’d done so for certain constituents, while hoping at the same time that it doesn’t come up for a hearing.
The GOP has enough trouble looking like bullies. It’s got the college tuition bills that look punitive against Hispanic kids. It’s got the inevitable anti-”sanctuary city” bills that chase mythology of officials harboring illegal immigrants. And now Muslims, with that blowup at the Capitol last week and the backhand from tea party freshman Rep. Molly White.
Could a Sharia bill be bad politics? It depends. Maybe I’m naive and don’t know what insidious Islamic conspiracies lurk right under my nose in Richardson. Does the Halal meat served by my favorite hamburger joint mean something more?
On the other hand, I could envision articulate, highly educated, reasoned Muslim witnesses before a House committee effectively explaining Sharia tribunals for members. It might make it hard for Leach to press the case for his bill and also look like a person who’s focused on the state’s real problems.
Leach is getting his footing on transportation issues, having held public meetings on the subject in his district. Leach also put together a coalition of officeholders to fight toll expansion in Collin County. Today, he filed two bills on roadway funding.
He’s going to make headway on these issues and grow his House profile only if he’s a problem-solver and not a problem-maker for the Republican Party.
Chasing Muslims might not help him get where he wants to go.

ALERT: Did Muslim Police Chief of Dearborn, Mich. Announce He’ll Enforce Shariah on Christians?

From THE CONSERVATIVE TRIBUNE
Ah, Dearbornistan. It’s the one place in America where the Council on American-Islamic Relations isn’t terribly concerned about the separation of church and state.
Dearborn has one of the largest populations of Muslims in the United States, with an estimated 40 percent of the city’s population being of Arab descent. So, for Ramadan, the police chief announced that he’s going to be enforcing a curfew on all residents — including Christians.
The Islamic holy month of Ramadan requires Muslims to fast from sunrise to sunset, meaning that many food shops are open 24 hours a day to accommodate fasting needs. The city has a curfew in effect during the hours of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday, with a slightly later curfew on the weekends.
Dearborn Police Chief Ron Haddad, a Muslim, said that the city’s Muslim parents should be extra careful making sure their children don’t congregate after those hours.
The first meal after sunset, iftar, and the last meal before sunrise, suhur, both take place during those hours. During the holy month, many Muslims will come together for those meals.
“When we find them in curfew violation we take them home the first time,” Haddad told reporters. “And the second time, we give them a ticket.” (H/T Shoebat)
It’s important to note that there are several viable alternative interpretations to what is being done here. On the one hand, the police chief could be reminding Muslims that while they are out during Ramadan, the rules will still apply to them. On the other hand, this could be seen as reminding non-Muslims to be respectful during the holiday. And even another way to interpret what’s happening is that the chief is enforcing curfews to keep Muslim children near their families and at home celebrating the religious meals required during Ramadan, and telling Christians and others to keep out of the way.
This isn’t the first time Shariah law has raised its ugly head in the Michigan city, and it’s not the first time the police chief and his deputy chief have come under fire for seemingly enforcing shariah law. The city arrested Christians for street preaching during a fair in the city and also refused to protect Christians who were being assaulted.
Given the police chief’s history, it’s alarming that he would make these kinds of comments without clarifying exactly what he is enforcing and why. In other words, if there are no sinister motives, he should say so.
Dearborn is also the city where The Home Depot employees receive special training to “better serve their Muslim customers and accommodate the religious sensitivities of their Muslim employees.”
The training was put on by none other than CAIR, the Muslim Brotherhood front group usually seen picketing any slight visited upon the “religion of peace,” perceived or actual.
Just another day in Dearbornistan, the new liberal capital of crazy.

American Muslims: Is There A Different Mohammed? A Different Quran? A Different Sira? A Different Hadith? A Different Allah? A Different Sharia Law?

American Muslims: Is There A Different Mohammed? A Different Quran? A Different Sira? A Different Hadith? A Different Allah? A Different Sharia Law?muslims2

muzzies4
muzzies3muzzies5copsmuzzies6
they are different….how?

tn4politicaljustice | May 6, 2015 at 3:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shocking documentary about Islam – The world’s most dangerous cult! ISIS ISLAMIC STATE

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=5YsdbhIbZoc

Shocking documentary about Islam – The world's most dangerous cult! ISIS ISLAMIC STATE

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=5YsdbhIbZoc