Shari’a

“People became Muslims as a result of the fact that Muslims came with the sword”

by Skip September 21, 2017

Sheikh Suleiman Anwar Bengharsa, head of the Islamic Jurisprudence Center in Clarksburg, Maryland, gave a lecture in Toronto, Canada in 2010, in which he said that Muslims could only live in the land of the infidels under certain circumstances, one of which was to do da’wa. “When the caliphate is established, you need to pack […]

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Data Point – US Muslims and US Law vs Sharia

by Skip July 2, 2016

Assimilating (reformatted, emphasis mine)? From October 22 to October 26, 2012, Wenzel Strategies polled 600 U.S. Muslims of high socio-economic status. They were asked: Do you believe that criticism of Islam or Muhammad should be permitted under the Constitution’s First Amendment?  58% – “no”, 42% – “yes” Those who criticize or parody Islam in the U.S. […]

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Why Aren’t Democrats Boycotting Apple Products?

by Steve MacDonald April 2, 2015
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Apple CEO Tim Cook is mad at Indiana but proud to be in Saudi Arabia.  Hey! Does Senator Lou D’Allesandro own any Apple products ? (Examiner.com) Despite the Hoosier State’s Governor Mike Pence stressing the new law wouldn’t legalize discrimination against certain individuals or groups, but instead would protect the religious convictions of service providers […]

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Notable Quote – Common Core

by Steve MacDonald May 3, 2013

Common Core is just the secular-humanist-educational equivalent of Shari’a Law, implemented by controlling, secular-humanist, anti-religious socialist, personal-choice-bigots who insist we spend billions more every year because every child learns differently but then can’t seem to see the hypocrisy of wanting every state, county, and School district across the fruited plain to follow a one-size-fits-all nation-wide curriculum, implemented by statist fatwa, advanced through an organized campaign based on guilt and intimidation, […]

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