Most Americans worried about growing influence of Islamic law


Obamessiah picks fan of  “transnational legal process” who doesn’t see any reason why sharia law would not be applied to govern a case in the United States” as State Department’s legal adviser.  NY Post

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Whether it is a bank implementing Islamic banking or a 6 Flags Amusement Park catering to Muslims by asking their employees not to wear shorts on Muslim Day, it all leads to more demands by Muslims. In regards to Islam, we are slowly heading in the same direction as the UK. 

Islam in Action

Washington, Mar.30 : Many in the United States have started expressing concern over the growth of the Muslim population in the country, and the simultaneous influential outreach of Islamic law in the daily lives of Americans.

muslim_taxi_drivers                                 Muselmaniacs in Minnesota

Many see Islamic law’s growing influence as a threat and critics of the Shariah point to cases such as the airport in Minneapolis, where some Shariah-adherent taxi drivers made headlines in 2006 for refusing to pick up passengers they suspected of carrying liquor. 

Last year, a Tyson Foods plant in Shelbyville, Tenn. replaced its traditional Labor Day holiday with paid time off on Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival – marking the end of fasting during Ramadan. A labor union had requested the change on behalf of hundreds of Muslim employees- many of them were immigrants from Somalia.

But public outcry over the decision to dismiss Labor Day quickly prompted the company and union to negotiate a new contract that makes accommodationsfor both holidays.

In 2007, the University of Michigan installed ritual foot baths to accommodate Islamic tradition. 

“These things are beginning to percolate up as Shariah-adherent Muslims insist that their preferences and practices be accommodated by the rest of the population,” said Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center forSecurity Policy – a Washington think tank.

Gaffney predicted the U.S. could soon face problems similar to some Western European countries, where the religious values of Muslim immigrants sometimes clash with their highly secular host cultures.




2 thoughts on “Most Americans worried about growing influence of Islamic law”

  1. Yes, the ‘religious values’ of some immigrants being that they want us dead or subjugated?! Could that be a problem??!! Maybe if our government and businesses (since some banks like AIG, and a Minnesota bank, etc) think that sharia laws are cool to adopt while NOT HAVING ONE BRAIN CELL BETWEEN THEM ALL TO GO AND FIND OUT THAT IT IS AGAINST THE LAWS TO SEGREGATE OUT DUE TO RELIGION, or race or whatever!

    I hope you note my sarcasm in my note. I wouldn’t want the Mein Kampf, oh er I mean koran, to be disrespected since that is where these bunch of nitwits get their supremicist ideas.

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