Sharia vs 'man-made law': its like a shot in the head

Suicidal Democracy (American Thinker)

If Muslim groups in America are truthful in insisting that they have no desire to introduce Islamic law on themselves or others, why are they blocking efforts to outlaw it?  (TROP)

Translating jihad via Vlad Tepes:

Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America Cautions Muslims Against Participating in American Legal System; Urges Them to “Hate It in Their Hearts”

[Update 14-Mar-2012:  Added the names of additional prominent Muslim leaders in the United States who are affiliated with AMJA, including Muhammad al-Majid of the Adam Center in Virginia, Hussein Hamed Hassan, director of financial consultancy firm which advises Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and other large American banking institutions, and Zulfiqar Ali Shah, former president of Islamic Circle of North America and current executive director of the Fiqh Council of North America. Updates to post are in italics below.]

Below is my translation of an Arabic-language paper published by the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA) in 2007, and presented at their 2008 careers conference in Houston, which provides guidelines for American Muslims on what they can and cannot do vis-à-vis infidel legal systems. The paper makes clear that according to Islam, the only legitimate law is that which comes from Allah, and in fact authority to make laws rests with Allah alone. This renders every other legal system—including the American system—illegitimate.

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2 thoughts on “Sharia vs 'man-made law': its like a shot in the head”

  1. “If Muslim groups in America are truthful in insisting that they have no desire to introduce Islamic law on themselves or others, why are they blocking efforts to outlaw it? (TROP)”

    Why even ask the question? We know they’re lying.

  2. And, oh, sharia IS man made law … just like every other law on this planet. Laugh in their faces.

    “The paper makes clear that according to Islam, the only legitimate law is that which comes from Allah, and in fact authority to make laws rests with Allah alone.”

    Strike out “Allah” and insert “Muslim clergy”. That makes it all very simple to understand.

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