thanks to Snapped Shot:
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse:
“Sharia not bad at all” – sez Noah Feldman in the NYT
* It seems that America has more than its fair share of kooky professors. Recently, Wakademia has presented us with the most bizarre fantasy products and mental flatulence from Ward Churchills ‘3000 little Eichmanns’ to a ‘leading expert’, who tells us that ‘jihadists do it all out of boredom’ and another nutbag who claims “Oil, not Islam, oppresses women”.
* Now we have Noah Feldman, a law professor at Harvard of all places, who shills for the sharia:
In some sense, the outrage about according a degree of official status to Shariah in a Western country should come as no surprise. No legal system has ever had worse press. To many, the word “Shariah” conjures horrors of hands cut off, adulterers stoned and women oppressed. By contrast, who today remembers that the much-loved English common law called for execution as punishment for hundreds of crimes, including theft of any object worth five shillings or more? How many know that until the 18th century, the laws of most European countries authorized torture as an official component of the criminal-justice system? As for sexism, the common law long denied married women any property rights or indeed legal personality apart from their husbands. When the British applied their law to Muslims in place of Shariah, as they did in some colonies, the result was to strip married women of the property that Islamic law had always granted them â€” hardly progress toward equality of the sexes.
In fact, for most of its history, Islamic law offered the most liberal and humane legal principles available anywhere in the world. Today, when we invoke the harsh punishments prescribed by Shariah for a handful of offenses, we rarely acknowledge the high standards of proof necessary for their implementation. Before an adultery conviction can typically be obtained, for example, the accused must confess four times or four adult male witnesses of good character must testify that they directly observed the sex act. The extremes of our own legal system â€” like life sentences for relatively minor drug crimes, in some cases â€” are routinely ignored.
* Right Noah. Hanging women from cranes, especially underaged girls who have been raped by their accusers, public flogging and beheading of Jews is all not so bad. Go for it, Noah. The mullah’s will love you for it…
Barrack Hussein cries ‘racism’, and AP cries along
* Because racism is, and can only be white on black, never the other way around. And now the
Manchurian Muslim candidate tells us that ‘”We have to come together,”
* After ignoring the Rev. Wright scandal for as long as possible, the Associated Press is now filing blatant whitewash pieces like this one, in which they don’t even tell the reader what Barack Obama’s pastor actually said:
Obama decries racial rhetoric.
Wright’s sermons were just “inflammatory,” in some oddly unspecific way.
* Update: Obama Web Site ‘Disappears’ Radical Pastor
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>>”Protesters in Pakistan are demanding for ties with Denmark to be severed
Disproprtionate response and collective punishment once again.
Can these retards not get to grips with the fact that sharia is not like smorgasbord?
>>”How many know that until the 18th century, the laws of most European countries authorized torture as an official component of the criminal-justice system?
Judas, we progressed because the laws weren’t fixed. Sharia is fixed and would take us back farther than the 18th Century.
* Now we have Noah Feldman
Noah Feldman was asked to advise Iraq on the post-Saddam constitution, which from memory gave prominence to Sharia law, much as in post-Taliban Afghanistan. From what
I can gather, Noah is more interested in placing the gentile under Noahide Law than Sharia Law, but happy to use Sharia as a means to an end. Islam isn’t the only Bad Wolf seeking
to devour …
Iraqi Constitution – Noah Feldman
Sunday, 22 February 2004
Presenter: Geraldine Doogue
Noah Feldman, a constitutional lawyer and Arabic expert, was asked by the transitional administration in Iraq to advise on the new Iraqi constitution. The deadline for the interim constitution is 28 February.
But there is no guarantee that the US administration would accept a constitution which
gives a key role to Islamic law.
Especially telling is this: ‘Feldman believes that an Islamic democracy is possible, as is the case in Turkey, and points to the positive role of key Shi’ite cleric Ayatollah Sistani.’- how deluded is that? Turkey’s shallow ‘democracy’ is on its way out, and how exactly is the Ayatollah Sistani different from the Ayatollah Khomeini?
Both of these despicable demagogues have used infidels when it suited them for shelter, financial and medical support while at the same time preaching hatred and refusing even to meet with an infidel let alone to shake an infidels hand! But when Sistani needed his prostate treated he quickly went off to Londonistan to get it done, ain’t no Muhammedan doctor trustworthy enough.
We are the dumbest jackasses the world has ever known to allow this!
* We are the dumbest jackasses the world has ever known to allow this!
We (infidels) have no rights, but Mo’s followers “human rights” have our legal systems
reduced to laughing stocks, where Haneef “warns” the government to widen the terms
of reference, or immigrant rapists can’t be deported from UK because it would breach
their “human rights” and so on. Sometimes I feel like throwing up.
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