Sharia law and Texas don't mix.

Posted by johnpe1 5 years, 2 months ago to Culture
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another strong mayor stops the invasion ....... -- j

SOURCE URL: http://www.wnd.com/2015/03/mayor-wont-back-down-from-muslim-brotherhood/

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  • Posted by Ben_C 5 years, 2 months ago
    And so it begins. Islam creeps into our culture by soft jihad. Those who claim 'islamaphobe" should move to Iran and wear a cross around their neck. Wonder how long they would last. Until Muslims denounce sharia forcefully and publicly I will remain a skeptic. Their techniques for conversion are well documented and the outcomes are well known. The next president MUST rid the White House of the Muslim Brotherhood's influence and back off on political correctness. Diversity is a bad idea. We were once the melting pot. Not so anymore.
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    • Posted by $ winterwind 5 years, 2 months ago
      Your post is excellent, but your phrase "soft jihad" is truly BRILLIANT. It even scans well.
      It is vital to make our points. Making them with style, grace and intelligence makes them stronger.
      huzzah! from a wordsmythe
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  • Posted by SaltyDog 5 years, 2 months ago
    Bravo Zulu to the Mayor!

    I'm sure that she'll be able to find some kind of satisfying work after the Feds have her removed for obstruction of justice or some such.
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  • Posted by Herb7734 5 years, 2 months ago
    How in the world did anyone ever get the idea that any law other than American Constitutional law can be used in Texas or anywhere else in this country? The insidious invasion of Islamists into this country promulgate this concept. It is time to follow the lead of Japan. No Islamists allowed into the USA for any reason other than appearance at the U.N. and then only within certain parameters. Anyone, Islamists or Zaroastrian Tree Worshipers, who will not obey our laws on religious grounds get a ticket for immediate expulsion. Too bad we are too woosified to act in this way. Sooo afraid of being called an Islamaphobe that we give up to the 7th century barbarians of today.
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    • Posted by sumitch 5 years, 2 months ago
      Texas just might be the wrong place to try and change the laws we live under. You'd be better off moving your brand of laws back to where they came from and go with them. We don't need or want stoning, beheading, murdering the daughters or any other of your antique laws designed for animals.
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  • Posted by blackswan 5 years, 2 months ago
    The thing that should be obvious (but obviously not) is that there already exists a legal system here in the US. When someone comes from another country to live here, he or she implicitly agrees to live under the already existing laws. If they wanted to live under the laws they're leaving behind, I see a severe disconnect here. Either they want what we have, including our legal system, or they're here for nefarious purposes. Out legal system doesn't need any "improvement" from a legal system that they're escaping.
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  • Posted by radical 5 years, 2 months ago
    It's nice to see someone using her head. Others need to follow her unless they want their heads chopped off.
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  • Posted by $ richrobinson 5 years, 2 months ago
    I remember a story a few weeks ago that was also in Texas. A separatist group set up their own system of governance and sent some type of letter to a judge if I remember correctly. They were raided by local police, state police and the FBI as a result. Should this Sharia Court be raided also? Why would they be shut down but the same people are okay with this?
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  • Posted by freedomforall 5 years, 2 months ago
    Existing power structure does not react kindly to ANY form of competition.
    The existing "justice" system is corrupted beyond belief and rarely delivers justice.
    Restrict all forms to the constitution.
    Competition is good when it is constitutional and objective.
    I doubt the imams judgement system is either.
    If it was, I could support it, just as I support alternative dispute resolution like arbitration.
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