Thursday, September 25, 2008

US Congressman: "There is no way that the Constitution of the United States and Sharia law can co-exist"

Anti-Dhimmi Alert. More on this story. "Does U.S. need legal protection from Jihad?" by Chad Groening for OneNewsNow, September 24: A Colorado Congressman has introduced legislation that would deny U.S. visas to advocates of so-called Sharia law, as well as expel Islamists already in the country.

Republican Tom Tancredo calls his bill the Jihad Protection Act. He has introduced the measure amid disturbing revelations that the verdicts of Islamic Sharia courts are now legally binding in the United Kingdom.

The legislation, according to Tancredo, is designed to protect the United States from a similar fate.

"There are situations where we really have to look at whether or not our system can accommodate everybody, including people who are determined to overthrow us. There is no way that the Constitution of the United States and Sharia law can co-exist," Tancredo contends. "You cannot have one class of citizens -- in this case, women, for instance -- being able to be abused, battered, killed, because someone has written that that's the right way to do it in their particular religious system, and then expect the Constitution of the United States to protect everyone else's civil rights. It just simply doesn't work."

Tancredo says Great Britain and much of Western Europe has succumbed to the pressure for multi-culturalism, which the United States must avoid.
Thanks Dhimmi Watch

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Muslims Against Sharia praise Congressman Tancredo's initiative. We advocated similar measures in the past and fully support "Gihad Prevention Act"

"Any person from a country where a substantial part of the population is pro-Sharia should not be allowed in the West, not only as an immigrant, but even as a visitor with a few exceptions, i.e., political asylum or as a diplomat etc. ... Every legal immigrant should be allowed to stay only if he/she did not display desire to establish a Sharia state in a host country. Any naturalized citizen who displays a desire to establish a Sharia state in a host country should have his/her citizenship revoked and promptly deported. I think the latter two groups is where the real danger lies." Linda Ahmed, FrontPage Magazine, July 24, 2008

"Anyone who proclaims Islamic extremist views should be tried for sedition, since we are at war with radical Islam, or at the very least, promptly deported." Khalim Massoud, FrontPage Magazine, September 9, 2008