Friday, March 23, 2012

Sharia Law Takes Root in Pennsylvania‏

Last week we alerted you of the horrible decision made by Mark Martin, a Pennsylvania Magistrate Judge in Cumberland County who dismissed charges against a Muslim man who assaulted another man who was dressed in a Muhammad costume during a Halloween parade. Judge Martin not only did he let off the attacker, he lectured the victim for insulting Islam. We wish this was an isolated instance, but sadly, this has become a trend. The voters in Oklahoma, with over 70% of the vote, approved a referendum stating that Sharia Law, or any other law, cannot supplant the U.S. Constitution. The 10th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals overturned the will of the people, and in effect has given a green light for the use of Shariah law in the U.S. Courts. Moreover, a recent study by the Center for Security Policy found that 50 appellate court cases from 23 states that involve conflicts between Shariah law and American state law. The analysis finds that Shariah has been applied or formally recognized in state court decisions, in conflict with the Constitution and state public policy.

Shariah law is here. We must get the word out to the American people before this Stealth Jihad destroys the U.S. Constitution. That attack is already underway and we must act fast. The Freedom Center acts as the early warning radar in these fights. We are running ads in newspapers across central Pennsylvania to alert the citizens of the Commonwealth to the dangers in their own back yard. We need to expose this Judge and others like him and wake up America to this threat. Our initial ad campaign will cost $50,000. That will get us almost 20 papers and online sites that will be read by thousands in Judge Martin's backyard.

We are taking our campaign to talk radio, the internet, sending out alerts to public officials in the hopes of reaching millions of citizens. This threat is very real and these attacks on our Constitution are taking root. We must win this fight. Please help us today by making as generous of a contribution as you can.

Thank you again for all your support of our efforts.

Michael Finch

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