November 9, 2010

Court Order Blocks Oklahoma Amendment Prohibiting Islamic SHARIA LAW Because Of CAIR Lawsuit!!! And People STILL Want Us To Believe We're Making This Sh*t Up!

WHY is the Muslim group CAIR wanting to REVERSE this new law PROHIBITING SHARIA LAW if they claim to never intend to use it?!?! Why are you so OFFENDED? It shouldn't bother you at all. And how can this NEW LAW be RACIST if Islam is a RELIGION?!?! You can't have it BOTH ways! I heard Awad shout out in anger that this law was racist. I've search and I cannot find the video to reference for you.

Why are American Muslims having a cow. It doesn't go against your constitutional rights! SHARIA LAW goes against the civil liberties set forth in the US CONSTITUTION! Every state should pass the same law Oklahoma just did. The American Islamic community can't make it LEGAL by way of Sharia Law to beat and rape and murder your wives! American Islamic women should be PROTECTED by the US Constitution! THIS IS AMERICA! It's not a conservative issue. This is a FREEDOM issue. U.S. Judges have already ALLOWED sharia law into our courts in some cases. The judge based his verdict on the man raping his wife repeatedly was ALLOWED under the sharia law and therefore committed NO CRIME! The Muslim woman received NO JUSTICED because of this uber liberal U.S. Judge!!! I'll look for that news and come back to share it with you. This happened recently!

UPDATE 11/10/10: I found an article detailing the sharia law verdict I described above. "Man Rapes Wife and Pleads Muslim, American Judge Says Okay" dated 07/07/10. Please click HERE to read entire article and get informed.


Yahoo News
written by Tim Talley, Associated Press
Monday November 8, 4:49pm ET

OKLAHOMA CITY – A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order Monday to block a new amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution that would prohibit state courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases.

U.S. District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange handed down the order after an Oklahoma man filed a lawsuit claiming the amendment stigmatized his religion and would invalidate his will, which he said is partially based on Islamic Law, also known as Sharia Law.

"My constitutional rights are being violated through the condemnation of my faith," said Muneer Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Oklahoma. "Islam was the target of this amendment. This amendment does not have a secular purpose."

The measure, State Question 755, was approved with 70 percent of the vote in the Nov. 2 general election. The judge's order prevents the state Election Board from certifying the results of that vote, which it had planned to do Tuesday afternoon.

The order will remain in effect until a Nov. 22 hearing on a preliminary injunction.

Awad, a law school graduate who has not been admitted to practice in Oklahoma, was congratulated by Muslims and other supporters following Miles-Lagrange's ruling. Between 20,000 and 30,000 Muslims live in the state.

"We're confident in the case. We're confident in the claims we are making," said Awad, who filed the lawsuit Thursday. "Today's ruling is a reminder of the strength of our nation's legal system and the protections it grants to religious minorities."

The measure's author, Rep. Rex Duncan, R-Sand Springs, attended the brief court hearing and said afterward he was surprised by Miles-Lagrange's decision.

"It thwarts the will of the people," said Duncan, an attorney who was elected district attorney in the northern Oklahoma counties of Osage and Pawnee in the general election.

Duncan has said the constitutional amendment was not intended as an attack on Muslims but an effort to prevent activist judges from relying on international law or Islamic law when ruling on legal cases.

In 2007, Duncan rejected a Quran as a gift from a council created by Gov. Brad Henry, explaining that "most Oklahomans do not endorse the idea of killing innocent women and children in the name of ideology."

The constitutional amendment was one of several on Oklahoma's ballot that critics said pandered to conservatives and would move the state further to the right.

Among other things, Awad's lawsuit alleges the measure transforms Oklahoma's Constitution into "an enduring condemnation" of Islam by singling it out and barring courts from referring to Islamic law. It also alleges it violates the First Amendment's prohibition against laws regarding the establishment of religion.

Legal experts also have questioned the measure. Joseph Thai, a professor at the University of Oklahoma's College of Law, said the ballot measure is "an answer in search of a problem" and that there is no danger of international law or Sharia law overtaking the American legal system.

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