small side line , Major victory against islamofacists

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  1. jack404

    jack404 Former Guest

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    Rex Duncan, dunno the bloke but he sponsored a bill banning judges from considering international law or Islamic law when deciding cases.

    this means amputations for theft , stonings for adultery and similar are illegal in Oklahoma !

    this is the biggest story in Saudi now , not the election

    Globally the jihadi's are going nuts!!

    one al jazeera report stated it was the biggest insult to islam since people tryed to stop the 9/11 "victory mosque" being built ( yes thats what Al jazeera called it .. the victory mosque)


    who ever Rex Duncan is tell him from a Aussie "bloody well done!!!"
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    If it upsets the Jihadists so much, we should do in Arizona too.
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    Its front page in Egypt gaza Saudi amd morocco big write ups in the french arabic news as well , the Musso lunies are going spare !! hahahaha love it !!!
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    Jack, do you have any links for English-language reports on the Muslim tantrums? Egypt, Saudi, whatever?

    I would like to share that with somebody in Oklahoma.
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    no but a couple have english pages on the site , i'll look again and get back to you
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    I'd like to see other states and the US Congress bring up a similar bill. That'd really piss'm off. But, we need some protection in this country; because sharia law is creeping into this country already.
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    I figured we would piss off a bunch of muslims with that law.
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    This story doesn't surprise me in the least bit.



    Now this is the cool part that reminds me of the new Arizona Immigration legislation.

    I'm pretty sure that there are at least four states that specifically ban sharia.
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    http://www.alukah.net/World_Muslims/0/26493/

    but the server is down when i just looked , its common for it to be offline for a few hours a day... probably cant run a web server or some dumb clutz is turning it off with the lights on the way out , i dunno ... sheesh

    give it a couple tries at different times ..
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    Thanks for the link, I'll keep trying until they're back up.
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    Oklahoma voters face question on Islamic law

    By Laurie Ure, CNN National Security Producer

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (CNN) -- Oklahoma voters are considering an unusual question that will appear on their ballots this Tuesday: whether Islamic law can be used in considering cases in state court.

    The question is the doing of State Rep. Rex Duncan. The Republican is the main author of State Question 755, also known as the "Save our State" constitutional amendment, one of 11 questions on the state ballot.

    The question might seem a befuddling one for a ballot in the heartland, but it stems from a New Jersey legal case in which a Muslim woman went to a family court asking for a restraining order against her spouse claiming he had raped her repeatedly. The judge ruled against her, saying that her husband was abiding by his Muslim beliefs regarding spousal duties. The decision was later overruled by an appellate court, but the case sparked a firestorm.

    Duncan secured support for the proposal on the state's Senate side from fellow Republican Anthony Sykes, who co-authored the measure.

    "The fact that Sharia law was even considered anywhere in the United States is enough for me" to sign on, Sykes told CNN. "It should scare anyone that any judge in America would consider using that as precedent."

    Sykes said his concern was compounded by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan's comments during her confirmation hearings in June that she would be willing to consider international law when considering cases before the court.

    Saleem Quraishi, president of the American Muslim Association of Oklahoma City who runs the Islamic Center at the Grand Mosque of Oklahoma City, said there are more than 5,000 Muslims in the city. While there are no exact numbers for the Muslim population in the state, it is not among the larger communities, said Ibrahim Hooper of the Council on American-Islamic Relations

    "It's just fear mongering; it's nothing," Quraishi told CNN. "What's Sharia law have to do with Oklahoma?"

    Some 1,200 Muslims from India, Bangladesh, the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere participate in services at the Islamic Center of Oklahoma City, according to Quraishi The facility, founded by Oklahoma City cardiologist M.A. Shakir, has been open for about two years.

    Another Islamic center is just two miles away.

    Quraishi insists that Islam does not allow for men to mistreat women, and that the New Jersey case involved a "crazy, loony man, unfortunately a Muslim."

    "That is not Islam," he said.
    "Oklahoma, you know, is a very Republican state," Quraishi said. He accused some lawmakers with attempting to instill fear in the heads of constituents in order to drum up votes. "But Oklahomans are not like that. I know most of the Oklahomans. They're very nice people."

    As written on the ballot, the measure states it would amend a state constitution section dealing with the state courts, making them "rely on federal and state law when deciding cases, forbidding them "from considering or using international law" and "from considering or using Sharia Law."

    The ballot then briefly describes international law, which "deals with the conduct of international organizations and independent nations, such as countries, states and tribes," and Sharia, which is "based on two principal sources, the Koran and the teaching of Mohammed."

    "Shall the proposal be approved?" the ballot reads, instructing voters to respond 'yes' if they're for the proposal and 'no' if they're against it.
    Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich touched on the issue during a speech to the fifth annual Values Voter Summit in Washington in September.

    "I am totally opposed to any effort to impose Sharia on the United States, and we should have a federal law that says under no circumstance, in any jurisdiction in the United States, will Sharia be used in any court to apply to any judgment made about American law," Gingrich said.

    Oklahoma's proposed constitutional amendment coincides with heated discussion regarding a 13-story Islamic Center planned for two blocks from the World Trade Center site in New York City.

    The state had its own encounter with terrorism in 1995 when the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was struck by a bomb. Timothy McVeigh was convicted for the attack, which killed 168 people, including 19 children. McVeigh was not a Muslim.

    The activist group Act for America, a self-described issues advocacy organization, recently launched a $45,000 grass-roots campaign in Oklahoma to urge voters to support State Question 755. The group sponsored a one-minute radio ad airing across the state that warns against Sharia.

    In the ad, a voice says, "A husband was brutally beating and raping his wife several times a day. Desperate to save her life, this Muslim woman sought a restraining order against him. But the judge ruled against her, saying her husband had not committed a crime."

    The commercial then said this case happened not in Saudi Arabia or Iran, but in New Jersey.

    "This is just one chilling example of how Islamic Sharia law has begun to penetrate America," the ad continued. "Help us stop Sharia law from coming to Oklahoma."

    The group is also sponsoring automated phone calls to Oklahoma voters from former CIA director and Oklahoma native James Woolsey.

    "We must realize there is a major campaign in Europe to impose Sharia law and Sharia is beginning to be cited in a few U.S courts. It is completely incompatible with our Constitution," says Woolsey, who also says that he is not advocating interference with Muslims practicing their religion.

    Despite the publicity, many Oklahomans are unfamiliar with the proposed amendment, which is largely overshadowed by another ballot question proposing that the state annually fund public education to a minimum of the per-student average of neighboring states. Another proposal, Question 751, would make English the official language of Oklahoma.

    Those voters who are familiar with the Sharia initiative are largely inclined to vote for it, but few who spoke with CNN were very excited about it.
    Diana Anderson, a legal assistant, said she supports the measure.
    "I don't know that it would make much difference, but if there is something that comes up that has to do with Islamic law, or treating women that way, I don't want them to be treated badly and I don't want us to have any problem with the way they treat them in court either," Anderson said.

    Lawyer Bill Price said he would probably vote for the proposal, but he doesn't feel strongly about it one way or the other.

    "I don't think there's much of a chance of Sharia law becoming any kind of law in Oklahoma," said Price. "There are much more important issues."

    Sykes admits the notion of Sharia taking precedence in Oklahoma's courts is not looming on voters' minds.

    "It's not a problem and we want to keep it that way," he said. "And we hope this state question will have that effect, to make it crystal clear that that's not to be considered in Oklahoma, nor is international law."
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    well its a FAT NO now ...

    let's see how OIC reacts next week

    the jihadis generally take a few days to get up to spin in rapages
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    Jack, that link started working again, but I couldn't find any stories regarding the Oklahoma law..... tried a search on their website too, came up empty....

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    bummer, the cover up's started their side this time and again...

    too reactionary , folks might see what we really think

    basically the story was some high end shiek/cleric showing his crew how evil we are in the west how discriminatory we are by not allowing them to beat women as God Instructs then via the phrofet ( forever shall we sniff his butt) and calling for those who did this to be struck down
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