Friday, May 8, 2015

Sharia Law Already Happening in U.S.

Rush Limbaugh: Sharia Law Already Happening in U.S.
Thursday, 07 May 2015 06:15 PM
By Courtney Coren

In light of the fallout from the recent shooting in Texas, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh says Sharia law is already happening.

Limbaugh said on his radio show Thursday that on "one of the networks this morning somebody was defending Pam Geller and started saying, 'If we're not careful, Sharia law is gonna happen,'" and the co-host responded, saying that "'There isn't gonna be Sharia law in the United States of America. Just isn't gonna happen. Come on, get real, get real, it's silly.'"
But Limbaugh said that "Sharia law has already been implemented in this country."

"Are you aware that in New Jersey a judge found that an Islamic man could not be accused of the rape of his wife?" the conservative radio host asked his audience.
Latest News Update

"A judge in New Jersey found that he could not be charged with it, much less found guilty, because there's no rape in his religion," he explained. "Well, hello. That's Sharia.

"Now, it's not Sharia that has become American law, but it's been implemented," he added. "It's been used."

Comments 5/5/2015 by blogger Andrew Shecktor,

This brings up a very interesting point. If one is to abide by the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution, then a person practicing the Islamic religion cannot be held accountable for rape, because in their religion rape is not recognized. Nor is a Christian to be denied an art show that violated Islamic law, or a cartoon depicting images contrary to Muslim law. And, anyone can deny services to another person if that persons beliefs violate their own religious beliefs. Now this becomes a double edged sword to all other religions, for if we do not permit those practicing Islam (one of the largest religious practices in the world) to practice their religion then we are also saying that one cannot practice Christianity, or Judaism, etc... This would then violate our first amendment rights. We would need to eliminate the first amendment. Hey! Why not eliminate our second amendment while we are at it and give up all our guns? 

Now understand, I don't approve of rape, and I don't believe in the religion of Islam; I am just making a point. Hell, if we approve of the right for those of Islamic faith to rape women, we may as well let those of the Jewish faith go back to killing their son's if they disobey them!

Reason needs to come into play at some point. After all, rape and murder is sanctioned in many religions. I don't believe either should be permitted in a civilized world - regardless of what is dictated by a religious organization... But then who determines what is acceptable and what is not? And if those of the Islamic faith are allowed to go free when guilty of rape, it certainly goes without saying that God fearing Christians should be allowed to bar gays and lesbians from their businesses. Maybe we should allow stoning of prostitutes? Your thoughts??

U.S. Bill of Rights:
Amendment I
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Footnote - This references the 5/4/2015 incident in Texas:
ISIS threatens controversial blogger Pamela Geller in message boasting of '71 trained soldiers in 15 different states'
BY SASHA GOLDSTEIN , JASON SILVERSTEIN  NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Tuesday, May 5, 2015, 11:54 PM Updated: Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 11:45 AM

ISIS appears to declare war on controversial blogger Pamela Geller on Tuesday in an ominous online message claiming it has fighters across America ready to attack "any target we desire."

The threat, posted on anonymous message board JustPasteIt, singles out Geller, who helped plan a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that was attacked by two gunmen in Garland, Texas, over the weekend. ISIS claimed responsibility for the shooting early Tuesday, marking the first time the terror group called an American attack one of its own, though lawmakers believe the two men were influenced by the group, not guided directly by it.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.