Jihad Prevention Act Proposed to Protect US Courts

WASHINGTON, DC – Amid disturbing revelations that the verdicts of Islamic Sharia courts are now legally binding in civil cases in the United Kingdom, U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo (R-Littleton) moved quickly today to introduce legislation designed to protect the United States from a similar fate.

According to recent news reports, a new network of Sharia courts in a half-dozen major cities in the U.K. have been empowered under British law to adjudicate a wide variety of legal cases ranging from divorces and financial disputes to those involving domestic violence.  >>>>>

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13 Responses to Jihad Prevention Act Proposed to Protect US Courts

  1. 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

    http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2008/09/tancredo-proposes-anti-sharia-measure.html

  2. 5-Pillar Scribe says:

    Although I would allow most arguments to be made without too much intervention. In this case, it would only be fair to announce that the group, Muslims Against Sharia, which placed the previous comment, is a group that many believe to be in reality, a pro-zionist, right-winged front to attempt to defame Islam and Muslims ‘from the inside.’

  3. Michelle says:

    I don’t really care who they are, 5-Pillar Scribe. This bill has nothing to do with Zionists. This bill has EVERYTHING to do with America!

    I wonder what agenda you’re hiding by not praising this bill? Everyone I know is applauding and calling for Tancredo for President! But I notice you’re not. I notice you’re sitting there playing the victim-card again.

    Well I have news for you. The truth, we’re sick of the terrorism and the bullying of other countries and we’re NOT going to let it happen in the United States. If you don’t like that, too bad. LEAVE!

    We have a Constitution in this country and damn time it was ENFORCED!!!

    9,000 terrorist attacks since 9/11 and NOTHING is being done about it. I’ve HAD IT!

  4. 5-Pillar Scribe says:

    I was trying to point out that the usual, pro-Zionist spin of hatred comes from a certain ‘sect’ in the extreme right of the Republican Party. It is the very basis of the Constitution that guarantees the free practice of religion, and protects free speech. If the Constitution were enforced; many of the people you support would be in prison already. Even by President Bush’s tongue, Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11, and for that matter, neither did Afghanistan.

    Giving me an option to ‘leave’ the country is un-American. It should have been the option of those who stole the lands from the Native American. Since I was born here, served my military, voluntarily, during a time of war, for many years; I beg to differ – and choose to continue being a U.S. citizen, and exercising my rights..

  5. zonie says:

    Implementation fo sharia here will lead to civil war. So much for your patriotism.
    You are free to call for this. But sharia insitutionalized discrimination on the basis of religion and is not compatible with the Constitution for that reason. Balther all you want about your rights and citizenship and service but sharia discriminates against non muslims and is not compatible with the Constitution.

    What, by the way, is the position of non muslims in countries ruled by laws inspired by sharia. Will you answer about the status of Christians in Egypt or Pakistan for that matter. Don’t bother to bring up about the Hindutva people in india to change the subject. I want to know about how muslims treat their non muslim citizens when given half a chance. And please do explain how this is superior to equal rights for all.

    Thank You

  6. 5-Pillar Scribe says:

    First of all, I am not calling for shara….merely justice. What we presently have in the U.S. is not just, even by most Americans today.

    With regards to positions that non-Muslims have in Muslim countries, it is important to note how many Jews in Iran backed their own government over what Israel wanted. If you go through history books (objective ones), you will see that Christians and Jews thrived in Islamically-governed lands at the time.

    Egypt happens to be a secular nation, not an Islamic nation. The Coptics actually have a lot of power and are numerous in Egypt. Those Islamists seeking sharia, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, are under a great deal of scrutiny, limited in their power, many times imprisoned.

    Christians in Pakistan live as do Muslims. I’ve been to several Muslim countries, and have been curious about this very same point. As a former Christian, who still reveres Jesus, I’ve had an automatic tendency to see how Christians do live in these environments….I can unequivocally say that Christians in Muslim countries are treated far better than Muslims living in Christian or secular nations, such as Russia, China, Serbia.

    If you want drive the point more clearly, in Palestine, Christians and Muslims are usually Arabs. The Israelis treat both groups similarly; as they treat the Gentiles (Christian, Muslim and Druze) of Lebanon, Jordan, etc. Yet both Christians and Muslims suffer at the hands of the Israelis. Israel wants Jerusalem for itself, excluding the Arab-Christian and Muslim sectors. Therefore, your argument about Christians and Muslims and their differences fails to deal with the substance of their similarities. God-willing…you and I ensure that we strive in God’s way…, yes, the same one Jesus prayed to.

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