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Shari'ah Law Giver Honored
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The United States Supreme Court once ruled that = Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, was one of the most influencial of all Law Givers in the history of the world.

That's right, the same supreme court that has recently been heariing testimony about the world's fastest growing religion - ISLAM - as being a terrorist cult and promotes violence, terrorism and is against freedom and democracy.

The same court  hearing petitions and proposed bills to restrict the religious freedoms of Muslims or anyone following the "Shari'ah" (means: God's Law). But what about the "Torah" (means: God's Law)?
Note: a number of states have already passed laws forbidding the following of Shari'ah.

prophet honoredAnd the same court once made up of people who once proclaimed openly, Muhammad (peace be upon him) to the of the greatest men ever lived. [click]

How could this be?

It was actually back in 1935, back when the news reporters were a bit more responsible in verifying their sources of information and also a bit less prejudiced (at least toward religions). At that time Islam was seen as a middle eastern religion and not much of a threat to the Judao-Christian faith here in America.

Today we are even seeing vilolations of our own constitution by the very people who took their oath of office, swearing to uphold the very same rights of the people they now persecute with their unwarranted hatred.

Speaking of oaths of office, did you know, the Quran of Islam has also been used in place of the Bible for certain members of the congress to swear their oath of office upon accepting their positions [Thomas Jefferson did not use the Quran to be sworn in. He had a Quran in his collection of books, and it was Rep. Keith Ellison who used the Quran to be sworn in. (note for correction below)].

Check it out and see for yourself how things have 'changed' and attitutudes have been severely altered and modified to adjust to the popular vote, so to speak.

What is next? Will they take away our rights to speak the truth (lies are ok, so why not the truth?) and what about the right to bear arms? Will they try to control the right to have fire arms? Oh wait, never mind, they are already doing that.

What's next after this? Will they tell us how to dress nor not dress (hijab? niqab? long robes?)

Let's do our best to get the correct message of the real Islam out there. That is what is missing. There is no real voice telling Americans  - What is Islam? & Who are the real Muslims?

Here are some aids and tips:
www.WhatsIslam.com - www.ShareIslam.com. www.GodAllah.com - www.ScienceIslam.com - www.ProphetOfIslam.com - www.ConvertsReverts.com - www.TubeIslam.com - www.IslamNewsRoom.com - www.IslamTomorrow.com - www.GuideUS.TV

EXTRA: What Is Your State Planning About Shar'ah Law? - Find Out

Line Up of Bans on Shari'ah Law - State by State
- Source: Gavel to Gavel

- Article: Bans on Court Use of Shari'ah International Law

What to watch for - Law & Court Decisions of Other Nations; Specifically Prohibiting Use of Foreign Law (read: Shari'ah)

This year’s batch of bans of sharia/international law use by state courts looks very different than those of the past several years.

After criticism that:

a) past versions would effectively cripple businesses who have to sign international contracts

b) that bans on references to the law and court decisions of other nations would make the judicial determinations of tribal courts in the U.S. enforceable, most such bills have been completely rewritten.

Specifically, most now specify the prohibition on the use of foreign law/sharia

  • - applies only to a particular case type (such as family law or domestic relations)
  • - does not infringe on the right to contract
  • - does not apply to not apply to a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, etc.
  • - does not apply to recognition or use of tribal court decisions in state courts
  • - does not apply to ecclesiastical matters within a denomination

Even with these modifications, as in the past, most such bills are failing to advance in the legislatures.

List of Bills

Bill

Does not affect right to contract freely/contract provisions

Does not apply to corporations

Does not apply to tribal court decisions

Does not apply to ecclesiastical matters/religious orgs

Other items

Status

Alabama SB 4

X

X

 

 

Full faith and credit with other states suspended if they use international law

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Alabama SB 44

X

X

 

 

Full faith and credit with other states suspended if they use international law

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Florida HB 351

X

X

X

X

Limited to Family law. Does not apply to use of English common law.

Approved by Judiciary Committee’s Civil Justice Subcommittee 2/7/13.

Florida SB 58

X

X

X

X

Limited to Family law. Does not apply to use of English common law.

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Iowa HB 76

X

X

X

X

 

In House Judiciary Committee.

Indiana SB 22

X

 

 

 

 

In Senate Rules Committee.

Indiana SB 460

X

 

 

 

 

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Kentucky HB 13

X

X

 

 

 

In House Judiciary Committee.

Missouri SB 267

X

 

 

X

 

In Senate (no committee).

Mississippi HB 711

X

 

 

 

Specifically uses word “sharia”

Died in House Judiciary A Committee.

Mississippi HB 1127

X

 

X

X

 

Died in House Judiciary A Committee.

Mississippi HB 1333

X

 

 

 

 

Died in House Judiciary A Committee.

Mississippi SB 2729

X

X

 

 

 

Died in Senate Judiciary A Committee.

Oklahoma HB 1060

X

X

X

X

 

Approved by House Judiciary Committee 2/6/13.

Oklahoma HB 1486

X

 

 

 

 

In House States’ Rights Committee.

Oklahoma HB 1845

 

 

X

X

 

In House Rules Committee.

Oklahoma HB 1959

X

 

X

X

 

In House Rules Committee.

Oklahoma SB 609

 

X

 

X

 

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Oklahoma SB 951

X

X

X

X

 

Approved by Senate Judiciary Committee 2/12/13.

South Carolina SB 60

X

 

 

 

 

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

South Carolina SB 81

X

 

 

 

 

In Senate Judiciary Committee.

Texas HB 288

 

 

 

 

 

In House Judiciary Committee.

Texas HB 750

X

X

 

 

Limited to family law (divorce, marriage, parent-child relationship)

In House Judiciary Committee.

Texas HJR 43

 

 

 

 

 

In House (no committee).

Texas SB 285

X

X

 

 

Limited to family law (divorce, marriage, parent-child relationship)

In Senate State Affairs Committee.

Washington HB 1392

X

X

 

 

 

In House Judiciary Committee.

Wyoming HJR 4

 

 

 

 

Does not apply to use of English common law, if enacted

Killed by full House 1/24/13.

Wyoming HJR 5

 

 

 

 

Does not apply to use of English common law, if enacted

Died in House Judiciary Committee.

Virginia HB 1322

 

 

 

 

Limited to Domestic Relations (marriage, divorce, custody, visitation, support, adoption)

Withdrawn at sponsor’s request.

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Comments   

#5 Editor IslamNewsroom 2016-07-28 13:02
Interesting to see actual acceptance or rejection of each state.
#4 Benazir 2013-03-22 10:28
Salam Alaikum,

Thomas Jefferson did not use the Quran to be sworn in. He had a Quran in his collection of books which Rep. Keith Ellison used to be sworn in.
*** EDITOR: You are right. Thank you for reminding us and posting here! Jazakallah khair.
#3 Abdul 2013-03-14 18:11
whole of europe are following america.
#2 sk 2013-03-12 06:13
it shows that there was some decency in america in 1935 along with people who had morals & a conscious.
there been a moral decay in the US ever since the zionists took over. looks like america is turning into israel.
#1 abderrahim 2013-03-09 05:22
May Allah help sheikh yusuf to spread the real islam in the US and all over the world. Ameen

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