by Moody Adams
There may only be a tiny number of Muslims committing acts of terrorism, but all Muslim's believe in Shariah law. This is the part of Islam that makes it very objectionable to non-Muslims. Shariah is the list of laws compiled from the Koran and Muhammad’s life that control all the details of Muslim life. This includes stoning to death those who committ a homosexual act, or committ adultery.

The Center for Security Policy released its report on Islamic Shariah law this week, saying the U.S. is "euphemistically" labeling the threat of Islam as mere "violent extremism." "Our leaders have failed to perceive -- let alone respond effectively to-- the real progress being made by the Muslim Brotherhood in insinuating Shariah into the very heartland of America through stealthy means," they later added.

Newt Gingrich is leading a movement to get Shariah law outlawed in the U.S. "We should have a federal law that says Shariah law cannot be recognized by any court in the United States," Gingrich declared, to a standing ovation.
Jacqueline Le Beau, a Murrieta author, wants to separate Islam from Shariah, which, she said, was being "legitimized" under the cover of religion.

Mano Bakh, said, “Shariah law, the rules that cover everything in the life of a Muslim and the rules, that he said, provide a sharp contrast with equal rights for women, human rights in general and freedom of religion, the core beliefs of the U.S.”

To recceive a free copy of Shariah laws, send an email to:

comments powered by Disqus