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Posted on May 22, 2010 by creeping sharia
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  • Yves Caron 2013/01/09 01:27:17
  • snicklefritz 2012/09/11 07:57:42
    snicklefritz
    +2
    I am sharing this story wherever I can in hopes that those who read it will realize what a blessing freedom of Shari law is and make the sacrifices of $, time and energies and common sense needed to keep America free of it

    I have worked in ministry channels of Voice of the Martyrs. Letters from persecuted persons in muslim countries were given me for the asking of support of prayer and necessities. Often they were under house arrest and not able to purchase food or necessities. I also read many of their shocking testimonials. None however, were as disturbing nor as heart wrenching as one handed down to me from a little 11 yr old girl. She told of how muslim soldiers/ "police" broke into their house one day, beat her father in her presence and took him away. She stated she did not at that time know if he ws in prison or dead. Her older brother was murdered. She, her mother, and older sister were raped and as their assaults took place the men were shouting Praise Allah and told them they were now "purified to Allah" .

    So how can anyone say these are peaceful people with peaceable motives and beliefs as promoted by them so widely?

    I leave you with the little 11 yr old girl's own words. "Thank you for your prayers and we pray for you because you do not know what is coming...

    I am sharing this story wherever I can in hopes that those who read it will realize what a blessing freedom of Shari law is and make the sacrifices of $, time and energies and common sense needed to keep America free of it

    I have worked in ministry channels of Voice of the Martyrs. Letters from persecuted persons in muslim countries were given me for the asking of support of prayer and necessities. Often they were under house arrest and not able to purchase food or necessities. I also read many of their shocking testimonials. None however, were as disturbing nor as heart wrenching as one handed down to me from a little 11 yr old girl. She told of how muslim soldiers/ "police" broke into their house one day, beat her father in her presence and took him away. She stated she did not at that time know if he ws in prison or dead. Her older brother was murdered. She, her mother, and older sister were raped and as their assaults took place the men were shouting Praise Allah and told them they were now "purified to Allah" .

    So how can anyone say these are peaceful people with peaceable motives and beliefs as promoted by them so widely?

    I leave you with the little 11 yr old girl's own words. "Thank you for your prayers and we pray for you because you do not know what is coming for you. We are made strong. You are not strong. May you be strong in the Lord. and He bless you always"
    I urge you to wake up America and yes may He make us strong and bless us always as the nation He intended us to be.
    I believe He gives you that choice this coming election day. America and/or love God ---take it..
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  • snickle... snickle... 2012/09/11 07:59:40
    snicklefritz
    +2
    meant to say at the end If you love America and or love God take it (the choice) to vote Obama out.
  • True 2011/04/20 17:52:43
    True
    +4
    If we begin to watch what made america in iraq ,afganistan, and russia in chechnya, than you will say it is just a play.We saw here died only one person,but america killed thousands and thousand ; children,women....., and russia killed new babes in hospitals.Nobody speaks about it
  • pirmardtanhabadan 2011/03/22 13:15:52
    pirmardtanhabadan
    +3
    Moslem people say the best Religion is Islam but this video tells the truth proving that Islam is Wrong ........
  • RichardG.Trumps 2010/09/05 03:57:12
    RichardG.Trumps
    +2
    Wake up America!!! The Trojan Horse is inside our gates, and we gladly allow it. They will take over and all our freedoms will be gone. Check the history of Islam and Sharia Law. It is a government meant to supplant our Constitution and they have stated many times, that this is their goal----no matter how long it takes. At this rate, my children and grandchildren will have to hide their Bibles, sneak to homes to worship the God of the Bible. Their history is replete with these facts. Research. WAKE UP, AMERICA!!!
  • 2140482 2010/08/22 22:01:32
    2140482
    +2
    For the last few days i have heard the news media talk about sharia law. I thought what the hell is this? Then i heard they want to impose it here. Great Britian already has it there. Small quanties that is where it starts. Please has American woman and men we must voice and fight to get these people out of here. Otherwise our grandchildren and great grandchildren will be under this barbarrick law. I do not understand the same people that killed so many Americans are still here. How crazy is that.
  • Richard... 2140482 2010/09/05 04:12:07
    RichardG.Trumps
    +3
    Sharia Law: Muslim or Islamic law, both civil and criminal justice as well as regulating individual conduct both personal and moral.
    Related Terms: Muslim Law, Muslim, Islamic Law



    The custom-based body of law based on the Koran and the religion of Islam.

    Because, by definition, Muslim states are theocracies, religious texts are law, the latter distinguished by Islam and Muslims in their application, as Sharia or Sharia law.

    The sacred law of Islam; Islamic law and also referred to as Muslim law.

    So thorough is the integration of the justice system and Church under Sharia law that Sharia courts are essentially religious courts; judges are usually local church (Mosque) officials.

    Also spelled Shariah or Shari’ah and, in the USA, Shari’a. Because of the religious origin of the word, some prefer to capitalize it and others not.

    The word “sharia” means “the path” or “the path to water”.

    Sharia as a source of law, is, by definition, arbitrary and discretionary - some would prefer to describe it as flexible.

    The Oxford Dictionary of Islam proposes a distinction between sharia and fiqh as follows:

    "Whereas shariah is immutable and infallible, fiqhis fallible and changeable."
    Opportunistic jurists will defer to the distinction only when convenient; to propose that an unfavourable tenet of Islami...














































































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    Sharia Law: Muslim or Islamic law, both civil and criminal justice as well as regulating individual conduct both personal and moral.
    Related Terms: Muslim Law, Muslim, Islamic Law



    The custom-based body of law based on the Koran and the religion of Islam.

    Because, by definition, Muslim states are theocracies, religious texts are law, the latter distinguished by Islam and Muslims in their application, as Sharia or Sharia law.

    The sacred law of Islam; Islamic law and also referred to as Muslim law.

    So thorough is the integration of the justice system and Church under Sharia law that Sharia courts are essentially religious courts; judges are usually local church (Mosque) officials.

    Also spelled Shariah or Shari’ah and, in the USA, Shari’a. Because of the religious origin of the word, some prefer to capitalize it and others not.

    The word “sharia” means “the path” or “the path to water”.

    Sharia as a source of law, is, by definition, arbitrary and discretionary - some would prefer to describe it as flexible.

    The Oxford Dictionary of Islam proposes a distinction between sharia and fiqh as follows:

    "Whereas shariah is immutable and infallible, fiqhis fallible and changeable."
    Opportunistic jurists will defer to the distinction only when convenient; to propose that an unfavourable tenet of Islamic law is mere fiqh and must cede to a more favourable tenet issue from shariah.

    But that distinction - which limits sharia to the divinely provided law, and fiqh to the interpretation of sharia - is not universally followed. Many sources refer to fiqh as synonymous to shariah.

    As an example of the scope of confusion, note that the English language Oxford Dictionary of Islam is of no assistance, defining shariah using a deep Muslim tone:

    "Shariah: God's eternal and immutable will for humanity as expressed in the Quran and Muhammad's example. "
    Sharia law - Islamic law involves not only tortuous and mostly literal interpretations of ancient Muslim traditions and Arab tribal customs, and of a religious book written in about 632 (theKoran) which took - but also modified - many of those customs.

    To that mix, there have been several subsequent religious texts and schools of thought (such as the Sunna), which is itself an interpretation of the Koran.

    Even more: to this is added a plethora of alleged sayings of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (530-632) and his successors.

    Each of the approximately 50 Islamic states and countries that have, to varying degrees, Sharia law, has applied layers of doctrine upon the original religious texts resulting in a multitude of different interpretations and different legal results.

    In The Legal Companion (2005), author V. Powell writes:

    “Muslim countries enforce the Sharia to different extents.

    "Iran and Saudi Arabia apply it to all areas of life....

    "The Sharia is also interpreted differently within different branches of Islam.”

    Further, in the context of Sharia law practitioners or courts which operate outside of Muslim or Islamic states but within other jurisdictions, the practice of Sharia law is consistently represented as flexible and reconciliatory in nature; a far cry from the protestations of Muslim jurists in states which are primarily Muslim.

    Some countries, such as Tunisia, have hybrid systems, rejecting Sharia law in most instances yet relying it in others, such as in the area of divorce and family law, inheritance, contracts and banking.

    To some Sharia jurists, the Sharia applies only to Muslims and does not technically apply to non-Muslims such as Christians (eg. Malaysia and Indonesia as of 2008). In other jurisdictions, such as Sudan (as of 2008), the application of the Shari law to non-Muslims – with all the attendant punishments - is considered unfair and unjust.

    Thus, it is difficult to speak of Sharia as a distinct or cohesive body of law.

    One consistent feature is that, by design of the Islam prophet Muhammad, and his Koran, Islamic or Sharia law reaches far deeper into the control of the personal and moral life of the people who are bound to it than, for example, those jurisdictions governed by civil law or common law systems.

    For example, in Sharia law, it is forbidden for post-pubescent women to expose their faces in public.

    The use of alcohol and the consumption of pork are prohibited.

    Because the governments are often theocratic, any criticism of the government is taken as blasphemy, for which the Sharia prescribes prison or death.

    Sharia law is often taken to task by common law or civil law jurisdictions for the perceived cruelty and gender-bias of its content. For example, this extract from a 2006 article published in the international law review of Loyola Law School at Los Angeles:

    “In 2002, a Nigerian Sharia court sentenced Amina Lawal to be stoned to death for having a child out of wedlock; in contrast, the man named as the father denied responsibility, and as a result, the court dropped charges against him.

    “In another case, teenager Bariya Magazu asserted that she was raped by three men and became pregnant as a result. Because she had sex outside of marriage, a Sharia court sentenced her to one hundred lashes, even though seven people corroborated her story. The men accused of the rape received no punishment.

    “The extreme bias against women is apparent in sentences of adultery or fornication under Sharia. A woman is convicted simply by becoming pregnant, but a man is not condemned unless four people can testify that they witnessed the normally private acts of adultery or fornication.

    “Countries such as Nigeria impose flogging, stoning, or severing off a hand ... all of which are deterrent punishments for serious crimes mentioned in the (Koran).”
    Some other common features of Sharia law, some taken from the Koran, some from subsequent legal texts:

    While in public, women must cover their faces with a Hijab.
    Men can have up to four wives and can divorce (called talaq) at their option. If they do not divorce their first wife but just abandon her, she is obliged to carry on as a married woman and cannot seek out another spouse without risking the traditional punishment for adultery: stoning. Stoning is done in public by first wrapping a person in a blanket and burying them in a deep hole exposing their head and the population gathered around is invited to throw large stones at the adulterer, the size of which Sharia law prescribes, and a sentence always fatal.
    The penalty after a fourth conviction of a homosexual act is death.
    Adoption is not allowed. Adults can become guardians of the children of others but not the legal parents through adoption.
    Sharia law prohibits dating and marriage between a Muslim and a non-Muslim and it is practically impossible for a Muslim (even a recent convert) to renounce the Muslim faith.
    Any abandonment of the Muslim faith is itself a serious crime (apostasy) with severe punishment.
    Sharia law has a stringent evidentiary requirement for eye witnesses, preferably from men. Convictions for crimes cannot be based on circumstantial evidence alone.
    Vagrancy can carry tough penalties such as jail and caning.
    Generally, a person alleged to have violated Sharia laws in the states governed by them would not be pursued, or apprehended, in states not governed by Sharia laws.
    Many states which implement Sharia law have blasphemy statutes which punishes by prison or death any person who such as preaching Christianity or the distribution of Christian items.
    Adherents of Sharia law believe it to be divinely inspired; as the word of God (Allah).

    Muslims or adherents of the Muslim faith, often resent the portrayal of Sharia as medieval. If a statement of law is set out their great book, the Koran, that, to them, is a full response.

    Muslims point to “social problems” they say are endemic to countries with other systems of law (such as tolerance of non-traditional sexual orientation, personal crime and divorce rates) and add that the invasive and deterrent features of Sharia law are merited as this arrests those "problems" and thus frees the people and society to attain their true potential, as God aspires.

    As with most theocracies, Sharia law is difficult if not impossible to reconcile with the fundamental principles of democracy. One of the features of Sharia is that, in theory, it is invariable and stable. Democratic principles such as political pluralism and the constant tug towards expanding individual freedoms are incompatible with Sharia.

    In Refash Party v Turkey, the European Court of Human Rights adopted these words:

    “It is difficult to declare one’s respect for democracy and human rights while at the same time supporting a regime based on sharia, which clearly diverges from values (of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms), particularly with regard to its criminal law and criminal procedure, its rules on the legal status of women and the way it intervenes in all spheres of private and public life in accordance with religious precepts....

    "In the Court’s view, a political party whose actions seem to be aimed at introducing Sharia in a State party to the Convention can hardly be regarded as an association complying with the democratic ideal that underlies the whole of the Convention.”
    REFERENCES:

    BBC News, October 27, 2008, Somali Woman Executed by Stoning, published at www.news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/afric... and Nigerian Man Jailed for Idleness, October 17, 2008, published at www.news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/afric...
    Duhaime, Lloyd, Legal Definition of Theocracy and Legal Definition of Jihad
    Esposito, John, Editor, The Oxford Dictionary of Islam (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).
    Powell, V., The Legal Companion (London: Think Publishing, 2005), pages 126-127.
    Provins, Marie, Constructing an Islamic Institute of Civil Justice that Encourages Women’s Rights, published in Loyola Los Angeles Law School International & Comparative Law Review, Volume 27, 2006, page 515, published at www.ilr.lls.edu/issues/27/
    Re ABM 2002 Revue Juridique du Québec 1161
    Refash Party v Turkey 2003 ECHR 87, published at www.bailii.org/eu/cases/ECHR/...
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  • ronbo 2010/05/31 15:24:23
    ronbo
    +1
    The religion of peace in action. This is what Europe has welcomed with open arms ?And they try to gain a foothold in American society as well.
  • wtw 2010/05/31 00:42:52
    wtw
    +1
    Very sad commentary on Obama and others that want peace with this unjust religion. They don't need peace because they know no peace. They don't deserve peace because they give no peace. We must fight for the rights of the muslim people from their oppressors--the teachers of Islam!
  • technotrucker 2010/05/30 23:58:29
    technotrucker
    +3
    Let's all welcome our newest neighbors, the muslims into our local neighborhoods. They are under orders to have no less than 8 children per family, so they can populate the Christian faith out of existence. Nice plan, nice people. I know you all want them as your next door neighbor. 0bammie invites and welcomes them at every turn. We should all be so proud of the resident in thief.
    peace
  • wtw technot... 2010/05/31 00:43:46
    wtw
    +1
    Well said!
  • technot... wtw 2010/05/31 00:45:54
    technotrucker
    +1
    ;o)
    peace
  • amaterasu 2010/05/30 20:04:04
    amaterasu
    +2
    Insanity is rampant in the minds of those who have been brainwashed with the unequivocal epitome of the true religious extremities of which Islam is.

    For those who believe some Christian religions are extreme, that may be true, though none will tell anyone to behead, or stone a woman or man...at least not the literature I have read....at least in recent history, with the exception of perhaps the idiocy of the Salem Witch stupidity.....

    Sharia law is pure and simply insanity, period.

    Watch your back is a good way to be around some of these people....though I hesitate at the definition of people in their respect.

    Offended? Reassessment of a thought process may be in order, as some of these people want to kill all of the so called infidels......Reality is not always beautiful, or innocent.

    Love is.
  • Steford doesn't follow 2010/05/30 12:43:10
    Steford doesn't follow
    +2
    I guess they NEVER heard "he who not sinned, cast the first stone?" THESE are WONDERFUL,PEACE LOVING PEOPLE?
  • mustangluver 2010/05/26 16:50:51
    mustangluver
    +1
    Pray tell...these are BOs ppl.. make no mistake. If we are not careful..if we do not get BO and all the dems out...we are all but doomed..make no mistake. The ones that denounce this should once and for all come out and fight it..but there are an extreme few that do so it will never happen.
  • LeroyRogers 2010/05/26 00:03:13
    LeroyRogers
    +2
    Islam-get beheaded for having a Playboy, but it's okay to molest little girls. If Islam truly is a religion of peace, why don't the so-called "peaceful" Muslims come out and denounce the extremists?
  • Conservative Craig 2010/05/25 16:38:00
    Conservative Craig
    +2
    Savages wil ALWAYS be savages. This is the reason they need a nuclear bomb special delivery care of those that condemn those actions supported by those savage beliefs.
  • wow-really 2010/05/25 15:10:35
    wow-really
    +2
    oh, but alas, we fight wars to protect their sharia laws.

    Torturing others in the name of a man-made religious rituals, has NOTHING to do with God! regardless of what He may be called (ALLAH, YAWEH, so on)

    If people care so much about human rights, why do we,they, continue to tolerate it, turn a blind-eye to it, and act as if it's all good?

    God have mercy.
  • Rayne 2010/05/25 00:14:38
    Rayne
    +2
    Even Though I Have Seen These Things Before, It Still Leaves Goosebumps On My Skin. It Is Cruel, But, It Happens Everywhere. We As People Have No Right To Stop It. It Has Been Happening And Will Continue To Happen. It Is Their Rules. Their Principles. Even If It Is Inhumane.
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