Federal Judge blocks Oklahoma constitutional amendment banning judges from using Sharia Law


Well that sure didn’t take long. Less than a week after Oklahoma voters overwhelmingly (70-30) passed a ban on judges using Sharia or international law in making decisions, a single federal aristocrat in a black robe gave the amendment a thumbs down. The suit was brought by a CAIR member. CAIR is a terrorist enabling organization. As Red State pointed out back in March: FBI Reaffirms CAIR’s Terrorist Ties. Said organization was tagged as an unindicted co-conspirator in raising money to fund Hamas terrorism. The day after the November 2nd election, I posted this: Oklahoma Voters Ban Judges From Using Islamic Law, International Law. The federal judge:

…Legal experts also have questioned the measure. Joseph Thai, a professor at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Law, said the ballot measure is “an answer in search of a problem” and that there is no danger of international law or Sharia law overtaking the American legal system.

Oh really. How about a New Jersey Judge ruling that a Muslim man’s right to rape is a religious freedom? And Koran burner Derek Fenton was fired from his union job at NJ Transit?  And how about that idiot pastor in Florida that threatened to burn Korans? He’s being forced into bankruptcy: City of Gainesville FL plans to bill idiot pastor $180,000+ for talking about burning Koran. Minnesota is on its way to becoming fully Sharia-compliant…

…A view of the slippery slope can be seen across the pond where in Britain, it is now a hate crime to even WATCH the Koran getting burned. And Muslim police officers don’t have to protect Jews. I’m sure there were academics in the UK that said those things could never happen.

Read the complete article, which includes video, at theblogprof.

Update: UK’s Daily Mail, Britain’s Islam Channel rapped for advocating marital rape and calling women prostitutes. “Five programmes transmitted by the Islam Channel between May 2008 and October 2009 were found to breach broadcasting guidelines, a report by Ofcom concluded.”

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