Guest blogger Galileo has written an excellent assessment of Sharia law and how it can affect not just Muslims, but infidels like us. Burkasrugly
No matter how you feel about women drivers, I think you would all agree that women should have the right to drive. Not Saudi Arabia. Last week a woman was sentenced to 10 lashes for driving. Saudi Arabia is a country that still beheads people and doesn’t recognize religious freedom. Their legal system is based on Sharia (Islamic law). What does all this have to do with us? Here are some facts that should concern you.
* 80% of U.S. mosques receive funding and literature from Saudi Arabia.
* “Also of concern, and not only to Westerners, is the ultra conservative brand of Islam that the Saudis embrace and often export.” -Chicago Tribune
* In Sura 8:39 of the Koran, Muslims are commanded to fight until the only religion left is Islam.
* The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood said: “It is in the nature of Islam to dominate, not to be dominated, to impose its law on all nations and to extend its power to the entire planet.
* Muslim Cleric, Omar Bakri Mohammed stated: “We will use your democracy to destroy your democracy.
* Omar Ahmad, founder of CAIR, (Council on American-Islamic Relations) said: “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran should be the highest authority in America.”
It would be wise to research what appeasement of radical Muslims has done for Great Britain where police have literally had to flee from Muslim activists. There are places in Great Britain where police cannot go. There are communities where Sharia law has replaced British Common Law.
Here in America, our constitution provides for freedom of religion, but the truth is, Islam is not just a religion, it’s a political, judicial, legislative, economic, militaristic, subversive ideology that seeks to dominate us. This may seem too harsh for some, but our survival as a nation depends upon an objective assessment of the threats we face. Emotion-based political correctness is only serving to make us naïve and vulnerable.