Monday, May 7, 2012

Sharia Law in Canada

May 7, 2012

Sharia Law is advancing in Canada at both provincial and local levels. The provincial governments of Canada for years have tacitly recognized Sharia law for Canada’s Muslim minority by sending multiple welfare checks to polygamous Muslim men who raise multiple families in Canada. In 2003, Muslims in Ontario, the immigrant-rich province of Canada, attempted to […]

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Sharia Law in Canada: Honor Killing Mom Gets off: Daughter Strangled by Mom, No Time in Prison

May 7, 2012

Aset Magomadova leaves Calgary court Thursday July 15, 2010, after a judge sentenced the city woman to a three-year term of probation for strangling her promiscuous, 14-year-old daughter. Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Sal LoVecchio said a non-custodial punishment would be sufficient forMagomadova’s killing of daughter Aminat. (Photo by JIM WELLS/Calgary Sun) Sharia law in […]

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France’s ban on the Islamic veil has little to do with female emancipation

May 7, 2012

By Joan Wallach Scott A focus on women’s rights is being used to justify intervention in religious and public life that would otherwise be unacceptable Outlawing the wearing of the veil in public is part of a campaign to protect ‘true Frenchness’ and capture the xenophobic vote. Photograph: Fred De Noyelle/Corbis If there were any […]

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SPAIN: CATALONIA, ISLAMIC MORAL BRIGADES IMPOSE SHARIA LAW

May 7, 2012

The reported capturing of a Muslim women in Reus (Tarragona) and the issuing of a stoning sentence for adultery by religious fanatics are a gauge of a phenomenon that has already appeared in Holland and France, and which is now taking root in Catalonia: the creation of Islamic “moral brigades” by fundamentalists, who claim the […]

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Dewsbury, Bradford and Tower Hamlets … where Islamic extremists want to establish independent states with sharia law

May 7, 2012

Medieval ’emirates’ would operate outside British rule Islamic extremists have called on British Muslims to establish three independent states within the UK. The notorious Muslims Against the Crusades (MAC) group have named Yorkshire towns Bradford and Dewsbury and Tower Hamlets in East London as testbeds for blanket sharia rule. The medieval ’emirates’ would operate entirely […]

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The Role of Islamic Law in German Courts

May 7, 2012

Chancellor Angela Merkel recently said that Islamic law has no place in Germany. But she was wrong: German courts have long used elements of Shariah in some verdicts. It is an “expression of globalization,” says one legal expert. A critical stance against Islam and Germany’s Muslim population, it would seem, is an easy way to […]

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Sharia law at work in Australia

May 7, 2012

SHARIA law has become a shadow legal system within Australia, endorsing polygamous and underage marriages that are outlawed under the Marriage Act. A system of “legal pluralism” based on sharia law “abounds” in Australia, according to new research by legal academics Ann Black and Kerrie Sadiq. They have found that Australian Muslims have long been […]

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Islamic Group Demands Partial Islamic Sharia Law in Sweden

May 7, 2012

Before the last elections in 2006, Sweden’s Muslim Union (Sveriges Muslimska Förbund)—with some 70,000 members—sent out a request to all the Swedish party leaders, demanding that the Muslims in Sweden should be exempt from some Swedish legislation in respect to family law and instead answer to their own laws of Islam. Leader of the Social […]

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July, 2010 Krauthammer Bashes Obama’s Infantile NASA Muslim Outreach Program

May 7, 2012

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July 2010 NASA administrator: Muslim outreach a top priority

May 7, 2012

Recent comments by NASA administrator Charles Bolden about Muslim outreach have become fodder for conservative bloggers and left some space buffs wondering about NASA’s mission. “When I became the NASA administrator, [President Obama] charged me with three things,” Bolden said in an interview with Al-Jazeera. “One, he wanted me to help re-inspire children to want […]

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Infographic: Americans Fleeing the Job Market

May 7, 2012

On Friday, Americans woke up to the news that the labor market in April 2012 continued its plodding path of mediocrity. A mere 115,000 jobs were added and the unemployment rate remained above 8 percent. But one of the most troubling indicators of the economy’s poor climate is the declining labor force participation rate — […]

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Obama negotiating with terrorists ‘inevitable’?

May 7, 2012

Ex-ambassador John Bolton fears what reelected president will do if ‘freed from facing voters’ U.S. talks with Hamas are “almost inevitable” if President Obama is reelected, John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, declared in a radio interview today. “I think that’s almost inevitable,” Bolton told Aaron Klein on his WABC Radio show […]

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Mitt Romney Will Do Just Fine, Thank-You

May 7, 2012

By J.R. Dunn The upcoming election will be one of the simplest of our lifetimes. It is defined by one axiom: Obama must be defeated. I’m not one of that crew, sincere but overwrought, who see Barack Obama as some kind of period to the American story, as a native Anti-Christ by way of Alinsky […]

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The Chicago Way: Justice for Sale at Holder’s DOJ

May 7, 2012

by Wynton Hall In an explosive Newsweek article set to rock official Washington, reporter Peter Boyer and Breitbart contributing editor and Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer reveal how Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice are operating under a “justice for sale” strategy by forgoing criminal prosecution of Wall Street executives at […]

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The Senate’s Role in Treaties

May 7, 2012

The Constitution provides that the president “shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur” (Article II, section 2). The Constitution’s framers gave the Senate a share of the treaty power in order to give the president the benefit of the […]

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Number of PhDs receiving federal aid more than tripled from 2007 to 2010

May 7, 2012

Higher education is meant to be the path to success, but that conventional wisdom may not be entirely true. According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, between 2007 and 2010, the percentage of people with a graduate degree who were on food stamps or were receiving another kind of federal aid more than doubled, reaching […]

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