Don’t Fear Sharia Law, Fear Tim Tebow

Posted: January 10, 2012 by Sam Saber in political, society, sociology

Tim Tebow, a religious sports figure, who kneels in prayer before, during and after games. Mr. Tebow is obviously a man of prayer and a faithful Christian. He seems like a honest man and  I admire him for his ardent beliefs. Some people even refer to his pre and post game prayer on one knee as, “Tebowing”. Provocative maybe, but definitely not harmful.

In a recent football game Tebow wore eye black with a biblical reference on it. This is such a grievous offence, it is now banned in both the NCAA and the NFL. However if a father kills his daughter because she had sex before she was married, this is acceptable, even required under Sharia law.

Anti-Shariah legislation fosters a hostile environment that will stymie the growth of America’s tolerant strand of Islam. The continuation of America’s pluralistic religious tradition depends on the ability to distinguish between punishing groups that support terror and blaming terrorist activities on a faith that represents roughly a quarter of the world’s population – as reported in the  –

Bull, I could care less what your religion preaches, I do not want to be governed by it. Sharia is disturbing, primitive and should be banned worldwide.

Sharia law is finding a foothold in America, as recent as last year, a Denver  federal appeals court heard arguments regarding the use of Sharia law in state court. After blocking a 2010 ballot initiative forbidding courts from considering Islamic laws in the their decisions. Upon rejection the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The group argued the measure violates the Establishment Clause of the Constitution forbidding the government from favoring one religion over another. Since when did our civil law have anything to do with religious laws. The Constitution provides protection to practice your faith not impose its laws. Once a government opens its doors to Islamic law, that door will be hard to close, and eventually, the only thing missing will be a parallel Islamic government. Muslims believe sharia is God’s law, Christians believe the scriptures are God’s law. Potato, potahto. Civilized people believe in moral law. Religion should be spiritual and personal not imposed.

The possibility that Muslim-only towns and urban enclaves could be created in the U.S. seems unimaginable to most Americans, but it already is a reality.  Just travel 150 mile northwest of New York City to the woods of the western Catskills, and you will find Islamberg, a private Muslim community founded in 1980 by Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani

2002-AUG-25: Nigeria: he Upper Sharia court in the northern state of Niger has sentenced two people to be stoned to death. Ahmadu Ibrahim, 32, and his lover Fatima Usman had confessed to pre-marital sex.

Stoning, is a form of capital punishment whereby a group throws stones at a person until the person dies. Are you kidding me. It is hard to believe that it is the 21 century. Oh, remember watch out for those crazy football players with those evil eye black messages. Just don’ t look directly into their eyes. Not to make light of something so devastating, but the fact that there are people who accept this is even more disturbing.


The Case for Banning Sharia Law in America

  1. Sam Saber says:

    I am starting a new religion. I will partition the US justice to accept my gods word as law. The word of my god states that anyone who practices Sharia Law shall be put to death. Don’t get up set it a religious law, so it is OK.

  2. Anonymous says:

    i agree people today are out of their minds. but i bet there are some husbands that like the idea of offing the wives, but killing your own daughter who are these people? I will gladly convert to your new religion those who support Sharia Law are the ones that need to be murdered

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