Religion of Peace Tries Sharia Law in Texas: This Mayor Shut Them Down FOR GOOD!

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A radical group of Muslims is not overly happy with the Mayor of Irving, Texas after she put the end to America’s first “Sharia Court.”  She promptly slammed them – then shut their asses down…

Mayor Beth Van Duyne accused mosque leaders of creating separate laws for Muslims and had the city of Irving vote to stop four “voluntary” tribunals from operating ever again.

Why don’t our national leaders have these kind of cajones?

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First of all, the court’s lawyers were unlicensed in the state of Texas, a third degree felony – but not only that – the Islamic Tribunal was unlicensed, and didn’t notify the city of their illegal court being operated in city limits.

When Mayor Van Duyne got wind of it – she promised to get to the bottom of it, and she did. And while Muslims filled the city council hearing to voice their opposition, the Mayor shot back:

“This bill does not reference Shariah, Islam or even religion. It has nothing to do with preventing any tribunal,” Van Duyne told the crowd. “Why anyone would feel this is hatred or bigotry is absolutely beyond me.”

Here’s her FACEBOOK posting–

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By their own website’s admission, if U.S. law conflicts with Sharia law, “we follow Sharia law.” It also openly admitted separate rules for men and women in their proceedings, discriminating and humiliating women which is against the U.S. Constitution. The Islamic Tribunal also openly declared that they hope [this]will “set a precedence that will be emulated and duplicated throughout the country.”

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Sharia law is repulsive and misogynistic, to say the least and have no place in civilized countries. The good Mayor Van Duyne, and the other elected officials of Irving, Texas, have done the right thing.

Just wish all our leaders had these Texas values and would stand up against it.

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