By Mano Bakh
Imam Ahmed Dewidar and Imam Mohammed Dewidar
The six-story building on East 55th street was purchased by the Islamic Society in 1999. The Bank of Kuwait was the creditor of the loan. At present time they owe only $1.7 million to the bank. Two people are donating $500K each and they have cash of $200K and are asking donations to cover the $500K balance. On every floor of this building there were at least four donation boxes next to the elevator and inside the rooms. Continue reading
Apparently he believed that the “Sharia” Islamic law is the only way to bring peace and stability to the Muslim World. An evil is gone….
Separating Islamic Law, Shariah, from the spiritual side of Islam
Islam in America with no Islamic Law (Shariah).
It is time to expose the moderate Muslim. Will the Moderate Muslim be willing to eliminate aggregious seventh century Islamic Law “Shariah” from the spiritual side of Islam?
It is also time to take a role call on this subject and hold all moderate Muslims accountable. If these moderates wish to practice only the spiritual side of Islam and desire to assimilate into the American culture, reform is mandatory, let it begin!!!
It is time to separate the spiritual side of Islam from Islamic Laws, Shariah.
We support freedom of religion but not the barbaric laws incorporated in
Islam that supersedes the United States Constitution.
This signed petition, when completed, will be sent to every Congressmen, Senator and Governor in the United States of America.
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By Christopher Holton
Vice President, Center for Security PolicyThere is a term which you may have seen or heard mentioned in the news, the blogosphere or on talk radio lately that you should know more about: Shariah. (Sometimes spelled Sharia or Shari’a, as well as some other variations.)
Background: What Exactly Is Shariah?
Polling done by Family Security Group back in 2008 indicated that only 3% of Americans were even aware of the term Shariah—and an even smaller percentage actually knew what it was.
So we will begin with a basic description of Shariah.
Shariah, often referred to as “Islamic Law,” is in actuality a legal doctrine based on the Quran and Hadiths (sayings and acts of Mohammed), but one which goes far beyond what Westerners would regard as religious matters or routine legal matters.
Shariah covers all aspects of life, including criminal law, domestic law, statecraft and warfare (Jihad). Shariah encompasses personal ethics and legal issues, religion and state governance, this world and the afterlife. Shariah is said to enforce the will of Allah, as opposed to the will of humans. Shariah regulates belief, speech and religious practice, criminal and legal matters, and other fields including finance and war. There is no such thing as a separate secular authority or secular law under doctrinal Shariah, since religion and state are not distinct, but are one.
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Last year around this time, we posted a video titled The Dhimmi Contract along with an article titled Embracing Dhimmitude.
If you weren’t a reader then, take a moment to review the video, then read the post below from RenewAmerica.com.
By Victor Sharpe
Ask one hundred people in the United States what a dhimmi is and perhaps two or three might know. In Europe the number would be slightly higher because of latent memories of battles fought against invading Moslem armies over the span of hundreds of years.
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Tagged Creeping Sharia, dhimmi, islam, Life, Media, Muslim, News, Pay or die, Politics, Religion, second class citizen, Sharia, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: Creeping Sharia, terrorism, travel
By Patrick Goodenough, International Editor
by Dangers of Allah
Pedestrians walk past the 19th century building on Park Place in Manhattan where Muslims plan to build a mosque and cultural center. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)
Editorial, Arab News, Saudi Arabia, August 16, 2010:
Unfortunately there are people who think mosques are breeding grounds for terrorism. No matter what Muslims do or say and how much they condemn terrorism, they are still all guilty in the eyes of many. The anti-mosque people were probably anti-Muslim before 9/11.