From Atlas Shrugs:
Thursday, February 23, 2012
ANTI-SHARIA BILLS ADVANCE ACROSS THE COUNTRY :)
Despite the actions of embeded Muslim Brotherhood operatives in media, government and Congress, anti-sharia legislations are moving forward.
Islamic supremacists, their leftist apologists, and political plants are apoplectic, so desirous are they suppression, subjugation, racism and misogyny under the sharia. The people will prevail. Do not let up. Work those phones. Help us get these ads up across the country, oncontribute here.and radio --
ATLANTA -- Legislation that has drawn vocal opposition from religious andgroups moved toward a vote by the full House of Representatives after a committee voted along to approve it Thursday.
The measure, House Bill 242, aims to ensure that Georgia judges don't defer to Sharia law in settling and child-custody cases. Sharia is of justice used in many Muslim countries that is based on Islamic principles determined by clerics rather than secular judges or elected officials.Leftist Florida Independent reports: A Florida House judiciary committee passed a bill today that would outlaw the use of “foreign law” in family court cases. The measure, and past incarnations of it, have been touted by right-wing activists as an attempt to “stop the spread of Sharia in Florida.”The bill also happens to be a piece of model legislation written by anti-Islam leader David Yerushalmi. A similar bill was introduced last session by the same lawmakers behind this year’s version: state Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, and Rep. Larry Metz, R-Eustis. Florida has been a hotbed of anti-Islam/Sharia activism for years.SOUTH CAROLINA: Anti-sharia bills advance in South Carolina
Politico's silly liberal and Islamic apologist Ben Smith whines:
Fears about sharia law are prompting the South Carolina state Senate to action, with two measures striking out against foreign law advancing through the legislative process.
The state Senate adopted a resolution on Tuesday calling on South Carolina courts not to recognize foreign law anddoctrines in their decisions. And a second bill with the more legal force to ban foreign law out of courts cleared a subcommittee hurdle this morning. Neither law explicitly mentions sharia or Islam, but some supporters say that that is the real target of both laws.