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by Jane Bate and Bryan Hermansdorfer, ©2020

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(Sep. 12, 2020) — In our first five installments of Incremental Islam, we have demonstrated the harsh dissonances between sharia (Islamic law) and the U.S. Constitution. To recap:

The First Amendment contrasts strongly with sharia’s blasphemy laws and the death for apostasy rule;

The Second amendment stands in stark contrast to sharia’s allowance of weapons for only Muslims;

Though our Eighth Amendment guarantees freedom from “cruel and unusual punishments,” Islam calls for beheadings, stonings, amputations and the like;

And, while our Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery and the Fourteenth Amendment guaranteed equality under the law, Islamic law permits slavery and lack of equality between: Muslims and non-Muslims; men and women; homosexuals and straight; and apostates and practicing Muslims.

Additionally, since crippling pressure is put on Muslims to place sharia above any manmade system of laws, they will be obligated to vote in such a way as to direct our government towards sharia. So, no matter how westernized and kind they may seem, to put any Muslim in office spells huge trouble for our democratic republic.

In CT and many other states, we do have Muslims holding office, and still others running for positions. The problem is not their “religion,” but rather their political beliefs, all of which flow from the overarching goal of Islam, which is to establish a global caliphate ruled by sharia, where human rights and all sense of equality are, under sharia, ‘legally’ abandoned.

Please share our Incremental Islam columns, as well as these great resources: Islamic Doctrine versus the U.S. Constitution by Stephen Kirby, Sharia Law for Non-Muslims by Bill Warner, and the Reliance of the Traveller.

In these final weeks leading up to the 2020 election, please educate friends and volunteer for, and donate to, great candidates who reflect our founders’ principles. And please pray.

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