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Post subject: Protect constitutional rights - Please sign petition
Post Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 3:44 am
Protect your constitutional rights. Sign Ohio’s petition for American Laws for American Courts: http://www.actforamerica.org/ohio
Read why this law is needed here: http://americanlawsforamericancourts.com/faqs/
For example, Sharia Law has been used in 146 cases total across US…27 of these Sharia compliant. It has been used 8 times in Ohio courts.
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Post subject: Re: Protect constitutional rights - Please sign petition
Post Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 6:23 pm
Can you explain what you mean by "Sharia Law has been used in 146 cases total across US…27 of these Sharia compliant. It has been used 8 times in Ohio courts"?
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Post subject: Re: Protect constitutional rights - Please sign petition
Post Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:33 pm
I got half a dollar says ProtectOhio won't be back, KK.

"I have decided not to vote, speak in public, assemble in groups or petition my government either directly or by writing to the newspapers.

Some ignorant person may become alarmed, and we can't have that.''

--CAR15A2, 3/31/09
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Post subject: Re: Protect constitutional rights - Please sign petition
Post Posted: Sat Jan 21, 2017 3:49 am
ProtectOhio:

Not to argue with Brian, but Welcome Aboard if you're going to stay around. There's a sticky at http://forums.buckeyefirearms.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=10097 that you should have a look at, but it's not mandatory. It's also sleep-inducing :D....

(Brian: If I had $0.50, and the wife found out about it, she'd be over at the grocery store trying to negotiate for Aisle 7....)

Protect Ohio: I don't quite get the "Sharia used" reference in your post, but I have run into suggestions that there are areas in the US where Sharia law is considered law, and more than a few people seem to go along with that. There's a lot of stuff in there that is worth a read, though. Big difference, though, between reading it and being forced to obey it without your own input. I have a feeling that's what you're against - you don't want to wake up some morning and find out that some Imam has replaced the Constitution....

Regards,

Stu

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Post subject: Re: Protect constitutional rights - Please sign petition
Post Posted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:12 am
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ProtectOhio:

Not to argue with Brian, but Welcome Aboard if you're going to stay around. There's a sticky at http://forums.buckeyefirearms.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=10097 that you should have a look at, but it's not mandatory. It's also sleep-inducing :D....

(Brian: If I had $0.50, and the wife found out about it, she'd be over at the grocery store trying to negotiate for Aisle 7....)

Protect Ohio: I don't quite get the "Sharia used" reference in your post, but I have run into suggestions that there are areas in the US where Sharia law is considered law, and more than a few people seem to go along with that. There's a lot of stuff in there that is worth a read, though. Big difference, though, between reading it and being forced to obey it without your own input. I have a feeling that's what you're against - you don't want to wake up some morning and find out that some Imam has replaced the Constitution....

Regards,


Thanks! I’ll try and read the sticky.

I mean that it has been used in American court cases (attempting to apply Shariah Law instead of American law). In the cases that were compliant (the judge ruled based on Shariah Law) the ruling often infringed constitutional rights. If you follow this link there is more of an explanation and then a pdf study detailing the court cases: http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/ ... al-system/

Other foreign laws have been used as well. Court cases can set precedent. Many of these foreign laws don’t hold the same values as those in the American constitution.
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