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  • Shariah Death threat allows Muslim woman to evade deportation

    Three 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges voted this month to block U.S. removal of a Jordanian muslim woman who says a cousin in her homeland has vowed to kill her because she got pregnant out of wedlock.

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    Their unanimous ruling stated that the case record “overwhelmingly supports” her belief she would be persecuted if returned to Jordan, where she would face an honor killing or involuntary incarceration for “protective custody.”

    The decision by the Cincinnati-based court sends the case of Olga Jad Kamar, who lives in the Detroit area, back to the Board of Immigration Appeals for further review.

    Her attorney, George Mann, called the ruling “a very important step forward not just for our client, but for many similarly situated women. It is a recognition by our courts that these practices are against our values and women who are subjected to what amounts to barbarian practices deserve our protection.”

     
     

    The Justice Department didn’t respond immediately to a request for comment. Immigration authorities had rejected Kamar’s appeal in 2016.

    Kamar, born in Lebanon in 1964 but a Jordan-raised citizen, lost her visiting student status in the United States when she left school, court records show. She was married and had three sons; she divorced and then became pregnant in 2007 before marrying the father.

    She and her sister testified in federal immigration proceedings that a first cousin has said it his holy mission to cleanse the family name and restore honor by killing her, following local tribal traditions.

    “You understand what the punishment is for a girl like you who brings shame upon your family,” she quoted a letter from her cousin as saying.

    The Associated Press reported this year in Amman, Jordan, that Jordan’s main criminal court dealt with nine slayings of women in 2015 that were labeled “honor crimes” and eight more honor killing cases in 2016. Even rape victims have been “punished” in honor crimes, and some Jordanian laws have allowed lenient treatment of those who kill or assault female relatives.

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  • France should introduce Sharia law and create a Muslim state to avoid civil war says professor

    A French academic has suggested creating a Muslim state within France in order to prevent a civil war.

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    Professor Christian de Moliner claims that a second society has formed in France, which he described as: “A branch that wants to settle their lives on religious values and is fundamentally opposed to the liberal consensus on which our country was founded.

    “We can never convert the 30% of Muslims who demand the introduction of sharia law to the merits of our democracy and secularism.

    “We are now allowing segregation to take place that does not say its name. Rather than veil the face or adopt unimaginable measures in democracy (remigration, forced evictions of the most radical), why not establish a dual system of law in France?”

    De Moliner writes that Emmanuel Macron winning the Presidential election will not make the problems disappear, it will only kick the can down the road.

    “We will never be able to eradicate the radical Islamism,” he says, adding: “While we are not yet at open war, the faithful of the Prophet are already regrouping in areas sometimes governed by special rules.”

    The academic’s ‘solution’ is to create a “state inspired by colonial Algeria and Mayotte of the twentieth century: one territory, one government, but two peoples: the French with the usual laws and Muslims with Qur’anic status (but only for those who choose it).”

    “The latter will have the right to vote unlike the natives of colonial Algeria, but they will apply Shariah in everyday life, to regulate matrimonial laws (which will legalize polygamy) and inheritance.”

    “They will no longer apply to French judges for disputes between Muslims, but to Cadis. On the other hand, conflicts between Christians and believers will remain the responsibility of ordinary courts.”

    “However, this system would involve schools or hospitals reserved for believers and therefore the creation of local committees that will manage them independently. A council of ulemas will fix the religious law, but the autonomy will stop there.”

    “It is obviously out of the question that an embryonic Muslim government is settling in France.”

    “This system worked without too many problems from 1890 to 1940 in Algeria.”

    It’s sad that this is now openly being regarded as a solution to Europes Islamism problem…

  • Enraged Muslims Murder Girl Of 6 After Christian Parents Miss Debt Payment

    Christian family forced to watch murder of six year old daughter

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    Fri 08 Dec 2017
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    A Christian family in Pakistan say they were forced to watch in horror as their child was shot in front of them after they failed to pay a debt.

    Waris and Reena Masih from Faisalabad borrowed 40,000 rupees from a local lender to pay for home repairs and the arrival of their baby daughter.

    When they were unable to keep up with the interest payments, a gunman reportedly visited their home.

    It's claimed he started firing at Waris from afar but ended up hitting daughter Myra, aged six, in the head and the shin.

    Masih says after rushing to seek medical treatment, he was turned away by one hospital and it was too late by the time they arrived at the second.

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    Speaking about her loss, Reena said: "I cannot express the pain. I feel deeply depressed and find it hard to carry on. I feel as if I have failed my daughter.

    "It is my responsibility to my remaining children and my husband that keeps me going and the knowledge that God is now caring for my daughter in heaven where one day I will see her again and ask her to forgive me.

    "I will cry and mourn my daughter every day till the day I am reunited - she will never be forgotten."

    Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA), said: "Living in Pakistan as a Christian is in most cases a gruesome ordeal, you live life on the margins, are severely discriminated against and persecution is only around the corner.

    "Incidents like this gory tale of a young child being murdered to compensate for a missed payment on a loan shark agreement, are sadly common-place. Worse still such crimes rarely result in a prosecution as perpetrators without any compunction, are able to buy themselves out of justice using the Qisas and Diyat laws to avert proper punishment.

    The BPCA has provided funds for a funeral while it is looking to provide legal assistance in an attempt to bring about justice.

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  • Fear, Anger & Riots Ahead If New EU Ruling Makes Sharia Superior To Civil Law

    Can Islamic religious sharia law override a country's domestic law in Europe? That's a question the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights is weighing.

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    The Court heard a case this week that involves applying sharia law to a disagreement between citizens of Greece who are Muslims.

    The non-profit organization based in London, Christian Concern, intervened in the case, "because of the importance of the case in European law and its implications for countries across Europe, including the UK," according to a news release from the organization.

    "We intervened in the case in order to make clear that sharia law is fundamentally incompatible with human rights," wrote Tim Dieppe, head of public policy of Christian Concern, on the organization's website. "We hope and pray that the judges will see this and act accordingly."

    Christian Concern describes sharia law as "discriminatory" and says its intervention in this case brings to light different problems stemming from the use of sharia law in the UK.

    Dieppe said an estimated 85 sharia courts operate in the UK.

    "The use of Sharia has led to the promotion of parallel societies within the United Kingdom," he told CBN News in a statement. "Sharia itself has disproportionately (a)ffected women and gives no legal rights to non-Muslims."

    "The United Kingdom has also become the European hub for Islamic finance," he continued. "Any Grand Chamber ruling promoting the use of Sharia would only further give weight to the growing segregation of the Muslim community in England and its disassociation with democratic and British values."

    The case, Molla Sali v. Greece, deals with a dispute over an inheritance. After her husband died, Sali inherited his entire estate under his will written according to Greek law.