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Wyoming legislation targets sharia, international law

Posted by avideditor on January 22, 2011

Another state proposing a pre-emptive strike against Islamic sharia law:

state Rep. Gerald Gay, R-Casper, said his proposed constitutional amendment, House Joint Resolution 8, is meant as a “pre-emptive strike” to ensure judges don’t rely on Shariah in cases involving, for example, arranged marriages, “honor killings” or usury cases.

Due to a copyright statement, this is all we’re posting out of precaution, but it’s all you really need to know. Except for the part where the Billings Gazette claims there have been no court rulings based on sharia law, despite a November 2008 post, Muslim inmates at Wyoming prison force sharia accommodations, based off a Gazette report:

The Wyoming Department of Corrections says it will allow Muslim inmates at the state penitentiary in Rawlins to time their meals to accommodate their daily prayers.
U.S. District Judge Clarence Brimmer approved an agreement on Wednesday that allows prisoners receiving religious meals to keep their meals in their cells until the next meal is served. It also requires the prison to install a new microwave for inmates that won’t be used for pork, which is forbidden to Muslims and members of some other religions.

Know thyself and know sharia.
Expect a certain terror-linked Muslim group to threaten their legal jihad and whine about islamophobia while dhimmi’s on all sides support the sharia-pushers and make snide remarks about Wyoming and Gay.
Like they are doing about a similar proposal in Texas.

From

http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2011/01/22/wyoming-legislation-targets-sharia-international-law/

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