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Shariah Law vs. Constitutional Law

Reader comment on item: Oklahomans Say No to Sharia

Submitted by NuritG (United States), Nov 16, 2010 at 23:09

No one in the United States, but the American people, have the right to agree to use any law other than the US Constitutional law.

Therefore, Oklahoma's stance to practice Constitutional law, as their state only law and reject Islamic Shariah law, is correct, legal and wise.

At present, using Shariah law in our country is illegal as the American people have not agreed to its implementation and use.

More so, Shariah law is in total contradiction to the American Constitution and the laws of this blessed land.

And, why will anyone, sane, want to apply a 7th century backward set of laws when the United States constitution is superb, an up-to-date document on which this country was founded, and it serves the freedoms and liberties of the people.

Go, Oklahomans! All states needs to follow your mindset and action.

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