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Islam vs. the U.S.Constitution

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Submitted by Faultline USA (United States), Dec 26, 2007 at 13:18

Here it is almost 2008 and still nobody wants to ask this question?

"Does our American Constitution, which offers blanket and unquestioning protection of religious freedom, create the very means by which the destruction of American sovereignty can be accomplished? . . .

(1) When a government fails to define what constitutes a religion it conveys a message to all that any ideology can pass for religion, and that freedom of religious expression supersedes all other freedoms and overrules all duties of government – specifically the primary duty of government to protect its citizens from harm.

(2) When a government fails to define what constitutes a religion, any ideology with intent to destroy the very constitutional protections it enjoys can hide in plain view while actively undermining the very system of government that gives it protection."

Source: Why America Must define Religion

http://faultlineusa.blogspot.com/2007/10/why-america-must-define-religion.html

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