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If Naturalized Citizen of USA then they Should Abide the Laws of the USA and Constitution

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]

Submitted by Barbara Moshier (United States), Jul 16, 2009 at 23:24

Read the Oath of Allegiance to the USA . It states very plain to see that when you recite the Oath of Allegiance to the USA you Renounce Allegiance to Country of Origin, you renounce all fildelity to Prince and Potentate. READ THE WHOLE OATH FROM BEGINNING TO END> DO NOT OMIT. The Oath is based on American Constitution. Those administering the OATH MAY NOT KNOW all there is to know.In the UNITED STATES of AMERICA we Do NOT practice Sharia Law, or one of the four branches of Sharia LAW, NOT MALIKI, NOT SHAFI< NOT HANAFI, NOT the branch the Saudi Arabians practice called HANBALI. To practice Sharia law would be as I see It in direct conflict with The HOLY BIBLE, OUR CHRISTIAN OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.,DIRECT CONFLICT WITH OUR CONSTITUTION.WE do not follow ABDUL WAHHAB's WAHHABISM. So if one has studied to be an AMERICAN Nationalized.What is the problem? Would Saudi Arabia permit our BIBLES into Saudi Arabia, Would they permit AMERICANS to change their Laws. Of course there is more to say.for now GOD BLESS AMERICA USA> WE DO LOVE THIS COUNTRY.


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