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Is not unconstitutional to remove the image of Muhammad.

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Submitted by Kelvan Kam (United States), Oct 11, 2006 at 00:15

You can always scream that islam is the truth and you should know there's no obstacles to remove Muhammad image from the supreme court if the tyrannical majority would want to have them remove. Please remember shariah is not part of U.S. constitution and is not unconstitutional to remove muhammad image from the supreme court. The 1st amendment guaranteed the right of individuals to free speech which include the depiction prophet Muhammad or in negative or positive light.

Whatever Muhammad practiced during his time and place can never be applied in modern days civilization. Also the U.S. Constitution does advocate the freedom of religion under the concept of separation of church and state which is incompatible with the principle of Islam (Muhammad Concept of perversion).

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