Skip to comments.Khan-Flict: Freedom Fighter Son, Sharia Supremacist Father
Posted on 08/02/2016 1:24:31 PM PDT by drewh
Khizr Khan wrote that any writings on judicial matters must always be subordinated to the Shariah and open to reconsideration by all Muslims. From The Daily Caller:
Khizr Khan, the Muslim father of a slain American soldier, is an attorney who has previously written in a law journal about Islamic law. He specifically wrote about the purity of the Quran and the Sunnah over all other texts and interpretations.
Khan rose to fame after speaking at the Democratic National Convention Thursday and pulling out a pocket U.S. Constitution imploring if Donald Trump had even read it.
Khan wrote Juristic Classification Of Islamic Law in the Houston Journal of International Law in 1983. In it he breaks down different levels of Islamic law. Khan writes that the Quran and the Sunnah which were both directly created by the Muslim prophet Muhammad were the only sources in Muhammads lifetime that were recognized as binding.
The Shariah-was completed during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammed, in the Quran and Sunnah. This brings up an important fact which is generally overlooked, that the invariable and basic rules of Islamic Law are only those prescribed in the Shariah (Quran and Sunnah), which are few and limited, Khan continues to write. All other juridical works which have been written during more than thirteen centuries are very rich and indispensable, but they must always be subordinated to the Shariah and open to reconsideration by all Muslims.
A little at a time.
The author of the linked article disagrees with you.
Maybe he should actually read Khan’s paper.
So that pocket Constitution that he told Trump to read was nothing more than a lie and a prop and yet crickets from the MSM.
Does sharia supersede the Constitution?... should be the first question asked any muslim on TV or anywhere else for that matter.
Khan-Flict? More like a Khan-Job.
Wonder if this Khan related to London mayor Sadiq Khan
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