"The important thing to take away from this, in my opinion, is that Iraq's "Islam-based" constitution should be regarded as no more troubling than the fact that our own Constitution was based upon Judeo-Christian values."
Axhandle, are you being serious or sarcastic?
This is a must read. Thanks for the post.
The only "peaceful moments were when Islam was defeated. It always was, and continues to be the most violent cult on the planet, spread only with blood. It has never been 'fruitfull' it only takes from the culture it destroys, and brings darkness and misery, death and poverty where ever it goes.
"When the Serbs destroyed mosques and murdered ordinary Muslims as well as clerics in the Balkans
These were lies propagated by muslims. they have never been validated, mass graves were never found. These lies are no different than rapes in the astro dome. Meanwhile, destruction of 1200 year old othadox churches is going on today under the supervision of the UN, Serbs are being murdered daily. The Serbs had origionaly sought to drive the muslims from their midst because of the murder and violence they were participating in, until they were wrongully bombed
Sharia law is crude and barbaric and is based soley on the sayings of Muhammad and the koran. It is in complete conflict with secular state laws, or any law made by man. Islam is a totalitarian system of government religion and justice all rolled into one which is incompatible with democracy, not harmonious with it.
This article is so full of crap it's not worth reading.
There are many aspects of what happened on September 11th. What is needed is the full story of what happened that day so that people will see the reality of the situation.
The failure to grasp the nature of the new Iraqi constitution extends to the document itself. Much noise has been made about Article Two, in which it is stated that "Islam is the official religion of the state and is a basic source of legislation," and some praise has been issued for Article 14, which proclaims equality of gender, ethnic groups, religion, opinion, social and economic status, etc. But little has been said about one of the most remarkable and significant elements of the new Iraqi charter: The ban in Article Seven on "Entities or trends that justify or propagate racism, terrorism, 'takfir,' sectarian expulsions," as well as the Saddamist Ba'ath party.