A U.S. Muslim group is planning a demonstration featuring controversial British imams who are advocating for the implementation of Sharia law in the United States.
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What is the difference between the village of Itan Wali, Pakistan and the City of Dearborn, Michigan?
The latest chapter in faith wars that have been going on for thousands of years and have cost billions of lives will take place in Florida where a church has announced plans to burn the Quran. The website of the Dove World Outreach Centre provides an explanation about why the church plans the holy book burning. The message is the same repeated time after time by various faiths—charges of false faith and evil.
The Quran burning is legal in the U.S. But Islam includes branches that condemn to death those who desecrate such objects. And for those branches of Islam, there is only one law, Sharia.
The Thomas More Law Center issued a statement about the arrests of four Christian missionaries at the Annual Arab International Festival held in Dearborn, indicating the arraignment on criminal charges will take place on Monday, July 12. The proceedings will be held starting at 8 a.m. in the 19th Judicial District Court [16077 Michigan Ave.] in Dearborn.
The TMLC statement said, “This is the next step in what has been described as police enforcement of Sharia law in a city dominated by a large Muslim population.”
AIG enjoyed a mega-bailout courtesy of the US taxpayer, but a lawsuit filed in December 2008 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan addresses a peculiar practice in financing. The lawsuit was filed by Kevin Murray who is represented by legal counsel David Yerushalmi and the Thomas More Law Center (Richard Thompson and Robert Muise). The suit posits a constitutional challenge to that portion of the ‘Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008’ (EESA) that appropriated $40 billion in taxpayer money to fund and financially support the federal government's majority ownership interest in AIG, which allegedly engages in Shariah-based Islamic activities.