THIS Conservative State is Doing Something Awesome to Ban Sharia Law

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October 21, 2014 1:23pm PST

Sharia Law, the Islamic code that governs religious and civil behavior, is a radical set of standards which Muslims seek to impose on the world. Under this archaic code of conduct, women must be completely covered and are stoned to death on the mere accusation that they have engaged in sexual acts with a man outside of wedlock.

As Obama makes exceptions for Muslims, so that they might live within the guidelines of radical Sharia Law, the majority of Americans are being stripped of the liberties and values which the United States was founded upon. In response to the President’s progressive policies, one state is taking an epic stand.

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Alabama has put forth a proposed amendment to its state constitution which would ban Sharia Law altogether. The Conservative Tribune reported:

Voters next month will have the opportunity to approve Amendment 1, called “The American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment,” which will prevent judges in the state from recognizing any foreign laws in cases involving individuals. Cases involving businesses, which may be incorporated or have interests overseas, may still use foreign law at the judge’s discretion, when applicable.

The proposed amendment reads, in part, “A court, arbitrator, administrative agency, or other adjudicative, arbitrative, or enforcement authority shall not apply or enforce a foreign law if doing so would violate any state law or a right guaranteed by the Constitution of this state or of the United States.”

It is sad that America has come to point which necessitates laws prohibiting radical Islamic dogma. The progressive ideology is running the greatest country in the world into the ground as we speak.

Show Alabama lawmakers your support for their fearless stand against barbaric Sharia law in the comments section!

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