It could easily happen, given the prevailing multiculturalism and new court rulings on marriage. If marriage can be redefined once, it can be redefined again. And it will be, unless a sufficient number of people say no, they don’t want polygamy, or child brides, or any other aspects of Sharia, in the United States.
“Polygamy, child brides coming to U.S.? Editor of Islam book says recent court rulings pave the way,” from WorldNetDaily, June 21:
WASHINGTON — Polygamy and child brides may make a comeback in the U.S. as a result of recent court rulings and the simultaneous rise of Islam, says the editor of a book of stories about Muslims leaving the faith.
“In light of the recent California court ruling and the FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints) legal fiasco in Texas, is the time coming when we in the U.S will be forced to tolerate child brides and multiple wives?” asks Joel Richardson, editor of the provocative new book “Why We Left Islam: Former Muslims Speak Out,” published by WND Books.
The book is a compilation of the stories of 23 men and women who left Islam. The contributors are explicit about the danger that is posed by incrementally yielding traditional western moral and beliefs to Islamic tradition, a process that is called “soft sharia.”…
And stealth jihad.