It’s interesting to note how quickly the Islamic supremacists have gone after this measure, while others dismiss it as unnecessary. If it were unnecessary, why go to the trouble to block it? If Muslims have no plans to bring the political and supremacist aspects of Sharia to the U.S., which would be the first time in history they have come to a country and not brought Sharia with them, then why bother opposing this measure at all? In fact, they should favor it. And the claim that this measure singles out Islam ignores — not surprisingly — the ways in which Islam is a political and social system in a way that Judaism and Christianity are not. It is interesting to note that in other contexts, Islamic supremacists proudly invoke that difference as evidence of the superiority of Islam over the other Religions of the Book. But in this instance, it is politically expedient for them to forget about all that.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – A federal judge has scheduled a hearing on a temporary restraining order to block a measure to prohibit state courts from considering international law or Islamic law when deciding cases….
Among other things, the lawsuit alleges the ballot measure transforms Oklahoma’s Constitution into “an enduring condemnation” of Islam by singling it out for special restrictions.