American Freedom Alliance
in cooperation with
Barnabas Fund, Center for Security Policy (Washington D.C), Centre for Social Cohesion (U.K.), and Henry Jackson Society (U.K.) and European Convention on Liberal Democracy
its first International Conference of the Air
Should Western Democracies Build Barriers to Sharia Law?
featuring a panel of experts drawn from around the world
Eugene Volokh (UCLA Law School); Kent Greenwalt (Columbia University); Michael Helfand (Pepperdine University); David Yerushalmi (Center for Security Policy, Washington D.C.); Marion Boyd (former Attorney General Ontario, Canada); Douglas Murray (Centre for Social Cohesion, U.K.); Robin Shepherd ( Henry Jackson Society, U.K.); Christine Brim (Center for Security Policy, Washington D.C.); Lewis Moore, (Oklahoma State Assembly), Robert Spencer (Jihad Watch), Anne Elisabeth Moutet (Jean Jacques Rousseau Institute, France), Shaykh Faiz Siddiqi (Muslim Arbitration Tribunal, U.K.), Patrick Sookhdeo (Barnabas Fund)
Sunday, December 12, 2010
10:30 am – 12:30 pm (PDT); 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (EDT)
Streamed live on the Internet and then archived.
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On November 2, 2010 the citizens of the State of Oklahoma passed an historic amendment to their constitution, enjoining Oklahoma state courts from considering either Sharia law or international law when rendering judicial decisions. Join moderator Avi Davis in an important discussion between jurists, journalists, attorneys and commentators drawn from around the world as they examine whether Western societies can or should ban Sharia law from any application in Western jurisprudence.
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