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National Report In a surprise weekend vote, the City Council of Dearborn, Michigan
voted 4-3 to became the first US city to officially implement all
aspects of Sharia Law. The tough new law, slated to go into affect
January 1st, addresses secular law including crime, politics and
economics as well as personal matters such as sexual intercourse,
fasting, prayer, diet and hygiene.
The new law could see citizens stoned for adultery or having a limb
amputated for theft. Lesser offenses, such as drinking alcohol or
abortion, could result in flogging and/or caning. In addition, the law
imposes harsh laws with regards to women and allows for child marriage.
Some in town seem to welcome the new legislation while others have
denounced the move as “abhorrent”, a threat to freedom and incompatible
with the Constitution. When asked by National Report about the need for
such a law, local resident Jeremy Ahmed stated:
“It is because of our need that Allah the Almighty, in
all his generosity, has created laws for us, so that we can utilize them
to obtain justice. We hope to see other cities taking this action in
the face of the governments inaction of passing such legislation”.
Other local residents have taken to social media sites with comments
ranging from “praise be to Allah” and “long live Islam” to “RIP
Dearborn” and “Only in Obama’s America would an American city consider
The city of Dearborn is a well known safe haven for Muslims and
Muslim sympathizers. With a population of around 98 thousand people,
roughly 30% of its residence are Muslims making them the largest
concentration of Muslims in the United States.
The dangers of Sharia Law in America were first outlined in a 2010
study produced by the Center for Security Policy (CSP) titled “Sharia: The Threat to America“,
a 352-page book based on authoritative sources of Islamic law. While
sharia includes strict rules for prayer and fasting, it is also an
all-encompassing legal and political code that covers all aspects of
life including those that have nothing to do with religion.