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Need for new laws to deal with this threat

Submitted by L. Kesler, Mar 11, 2010 12:29

These extremists openly threaten to injure and kill Americans. It is a Federal Offense to threaten the life of the President of the U.S., who is also supposedly an "infidel." Why shouldn't the rest of us in the U.S. have the same protection. It should also be a Federal Offense to threaten to kill we "infidels" if they are unable to subvert us to Islam. As individuals, human beings and residents of the U.S., we feel just important as our President regarding these threats. Will someone please propose and get passed a law to disallow these threats and organized programs. Jihad is not proposed or practiced by Protestants, Catholics, other Christian religions or the Jewish population. Why allow extreme Muslims to behave in the U.S. the way they do in Europe? Don't let our weak or non-existent laws on this subject be our downfall.

Our 1st Amendent needs amending. It already says that Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion. What it should address better is freedom of religion, stating that we stand for freedome of religion, for those religions that also believe in and practice freedom of religion, and that we will be tolerant of theose religions which themselves are toleratnt of all other religions besides their own. Islam is not tolerant of other religions in the U.S., and wants to emilinate them. Besides all the things in your article, just read the Koran.

On another note, the ACLU: How do its non-muslim lawyers think they would fare under Shariah law?


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