I looked at it. Scanning through the first case that was presented, it looked like a case that had to do with termination of employment. What your folks have their undies in a bunch over is that it was an imam being fired from a mosque. Now--without going through the whole legal case (which your folks have just plopped down into the text--assuming that nobody will actually bother to read--so they can say whatever they want), I would point out that there is precious little in the law to protect the job of any American except for civil rights protections. And in the case of a religious institution, the courts have ruled in other cases that religion is a pertinent job qualification for someone doing religious work (such as being a priest, a minister or an imam). Unless I am mistaken, this case would be decided on those same principles.<quoted text>
Read the 635-page detailed report for yourself.
(Liberals. They hate to work.)
Now--you seem also not to have read the whole 635 page detailed report either. I have at least read enough to know that everything after page 55 is just court cases, in their entirety, pasted in as "examples" of how Sharia is creeping into our courts.
You want to tell the world that this is the case, I would think that you would be conversant with at least ONE case to illustrate your point.