It is a REQUIREMENT of Citizenship to obey the laws of the Constitution. When one OVERTLY declars that their particular beliefs, in the case of Muslims, Sharia law, are to be followed over the countries laws, then they are in violation of the FIRST AMENDMENT:<quoted text>
You want to punish all muslims and deport them irrespective of whether they have any terrorist leanings or not. That's religious bigotry.
You want to do this despite the fact that the first amendment of your constitution says you aren't allowed to. That's putting your beliefs above the laws and constitution of the US.
Some food for thought:
"In Sherbert v. Verner (1963), the Supreme Court required states to meet the "strict scrutiny" standard when refusing to accommodate religiously motivated conduct. This meant that a government needed to have a "compelling interest" regarding such a refusal. The case involved Adele Sherbert, who was denied unemployment benefits by South Carolina because she refused to work on Saturdays, something forbidden by her Seventh-day Adventist faith."
"In Wisconsin v. Yoder (1972), the Court ruled that a law that "unduly burdens the practice of religion" without a compelling interest, even though it might be "neutral on its face," would be unconstitutional. "
"In 1993, the Congress passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act According to the court's ruling in Gonzales v. UDV (2006), RFRA remains applicable to federal laws and so those laws must still have a "compelling interest"."
"'According to the court's ruling in Gonzales v. UDV (2006), RFRA remains applicable to federal laws and so those laws must still have a 'compelling interest'."
So you see, if the government has a "compelling interest", they have every right to take measures to protect those interests under the Constitution, not outside it. As a hypothetical, if my religion says speed limits are against God's will, and therfore, I, because of my beliefs can speed all I want under the 1st Amendment, there exists error.
Because the government has a "compelling interest" in protecting American citizens, they can enforce those speed laws in spite of my hyypothtical religious beliefs.