Dennis Kucinich, Leftie for Radical Islam

Mar 27, 2012 Full story: Daniel Pipes 58

Keith Ellison and Andre Carson receive considerable attention as the first two Muslims to serve in the U.S. Congress. The novelty of their presence, however, should not obscure the fact that Congress includes other representatives, invariably on the left wing of the Democratic party, who also carry water for Islamist interests and causes.

Not themselves Muslim, their relative obscurity attracts less attention to them and may make them more effective. For example, When the U.S. House voted 390-5 in 2009 in favor of a resolution concerning Israel's right to self-defense against Hamas, Carson voted for the resolution and Ellison voted "present." In contrast, Dennis J. Kucinich, Gwen Moore, Ron Paul, Nick Rahall, and Maxine Waters cast the "no" votes ... Full Story
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“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Mar 27, 2012
from Daniel Pipes:

"Already before 2004, Kucinich had displayed a soft spot for Islamism, defined as the ideology seeking to apply Islamic law (the Shari'a) worldwide. For example, he insisted on accepting a $500 donation in 1997 from Washington's then reigning Islamist, Abdurahman Alamoudi. Only after Alamoudi was arrested in 2003 on charges of taking money from Libyan intelligence, charges which landed him a long jail term, did Kucinich finally return the 1997 contribution.

"In his 2004 presidential campaign, Kucinich adopted key elements of the radical Islamic message and worked closely with North America's most aggressive Islamist group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). He echoed its line about American Muslims having 'suffered much over the last few years' and their having 'been scapegoated and they've been subject to profiling and have been subject to law enforcement practices which are truly repugnant in a democracy ...'"

Since: Jul 07

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#2 Mar 27, 2012
Muslims don't belong in Congress. We don't want to end up like Egypt.

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#4 Mar 27, 2012
First understand sharia is religious law, not the wahhabi/salafi vigilante actions the media calls Sharia.

Another error is the assumption the concept of Sharia is limited to Islam. Any religious based legal system and any laws based upon a religious belief are Sharia.

American law has been heavily influenced by Christian Sharia. Although the founding fathers put seperation of State and Church into the constitution, you will still find a religious influence in many laws. That is Sharia.

There may be a push to implemented other Sharia Laws on us. And not just the Civil Contract laws between Muslims many of us Muslims are asking recognition of.

http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/mixner-c...

If you oppose sharia oppose all Sharia not just Islamic Sharia.
Less government

Jakarta, Indonesia

#5 Mar 27, 2012
Social security, military pension fund, medicare .... all of them are government pyramid scheme!

War, TSA, military, war on drug, war on porn, war on oral sex ... all of them are government pork barrel project. Wealth transfer program from poor to rich, under pretense provide security. Even lazy welfare leftist know this.

All of them are big government, a spending that not create wealth. Speaking of budget, Chinese are much smaller government than Big government Yankee. If Yankee waste 40% of GDP on spending, Chinese only use 25% of GDP on spending. And smallest government is Somalia, they don't have central government (super small government). And they are Muslim.

40% of GDP on spending, it's big government. How that kinda spending are created? Some one have come to sense realize, that is big. Or Neo Con love anything that big?

Big government = big obese

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#6 Mar 27, 2012
Adding to above:

Tax exemptions for any religious institution is a sharia law as it requires all people to support the religions that benefit from the exemptions.

By the Religious tax exemptions we all support a religion by allowing them immunity from their rightful tax burden.

“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#8 Mar 27, 2012
WoodrowLI akaAbdullah1940 wrote:
... Any religious based legal system and any laws based upon a religious belief are Sharia.
American law has been heavily influenced by Christian Sharia.
Even if there was such a thing as Christian shar'ia -- and there isn't -- Congress couldn't be influenced by it because of the establishment clause of the First Amendment.

Since: Jul 09

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#9 Mar 27, 2012
WoodrowLI akaAbdullah1940 wrote:
First understand sharia is religious law, not the wahhabi/salafi vigilante actions the media calls Sharia.
Another error is the assumption the concept of Sharia is limited to Islam. Any religious based legal system and any laws based upon a religious belief are Sharia.
American law has been heavily influenced by Christian Sharia. Although the founding fathers put seperation of State and Church into the constitution, you will still find a religious influence in many laws. That is Sharia.
There may be a push to implemented other Sharia Laws on us. And not just the Civil Contract laws between Muslims many of us Muslims are asking recognition of.
http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/mixner-c...
If you oppose sharia oppose all Sharia not just Islamic Sharia.
Christian sharia...lol.

Phucksakes you're warped.

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#10 Mar 27, 2012
Leftards are vile just like the vile moon cult.

At least in my country, I wouldn't vote for the far left party(NDP) or the liberals(who have moved further left the last few years). Both these parties are full of members who enjoy tearing down this country's founding culture while defending sh*t like islam in the name of official multiculturalism.

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#11 Mar 27, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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Even if there was such a thing as Christian shar'ia -- and there isn't -- Congress couldn't be influenced by it because of the establishment clause of the First Amendment.
How many small Southern Towns still have Sunday laws in which the local government determes what stores can not be open on Sunday.

How about the local public school that forbid the teaching of evolution.

The Public Libraries that ban certain books from being in the library.

etc

Those are examples of Christian Sharia and they are not civil laws they are criminal laws as the local magistrates can enforce a fine
SANTA-BANTA

India

#12 Mar 27, 2012
WoodrowLI akaAbdullah1940 wrote:
American law has been heavily influenced by Christian Sharia. Although the founding fathers put seperation of State and Church into the constitution, you will still find a religious influence in many laws. That is Sharia.
Give some examples.

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#13 Mar 27, 2012
SANTA-BANTA wrote:
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Give some examples.
Walk through the bible belt in the south and try to find books on Evolution in the local public Library or even taught in some of the schools. Also try to buy clothing on Sunday in some of those regions.

Many of the old Christian Sharia laws have been rescinded. Such as no Music except Church Music on Sunday. No display of any magazines the local churches deem obscene,

Here are laws some people (American Non Muslims) see being based on Christianity,

http://atheistallianceamerica.org/about-aaa/a...

Christian sharia is very visible in the USA if you are not Christian. However, most Muslims also support them as the same issues are covered under the Criminal laws of Sharia. One reason we have no desire to change American Christian sharia Laws as they are in line with what Muslims consider crimes.

The issue we have is not the Criminal Laws, Not the constitution, Not the changing of any laws. We are interested in having Sharia compliant contracts be recognised by the states.
Less government

Jakarta, Indonesia

#14 Mar 27, 2012
Joe DeCaro wrote:
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Even if there was such a thing as Christian shar'ia -- and there isn't -- Congress couldn't be influenced by it because of the establishment clause of the First Amendment.
Hoe bout marriage amendment? That define marriage between man and woman?
Less government

Jakarta, Indonesia

#15 Mar 27, 2012
Naturally Wired wrote:
Leftards are vile just like the vile moon cult.
At least in my country, I wouldn't vote for the far left party(NDP) or the liberals(who have moved further left the last few years). Both these parties are full of members who enjoy tearing down this country's founding culture while defending sh*t like islam in the name of official multiculturalism.
Yeah and plus their position on civil right, porn and oral sex. It's fun thing to use government force to ban oral sex!
Karol

Kraków, Poland

#16 Mar 27, 2012
it seems that you have 5 politiicans, who are normal and brave. Ron Paul has resigned from Congress, Kucinic was not elected. People who are against wars, who are tolerant and peaceful. Ron Paul fights for human rights, he loves USA and he is tolerant. Additionally he has very good proposals of domestic politics. His foreign politics is normal and really very good.

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#17 Mar 27, 2012
Less government wrote:
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Hoe bout marriage amendment? That define marriage between man and woman?
The USA criminal laws define what is the legal age, number of wives, sex and relationship of who can marry who.

What concern need it be of the government what religious formalities are in a marriage contract, as long as the contact does not violate any of the states criminal laws.
Less government

Jakarta, Indonesia

#18 Mar 27, 2012
WoodrowLI akaAbdullah1940 wrote:
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The USA criminal laws define what is the legal age, number of wives, sex and relationship of who can marry who.
What concern need it be of the government what religious formalities are in a marriage contract, as long as the contact does not violate any of the states criminal laws.
I heard Mormon have problem with current government marriage law. Am i correct?
more truth

Crawfordville, FL

#19 Mar 27, 2012
Wood, the muslim countries have made such a mess of themselves, with or without sharia of whatever kind, that one cannot really take most of them seriously as places to live.

Please go live in one.

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#20 Mar 27, 2012
Less government wrote:
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I heard Mormon have problem with current government marriage law. Am i correct?
That I do not know. I have never been a Mormon

Since: Jan 12

Zeeland, ND

#21 Mar 27, 2012
more truth wrote:
Wood, the muslim countries have made such a mess of themselves, with or without sharia of whatever kind, that one cannot really take most of them seriously as places to live.
Please go live in one.
I have lived in several of them when I was a Christian. If I was still Christian I probably would be living in one again.

The USA laws do not interfere with me being a Muslim. Many of the USA laws are closer to actual sharia than what is found in some alleged Islamic nations.

No where in any of my post did I ever indicate I was anti American or advocating changing the US constitution or laws. I advocate the recognition for Islamic contract that do not violate any criminal laws and apply only to consenting adults who desire disputes in their contract to be settled by religious courts and not state courts and for the states to recognize such settlements as being binding. Nothing different from what is allowed the Jews and some Amish, Mennonites and maybe some Mormons.
Less government

Jakarta, Indonesia

#22 Mar 27, 2012
Karol wrote:
it seems that you have 5 politiicans, who are normal and brave. Ron Paul has resigned from Congress, Kucinic was not elected. People who are against wars, who are tolerant and peaceful. Ron Paul fights for human rights, he loves USA and he is tolerant. Additionally he has very good proposals of domestic politics. His foreign politics is normal and really very good.
I tell you something, why Right-wing nutjobs and welfare lover don't like Ron Paul.

Right-wing nutjobs love war, war on terrorist, war on Muslim, war on porn, war on gay, war on drugs, war on oral sex, war on heretics, war on atheist, war on homosexual. Ron Paul view them as waste of resources and unproductive.

Welfare lover, love cheap health care, etc. Ron Paul view them as teaching people to be lazy and irresponsible.

Neo-con is the worst, they both love war, cheap health care and government guarantee retirement fund.

I don't know politic in your country, but person like Ron Paul in my country will win slide victory in my country. This is sucks, consistent honest person like Ron Paul are not favor by the Yankee.

Is it because Ron say the truth? Of-course war is wasting money, and government cheap health care devalue the currency.

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