While the TV industry lulls Americans to sleep with shows like All-American Muslim, a new TLC show which gives us a "picture" of what life in America is like for Muslims, the reality of the situation couldn't be more different. All-American Muslim does not bother to interview any truly devout Muslims who live by the teachings of the Koran; those on the show are only secular Muslims who for the most part do not pose a threat to our nation.
I can't help but wonder what those behind All-American Muslim would have to say with the findings of a recent poll showing that a whopping 70% of American Muslims desire Sharia law, and yes, I mean here in America. And with Sharia comes the right to have multiple wives, as is customary in Islam. If polygamy becomes legal, guess who will be stuck footing the expensive lifestyle when the Muslim men can't afford multiple wives and loads of children?
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
70% of American Muslims Say US Should Impose Sharia: Legalized Polygamy
"'I believe the government should legalize polygamy because it is lawful in Islam. It would enable all the wives to have the same legal status.' -- Muslima in an Islamic polygamous marriage
…nearly 70 percent said they believe that the U.S. should legalize polygamy…42 percent of those surveyed said they were either in, or knew others in polygamous marriages within the local Muslim community. Thirty nine percent said they would engage in a polygamous marriage if it were legal in the United States.
Islamic supremacism on the march in America. Just as the Muslim Brotherhood groups in the US, like Hamas-linked CAIR, exploited the the black experience in America to impose Islam on the secular marketplace by playing the civil rights card. They are now using the 'gay marriage' narrative to legalize multiple wives under the sharia. Read it all.
I have written on Muslim polygamy in the US here. And here: 100,000 US Muslims engage in polygamy.
What's next? Child brides? That is sanctioned under the sharia. That's an 'alternative lifestyle' sanctioned by Islam and 'religious freedom under the Constitution.' Honor killings? Clitorectomies? All sanctioned under the sharia, and as Ground Zero mosque Imam Rauf reminded us in his book, you cannot cherry-pick the sharia. It's all or .........
In his own book from 2000, 'Islam: A Sacred Law,' he wrote this on p. 58: 'And since a Shari'ah is understood as a law with God at its center, it is not possible in principle to limit the Shari'ah to some aspects of human life and leave out others.'
Survey: 70% of Muslims say U.S. should legalize polygamy MuslimLink.com via creeping
'As Legal Marriage Is Redefined, Some Muslim Call for Decriminalizing Polygamy
The legalization of gay marriage in six states and the continued efforts toward legalizing it in the rest of the country has opened the flood gates that have, for hundreds of years defined legal marriage in the United States as the union between one man and one woman.
As more proponents of gay marriage push bills through Congress and rally votes that support marriage as a constitutional right for all citizens regardless of sexual orientation another group that remains decidedly outside the legal confines of marriage is slowly entering the limelight.
Over 130 years ago a decision was made that criminalized the practice of polygamy in the United States.
Despite the redefinition of legal marriage to include homosexual couples, the country still grapples at the idea of polygamy, a commonly misunderstood primarily religiously based practice.
With an estimated 50,000 to 100,000 people living in polygamous situations in the U.S. today, few have seen their actions reprimanded in court. This is likely because many live in secrecy out of fear that exposure of their practices will result in loss of jobs, break apart their families, or land them in jail. However, even in cases where polygamy is known, few states move to actually prosecute the individuals involved.
While some choose to quietly live their lives as they please, married legally only to one woman but to others only through religious ceremonies, there are murmurs among the polygamist community as the country moves toward the legalization of gay marriage.
Just as the gay community has fought for equal treatment under the law, polygamists argue the same. As citizens of the United States, they argue, they should have the right to legally marry whoever they please, or however many they please.'"
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