Posts Tagged ‘constitution’

Thursday evening, February 23, 2017, something happened that I thought I would never see. ACT! for America capitulated to the demands of CAIR and in the process relieved a good friend and patriot as chapter leader of the ACT chapter in San Antonio. The details follow. I must say I am deeply disappointed in the […]

As I wrote extensively on this blog last summer, the voters in Kenya adopted a new constitution for the nation which is very friendly to Islamic interests. A Commission has been formed to implement the provisions of the new Constitution. Certain decisions made by the Commission are not pleasing all the constituents of Kenya and […]

By Tawfik Hamid A popular new law that bars Oklahoma courts from considering Islamic law, or Shariah, when deciding cases was put on hold Monday after a prominent Muslim in the state won a temporary restraining order in federal court. This ruling was issued in the name of freedom of religion and minority rights. […]

by Daniel Pipes National Review Online November 16, 2010 As Americans learn more about Islam, the aspect they find most objectionable is not its theology (such as whether Allah is God or not) nor its symbolism (such as an Islamic cultural center in lower Manhattan) but its law code, called the Sharia. Rightly, they say […]

by David J. Rusin  •  Sep 24, 2010 at 10:27 am Does the First Amendment protect Christians who bring their message to Muslims at public events or in front of mosques? This is a good question, given the trend of missionaries being placed under arrest while proselytizing to followers of Islam — right here […]

Mombasa is the city in Kenya where Islam is predominate, and where Islamic kadhis courts have been allowed to rule for over 100 years. Note the reporter’s comments at the end: Most people voted for the new constitution because they wanted “change.” Now where have I heard that before?

As I reported here last month, the Obama administration illegally gave US dollars to Kenya to influence the adoption of a new national constitution: one that not only allows abortion for the first time in Kenya, but sets up Shari’a law to be funded with federal taxpayer funds. The new constitution also curiously removes from […]

From By Joseph Meaney Editor’s Note: Joseph Meaney is director of international coordination for Human Life International, the world’s largest pro-life organization with affiliates and associates in over 100 countries worldwide. July 28, 2010 ( – The people of Kenya will vote on August 4, 2010 on a new constitution that includes sweeping provisions allowing […]