The Idaho House State Affairs Committee just joined an exclusive club after passing an “American Court” bill banning Sharia law.
The anti-Sharia bill, which was brought forward and sponsored by Republican Rep. Eric Redman, would void any court ruling that relies “in whole or in part on any foreign law” that doesn’t align with U.S. or Idaho protections.
Referred to as the, “American Law for American Courts,” Redman’s bill seeks to forbid Sharia law because it is not in accordance with U.S. or Idaho protections for privacy, marriage, freedom of religion, or due process.
The bill follows recently proposed measures from the American Public Policy Alliance, a group led by Louisiana attorney Stephen Gele, which promotes state’s rights to preserve Western democracy against evil threats like Islamic law.
Redman told the panel: “One comment I heard was that I could possibly be a bigot. Well let me tell you something: My middle daughter is a teacher from Olympia, Wash., is married to a refugee from Cambodia and he is a Muslim. This is not about the religion.”
He showed how Sharia law, which is described in the Quran, calls for violence against Christians, demands homosexuals be murdered, and stripes women of essentially all basic human rights.
It makes no sense to allow this sick ideology into the U.S., and thankfully politicians are waking up and finally doing something about it rather than cower to these radicals.
Source: Creeping Sharia