By The Political Insider. The people from the great state of Alabama took a huge proactive step in the last election to protect themselves from creeping Sharia. As more followers of Islam move to America, the threat has become real, but Alabama just said, “ENOUGH!”
Amendment One, an amendment to the state constitution that prohibits foreign law being used to decide cases in Alabama courts, has passed easily and will be added to the Alabama Constitution.
Eric Johnston, the Birmingham attorney who drafted the amendment, felt vindicated after it was described as an attack on Muslims.
“I put in about three years of work on it,” Johnston said, after AP and Politico declared that the amendment passed. The amendment passed by a wide margin of about 72 percent to 28 percent with 96 percent of precincts counted . . .
Certain groups have called this amendment racist. But the problem is, so much of Islam’s teachings are incompatible with civilized society. This amendment draws a clear line in the sand that 14th century thinking cannot be protected by law. (Read more about Muslims trying to pass Sharia law in Alabama HERE)
Christian Nurse Tries to Help Muslim Co-Worker, Gets 9 Month Work Suspension
By Conservative Tribune. Victoria Wasteney, a 37-year-old nurse, said a prayer for her co-worker. What happened next is a saga you may not believe – unless, of course, you’ve paid attention to the news.
The senior occupational therapist at an East London mental hospital said the prayer in the name of a Muslim co-worker who was going through personal difficulties. The simple prayer earned her a nine-month suspension from her job and has become the subject of a lawsuit.
The co-worker in question is named Enya Nawaz. According to Wasteney, the two were friends, and had spent significant time talking about the similarities between Christianity and Islam . . .
“God, I trust You will bring peace and You will bring healing,” she said, remembering the content of the prayer. “It was a natural and open thing for me to do and she didn’t object in any way.”
That changed once Nawaz was, according to Wasteney, pressured into filing a claim against her by other Muslims. (Read more from this story HERE)