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gurly3801539
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Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

Canuck, does Canada have same sex marriage? 

 

johnaa
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Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

 You are in lala land, even this silly excuse for a judge was not "upholding" "sharia law"-  it was based upon this twit's concept of CULTURAL DEFENCE--http://volokh.com/2010/07/23/cultural-defense-accepted-as-to-nonconsensual-sex-in-new-jersey-trial-c...  -- "The Volokh Conspiracy is a group blog.   Most of us are law professors."   I got to it from following the link from the lying islamophobic propaganda site you linked to.   Get a grip on reality, stop pickling your brain with neocon propaganda

 

  Why are you claiming this has anything to do with racism??? Freudian slip--Muslim is not a race .

 

  No sweety, they are not upholding sharia law in the USA, the day that begins would be the day I start shooting judges.

bruce MN
Veteran Advisor

Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

Heck of a good point. We had a U.S. Justice Departmetn full of lawyers and judges under Gonzalez during the Cheny administration who used religion to purge a number of Federal District Judges, as guided by a group of asst. AGs from one radical religious college, Regents University.

 

Thanks for bringing that to mind.

johnaa
Advisor

Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

 Knox, truth is the USA has been giving money and arms to the worst of the worst fundamentalist abusers of women in Afghanistan since the seventies up to the present.  The women of afghanistan tells the story here--http://www.rawa.org/index.php

 

 As to the war propaganda you mention in Time, here is a article reveling the lie in that ---  http://blogs.aljazeera.net/imperium/2010/08/05/western-wars-vs-muslim-women

johnaa
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Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

"The US military has made life worse for women in Afghanistan, not better. Is it possible that a US exit will result in their lives becoming even worse than they are now, as Bret Stephens and Time magazine fear? Of course it is possible. But what is certain is that the occupation has had a harmful effect on the lives of the vast majority of Afghan civilians – not a positive one as the promoters of war as a vehicle for social change assert. Also indisputable is that the Taliban has grown in strength since the occupation began, and it only continues to do so. This should come as no surprise to anyone who has looked closely at the motives for terrorism. Even US intelligence agencies have acknowledged that the US occupation of Iraq has strengthened Islamic fundamentalism and ."..made the overall terrorism problem worse."

"To call for even more certain death and destruction as a defense against imagined, possible worse bloodshed reveals a curious kind of moral reasoning. For let’s not forget what it is that Time magazine (despite itsprotestations to the contrary) and Stephens are defending: The indiscriminate killing of innocent men, women and children, in the pursuit of what they believe to be some greater good."

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig5/shaffer-br7.1.1.html  

snip--Earlier this year, a man named Mohammad Qayoumi published a photo essay in Foreign Policy magazine. The photos were taken from an old book published by Afghanistan’s planning ministry in the 1950s and 60s, and were accompanied by Qayoumi’s commentary recalling the Afghanistan he had known as a young man. The images depict men and women in western dress going about their daily lives in what appears to be a fairly well-developed, functioning society. Qayoumi recounts:

"A half-century ago, Afghan women pursued careers in medicine; men and women mingled casually at movie theaters and university campuses in Kabul; factories in the suburbs churned out textiles and other goods. There was a tradition of law and order, and a government capable of undertaking large national infrastructure projects, like building hydropower stations and roads, albeit with outside help. Ordinary people had a sense of hope, a belief that education could open opportunities for all, a conviction that a bright future lay ahead. All that has been destroyed by three decades of war, but it was real."


Midwest1959584
Veteran Contributor

Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

 

 

 

North America

A 2007 study by Dr. Amin Muhammad and Dr. Sujay Patel of Memorial University, Canada, showed how Islamic honor killings have been brought to Canada. He wrote: "When people come and settle in Canada they can bring their traditions and forcefully follow them. In some cultures, people feel some boundaries are never to be crossed, and if someone would violate those practices or go against it, then murder is justified to them." He also noted that there are hundreds of cases annually in his native Pakistan. He added that "In different cultures, they can get away without being punished — the courts actually sanction them under religious contexts".[39]

An article in the Spring 2009 edition of Middle East Quarterly[40] argues that the United States is far behind Europe in acknowledging that honor killings are a special form of domestic violence, requiring special training and special programs to protect the young women and girls most likely to be the victim of such. The article suggests that the fear of being labeled "culturally insensitive" prevents US government officials and the media from both identifying and accurately reporting these incidents as "honor killings" when they occur. Failing to accurately describe the problem makes it more difficult to develop public policies to address it.

from wikipedia   http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/02/arizona-father-who-murdered-daughter-in-honor-killing-will-not-fac...      

Canuck_2
Veteran Advisor

Re: gurly

Yes.

Midwest1959584
Veteran Contributor

Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

Oh John honey your such a dork,  if you weren't so stupid you'd be an actual threat.  But you are, so I will explain what you have missed in my post,...it went as such"

All of the ones on here calling racism, should be in a total uproar over this.  The fact that they arent', shows they only care about agendas and not people as they claim.  If they'll carry the flag for a different race, but not for a different sex, then they are hypocrits, of the worst kind. 

Everyone else on here seemed to get the jist of this paragraph except you.  Its about discrimination JohnnyBoy not racism.

President Obama chose Harold Koh as the legal adviser for the State Department. Harold Koh says that there’s nothing wrong with Sharia law. The NY Post reported that:

JUDGES should interpret the Constitution according to other nations’ legal “norms.” Sharia law could apply to disputes in US courts. The United States constitutes an “axis of disobedience” along with North Korea and Saddam-era Iraq.

Those are the views of the man on track to become one of the US government’s top lawyers: Harold Koh.

President Obama has nominated Koh — until last week the dean of Yale Law School — to be the State Department’s legal adviser. In that job, Koh would forge a wide range of international agreements on issues from trade to arms control, and help represent our country in such places as the United Nations and the International Court of Justice.


http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_yyMKJnrmyV5g5MZlhheZOP;jsessionid=E91531094...

P.S.  I hope you used a fake address since your on here talking about shooting judges.

Canuck_2
Veteran Advisor

Re: Honour killing, midwest

Just so you understand Midwest, honour killing is considered murder in Canada and anyone caught carrying it out is jailed.

 

tomtoolbag
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Re: Judge won't issue restraining order

   What's funny though is that I did five different searches with various wordings to find this "outrage", and every one came back with nothing but blog listings. No local or national media listings, just blogs. I had to go through an attorney type of website to even find the case. Of course, the link that you provided is a blurred story of a couple of different cases, and the original story that was referred to was overturned by a higher court right after the decision.

  Your attempt to spread around some religious based fear and loathing was BS, along with the link. At one time Christian women weren't treated very well either to say the least because of the different passages of the bible. And, the bible was also considered too powerful for people to even have in their possession, and it was only entrusted to "preachers", because they were considered the only people worthy of it's use.

  You religious wacko types crack me up with  your "my religion is better" crap that you spew, and no different than the wackos of other religions.