Tennessee imam claims Sharia law is based on Ten Commandments

April 1, 2011

Muslim community members react to documentary


About 30 members of the local Muslim community gathered Sunday at Dr. Syed Haque’s Frederick home to watch a screening of the CNN program “Unwelcome: The Muslims Next Door,” about the trials of a Muslim community to expand its mosque in Tennessee.



Yeah, I know, my reaction too was “WTF?
For starters, Ten Commandments, if I’m not mistaken, instruct you “Do not kill”, whereas Sharia makes it an obligation for the faithful to kill infidels.


Obama: Opposing Mosques Could be a Federal Crime

October 19, 2010

In the past Tennessee Lt. Governor has stated that we need to face the threat of Sharia Law in America, and hundreds of non-Muslims have come out in protest against this proposed Mosque. But none of that matters to Obama and his gang, as here they come to save the day and help advance a religion/ideology that clearly goes against the freedoms of America. I thought you guys were supposed to help the country, not hurt it.

Feds: opposing Tennessee mosque could be a crime
Richard A. Serrano, Reporting from Washington
October 18, 2010
Washington….The Obama administration, for the second time in two months, interjected itself Monday into an angry local dispute over a proposed Islamic center, warning local officials that opposing the mosque could violate the civil rights of its members and become a federal crime.
The Department of Justice filed court papers Monday in support of construction of a Murfreesboro, Tennessee mosque, saying local Muslims were protected by the First Amendment right to free exercise of religion and disputing opponents claims that Islam is not a valid religion.
In August, President Obama drew fire from conservatives and many New Yorkers when he said people have the right to build a mosque on private properly. The statement so inflamed his detractors that the next day the president stressed he was not necessarily endorsing the proposed Islamic center near Ground Zero in New York.
In the Tennessee matter, the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro is attempting to build new facilities outside of town to accommodate its growing congregation. It purchased 15 acres for a new 10,000-square foot center, with a worship house, school, a gym and swimming pool. The surrounding area would include a pavilion and cemetery.

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I would like to see if the complaint actually states why Islam should not be recognized as a religion. It is called Sharia Law.