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  • Now lets imagine that another practice arose. . and it MAY

    It's also a religious practice.. in the same way that removing a womans external sex organs is accepted and practiced by .. Islamists.

    This will be fun !

    Especially for those extreme feminists, the ones who hate men and the "patriarchy" and all that, probably lesbians - "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bike."

    So a judge said that "the federal FGM ..(female genital mutilation)..law was unconstitutional."

    Yes, an American judge issued this ruling. It's an interesting ruling.

    I'm not 100 % sure, I'll go verify, but I'm almost 100% positive that the person, the judge issuing this ruling is MALE.

    Yes, here we have it;

    [ On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman threw out mutilation and conspiracy charges against all the defendants. He ruled that a 1996 federal law that bans female genital mutilation was unconstitutional because Congress didn’t have the power to regulate the behavior in the first place. ]

    https://www.apnews.com/41a21048d86d499bafa1c869b2a00c17

    So this ruling was issued by a male judge.

    This doesn't surprise me.

    But we now have a religious group that removes mens penises for religious reasons.

    It's no less barbaric and cruel than removing a girls outside sex organs with sharp objects.

    This judge cannot logically rule differently on this can he ? Though I'll bet he WOULD.

    A religious practice it is ! These days there are plenty of women that would probably support it !

    Women have been demanding equality .. equality in ALL WAYS ! If there are religious rites that condone removing a womans sex, there are now also rites that do the same to men. We now have full equality men !

    [ Friedman said in his ruling that states without laws specifically banning female genital mutilation can still prosecute the practice under laws that criminalize sexual battery and abuse.

    “No state offers refuge to those who harm children,” he wrote.

    But those abuse laws often don’t take the specific issues surrounding female genital mutilation into account, said George Zarubin, AHA’s executive director.

    “This is such an underground, secretive, barbaric practice,” Zarubin said. “I think the judge made a major mistake.
    ]

    Yes, it WAS a major mistake. A mistake brought on by the "diversity" crowd that is balkanizing America as fast and as hard as it can.

    I say this judge gets to be the first America male to experience the now accepted religious practice of forced removal of the penis.

    Equality !!

    [ Genital mutilation, also known as female circumcision or cutting, has been condemned by the United Nations. The World Health Organization says there is no health benefit to the procedure, and it can cause numerous health problems. The practice is common in parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East and is generally performed as a way of controlling a girl’s sexuality. ]

    It's "...generally performed as a way of controlling a girl’s sexuality."

    Oh even BETTER !

    Need we examine what sex it is in America that is guilty of most sex crimes ?

    This gives us even MORE reason to start male genital mutilation in America. It would be "...generally performed as a way of controlling a (boy)’s sexuality."

    I wonder how many rapes and molestations this would put a stop to ???

    Alright, enough about it.

    We either put a complete stop to this caveman bullshirt called "female genital mutilation," or we start allowing little boys sex organs to be removed.

    For equality !

    We have judges issuing rulings about how legal or illegal federally or state ... it is to cut off the sex organs of young girls ??

    What do we say ? How is it that this is even an issue in America ?

    Ask a local nitwit liberal who blathers mindlessly on about diversity and open borders.

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    • Now this from our wonderful "diversity" seekers.

      Bringing us "diversity" with those who . .

      ..slice off girls genitals, treat women like dogs, behead infidels, hijack and fly airplanes into our buildings, NOW they've entered our government.

      They get to wear their religious garb in Congress !

      So much for the mindless liberal chant of "separation of church and state" LOL

      "Nevermind that, we want to be 'inclusive and diverse.' The religion of submit by killing is great ! 'Separation of church and state' HAH, we all know that was used only when we found it useful to shut those dumb Christians up.'"

      -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Nancy Pelosi will move to repeal a 180-year rule prohibiting head coverings on the floor of Congress.

      A CNN anchor suggested two years ago that all American women wear the hijab in solidarity with Muslim women against a Trump presidency.

      Every liberal media outlet is celebrating the election of two Muslim women to Congress -- Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.

      ..they both wear the traditional hijab, ..Both women will be sworn in on the Koran, and Tlaib will wear a Palestinian robe to show she is firmly in the anti-Israel camp. What a surprise. By the way, it is interesting to note that Jews have served in Congress since the early 1800s and there has been no Jewish push to allow wearing the yarmulke.

      Ilhan Omar is an America-hating leftist who is using her religion to win sympathy as a victim.

      Muslims have not been victims of Americans.

      It is the other way around. Islamists killed 3000 of our people on 9/11 and have killed many more in other terrorist attacks. Yet, by her own admission, after 9/11, Omar did not start an anti-terrorist movement within Islam. She did not express mourning over the deaths of fellow citizens. Instead she played the Muslim victim and decided to start wearing her hijab to express pride in her Islamic identity.

      Having escaped war-torn Somalia to come to America, was she grateful to live in a nation of peace and prosperity? No. She says upon arrival in America, she was confronted with “my otherness” as a Muslim and black. She and her family were granted asylum, and her first impression is the “otherness” she feels?

      She is exactly the kind of immigrant we do not need -- a perfect ingrate.


      [ so we gave her a position in Congress ! Way to go America ! ]

      She was barely sworn in as a citizen when her resentment surfaced. “I think back to the [citizenship] orientations I went through a little over 20 years ago,” says Omar. “...they did not have people who were homeless... There was an America where prosperity was guaranteed...,” She added, “I wasn’t comfortable with that hypocrisy.”

      She should have failed her citizenship test. In America, it is up to each individual to make the most of our gifts and abilities. Our Constitution secures our God-given freedom and fundamental rights. No one is “guaranteed” prosperity.

      I remind her, Nancy Pelosi and the women of Congress that Islamic law enslaves women in a system of beating, rape, genital mutilation, honor killings and denial of education.

      Kamal Saleem, a former jihadist and member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Now a Christian, he confirms that Islam is not merely a religion, but a cultural, political, and military system of conquest through violence, stealth, or both. His mission was to undermine America’s way of life and demand submission to Sharia Law. Islam does not assimilate. It infiltrates. If there is any doubt about that, look at the crisis Europe is facing with its Muslim population.

      The end goal of Islam is all people living under a worldwide Islamic Caliphate. Any honest Muslim will admit that, but under the doctrine of taqiyya, lying to advance the cause of Islam is virtuous.

      ..


      https://www.americanthinker.com/arti...n_america.html

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      • Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
        Now this from our wonderful "diversity" seekers.

        Bringing us "diversity" with those who . .

        ..slice off girls genitals, treat women like dogs, behead infidels, hijack and fly airplanes into our buildings, NOW they've entered our government.

        They get to wear their religious garb in Congress !

        So much for the mindless liberal chant of "separation of church and state" LOL

        "Nevermind that, we want to be 'inclusive and diverse.' The religion of submit by killing is great ! 'Separation of church and state' HAH, we all know that was used only when we found it useful to shut those dumb Christians up.'"

        -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Nancy Pelosi will move to repeal a 180-year rule prohibiting head coverings on the floor of Congress.

        A CNN anchor suggested two years ago that all American women wear the hijab in solidarity with Muslim women against a Trump presidency.

        Every liberal media outlet is celebrating the election of two Muslim women to Congress -- Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.

        ..they both wear the traditional hijab, ..Both women will be sworn in on the Koran, and Tlaib will wear a Palestinian robe to show she is firmly in the anti-Israel camp. What a surprise. By the way, it is interesting to note that Jews have served in Congress since the early 1800s and there has been no Jewish push to allow wearing the yarmulke.

        Ilhan Omar is an America-hating leftist who is using her religion to win sympathy as a victim.

        Muslims have not been victims of Americans.

        It is the other way around. Islamists killed 3000 of our people on 9/11 and have killed many more in other terrorist attacks. Yet, by her own admission, after 9/11, Omar did not start an anti-terrorist movement within Islam. She did not express mourning over the deaths of fellow citizens. Instead she played the Muslim victim and decided to start wearing her hijab to express pride in her Islamic identity.

        Having escaped war-torn Somalia to come to America, was she grateful to live in a nation of peace and prosperity? No. She says upon arrival in America, she was confronted with “my otherness” as a Muslim and black. She and her family were granted asylum, and her first impression is the “otherness” she feels?

        She is exactly the kind of immigrant we do not need -- a perfect ingrate.


        [ so we gave her a position in Congress ! Way to go America ! ]

        She was barely sworn in as a citizen when her resentment surfaced. “I think back to the [citizenship] orientations I went through a little over 20 years ago,” says Omar. “...they did not have people who were homeless... There was an America where prosperity was guaranteed...,” She added, “I wasn’t comfortable with that hypocrisy.”

        She should have failed her citizenship test. In America, it is up to each individual to make the most of our gifts and abilities. Our Constitution secures our God-given freedom and fundamental rights. No one is “guaranteed” prosperity.

        I remind her, Nancy Pelosi and the women of Congress that Islamic law enslaves women in a system of beating, rape, genital mutilation, honor killings and denial of education.

        Kamal Saleem, a former jihadist and member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Now a Christian, he confirms that Islam is not merely a religion, but a cultural, political, and military system of conquest through violence, stealth, or both. His mission was to undermine America’s way of life and demand submission to Sharia Law. Islam does not assimilate. It infiltrates. If there is any doubt about that, look at the crisis Europe is facing with its Muslim population.

        The end goal of Islam is all people living under a worldwide Islamic Caliphate. Any honest Muslim will admit that, but under the doctrine of taqiyya, lying to advance the cause of Islam is virtuous.

        ..


        https://www.americanthinker.com/arti...n_america.html
        What are some of the first words from our Islamic "Congresswoman" ? ‘We’re Gonna Impeach the Motherf**ker.

        Our new headscarf wearing Islamist 'congresswomen' tells us;

        "“This is not just about Donald Trump. This is about all of us. What should we be as a nation? Who should we be as a people? In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise.

        She's right, it IS 'about all of us' and 'What should we be as a nation? Who should we be as a people?'

        She's wrong when she makes a case for impeaching a president based only on her dislike for him. The man has done nothing wrong.

        Other than win the presidency from hilary barf-bag clinton

        BUT

        They'll make up garbage like they did with Roy Moore and Brett Kavanaugh and drag it on forever in the media to weaken his presidency.

        It's all they have, it's all they can do, they're desperate, full of hatred and stupidity

        and

        Of course the Islamists want to sew even greater division and hate in America.

        What a surprise *yawns* In the name of "diversity" ... The congresswoman is one of the first Muslim women elected and is helping American politics become more diverse.

        Wonderful. Now we have another lowlife Islamist in high office in the Unites States government.

        And she has such a wonderful command of the English language and wants to show it off publicly !

        Making America "diverse" ... or something -rollseyes-

        ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Rashida Tlaib’s First Day in Congress: ‘We’re Gonna Impeach the Motherf**ker.’

        ..

        In the Detroit Free Press article, both Tlaib and Bonifaz argued that members of Congress “do not need to wait” until Mueller’s investigation is complete before attempting to impeach the president:

        Whether the president was directly involved in a conspiracy with the Russian government to interfere with the 2016 election remains the subject of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. But we do not need to wait on the outcome of that criminal investigation before moving forward now with an inquiry in the U.S. House of Representatives on whether the president has committed impeachable “high crimes and misdemeanors” against the state: abuse of power and abuse of the public trust. Each passing day brings new damage to the countless people hurt by this lawless president’s actions. We cannot undo the trauma that he is causing to our people, and this nation. Those most vulnerable to his administration’s cruelty are counting on us to act—act to remove the president and put this country on a path to true justice.

        .
        .. [ like president Obama did ? ]

        Tlaib and Bonifaz concluded the op-ed by straying from the moderate Democrats’ argument that impeachment of the president is unwarranted and dangerous in current times.

        “We are also now hearing the dangerous claim that initiating impeachment proceedings against this president is politically unwise and that, instead, the focus should now shift to holding the president accountable via the 2020 election. Such a claim places partisan gamesmanship over our country and our most vulnerable at this perilous moment in our nation’s history. Members of Congress have a sworn duty to preserve our Constitution. Leaving a lawless president in office for political points would be abandoning that duty,” Tlaib and Bonifaz argued. “This is not just about Donald Trump. This is about all of us. What should we be as a nation? Who should we be as a people? In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise.”


        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...Z4dmq79AVESIJY


        More

        Speaking to a crowd at a reception held by the progressive group MoveOn near Capitol Hill on Thursday night, the new Congresswoman made a sharply worded pledge

        Tlaib quoted her son telling her, “Mama, look, you won. Bullies don’t win.” And then she said, “’Baby, they don’t.’ Because we’re gonna go in there, we’re gonna impeach the motherfucker.”


        https://www.mediaite.com/online/new-...e-motherfcker/

        Freshly Sworn-in Dem Rep Wastes No Time Before Launching Vulgar Rant About Trump: ‘Impeach the Motherf**ker’

        The congresswoman is one of the first Muslim women elected and is helping American politics become more diverse.


        https://ijr.com/dem-rep-trump-impeac...jjbdn7o4sgvPOE

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        • Now that we've elected some followers of Islam into our government, do we not have an obligation to ask them some questions ?

          They work for us after-all.

          They're followers of a religion that's recently committed many horrendous acts against innocent people worldwide, including 9-11 right here..

          .. remember that event ? 9-11 ??

          Anyways, we have a right to know some things do we not ??

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          ....because our politically correct, left-leaning media will likely never ask, we feel obligated to pose several questions for these new congresspersons.

          I am confident they will want their fellow Americans to know how they stand on a number of important issues.

          The two women have just been sworn in as members of the 116th U.S. Congress. Here is the oath of office they were required to take.

          I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God."


          It’s already clear how they feel about America’s close ally, Israel.

          During her campaign, Omar said she did not support the hateful Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS), describing it as counterproductive to peace. Immediately after the election, she flipped. Her campaign office told Muslim Girl she supports BDS despite "reservations on the effectiveness of the movement in accomplishing a lasting solution."

          During her time in the Minnesota legislature, Omar referred to Israel as "the apartheid Israeli regime." She recommended that the University of Minnesota divest from Israel bonds and criticized a law intended to prohibit the BDS movement. In a 2012 tweet, she said Israel had “hypnotized the world” and was guilty of “evil doings.” Omar accused journalists of Islamophobia for reporting her statements.

          As for Tlaib, she openly supports punishing Israel economically in order to bring attention to issues of alleged racism and international human rights violations. “I personally support the BDS movement,” she said. Tlaib, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, supports a one-state solution: It has to be one state," she has said; two states for two peoples "does not work." She opposes United States aid to Israel.

          I suppose these positions are somewhat predictable, but what about other more fundamental issues that the media won’t touch?

          One of the nastiest aspects of Islam is the tradition in some places of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), a gruesome practice used to suppress female sexuality, typically found in African or fundamentalist Islamic societies.

          Genital mutilation of girls involves cutting out all or part of the clitoris. This disgusting practice is a common cultural or religious practice in some African countries including Sudan, Egypt, and Ilhan Omar’s country of birth, Somalia, although it has been outlawed by several international treaties. Even so, in 2017 two Muslim doctors in Michigan were arrested for carrying out this barbaric religious “rite of passage.”

          What is Omar’s position on this? Will she campaign to have it stopped? Will she denounce its use in Africa and the Middle East? What about Tlaib?

          Other women’s issues are important to Americans.

          The Qur’an says a husband has the right to “beat” a “disobedient wife.” (Qur’an 4:34).

          Have the two women ever been beaten by their husbands? Would they willingly accept it? Do they agree that Muslims wives are required to be “obedient?” Or, will Omar and Tlaib openly denounce this aspect of Islam?

          Under Islamic Sharia law, homosexuals are oppressed and killed.

          We’ve all seen the videos of blindfolded gay men being thrown off of buildings in the Middle East in the name of Allah.

          In addition, women are abused and forced to wear the hijab. Do the two new congresswomen believe Sharia law should be followed in any form in the US? Will they denounce the practice of Sharia Law as a challenge to constitutional law in the United States? Will they campaign against it? If not, why not?

          Islam teaches that blasphemers must be put to death.

          Apostates who leave Islam are subject to the death penalty. Mohammad said, "Whoever changes his Islamic religion, kill him. Those who reject Islam must be killed." Islamic law enforces dhimmi status on non-Muslims, prohibiting them from observing their religious practices publicly, raising their voices during prayer, ringing church bells, or saying anything considered "insulting to Islam." Islamic law relegates non-Muslims to "dhimmi" status, where they are forbidden to propagate their customs among Muslims and cannot display a cross, Christmas decorations or the Star of David. It would be useful for Omar and Tlaib to clarify their positions on these fundamental Islamic issues of tolerance, a key value of American culture.

          ISIS, Iran and other Muslim entities have declared themselves to be enemies of the US. Beyond that is the fundamental threat of traditional Islam to the concept of pluralistic democracy. In its widespread current form, with the explicit goal of a global caliphate under Sharia law, Islam must be regarded as an existential threat.

          Specific ways are needed to deal with an ideology that openly seeks to destroy Western civilization.

          What should be done to deal with this threat?

          What steps as American leaders will these two new Congresspersons take to defend our country and our Constitution? Will they insist that Islamic institutions formally and in practice reject violent jihad as a condition for tax-exempt status?

          Do the two new congresswomen believe that Islam needs to be reformed to more closely reflect the values of the country that they now represent in Congress?

          The generally accepted values of modern America stress a wide range of freedoms involving tolerance, speech, sexuality, and lifestyles, as well as equal rights for women and minorities and a long list of others. But much, if not all of this, is contrary to Islamic law.

          Linda Sarsour, a leading Muslim activist, once told the North American Islamic Society,
          “I hope that when we stand up to those who oppress our community struggling against tyrants and rulers that Allah will accept this as a form of jihad not only in the Middle East but here against the fascists, white supremacists and Islamophobes here and reigning in the White House. Our top priority is to protect and defend our community and not to assimilate and please any other people or authority. Our top priority is to please Allah and only Allah.”
          Could the two congresswomen please explain if their views are different from those of their friend Linda Sarsour and, if so, how?

          The Qur’an describes Muslims as “the best of peoples” (3:110) and non-Muslims as “the most vile of creatures” (98:6).

          Muslims are told not to take “Christians or Jews as friends, for they are friends only with each other.” Do Omar and Tlaib agree with the Qu’ran on this?

          If not, how do they plan to educate their fellow Muslims on this issue? Are they willing to denounce the Qu’ran on this issue? Are there other parts of the Qu’ran they disagree with? Or, are they firm believers?

          Of course, no matter what they say, we must remember that Muhammad was quoted in Sahih Bukhari, the most authoritative Hadith collection, at 52:269 -- “War is deceit." Lying is permitted to deceive an "enemy." The Qur'an defines the "enemy" as "disbelievers." Ahh, what to believe? Who to believe?


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