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MISSISSIPPI BAN FOREIGN LAW

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MISSISSIPPI BAN FOREIGN LAW

Post  Admin on Wed 11 Feb 2015, 2:09 am

MISSISSIPPI Legislature approves bill banning use of all foreign (especially Islamic sharia law) in state courts
sharia-lawThe Mississippi Legislature voted 116-1 to pass House Bill 177 on Monday, which would ban use of foreign (Islamic sharia) law.
JURIST.ORG  It also voted 78-37 for House Bill 490, which would ban Mississippi governments from adopting sustainable development principles as in Agenda 21 a non-binding 1992 United Nations declaration. At least five other states have passed laws against Agenda 21.
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Opponents to the non-binding declaration argue that it may inhibit property rights or other freedoms. House Bill 177 aims to protect constitutional rights including “due process, freedom of religion, speech, or press, and any right of privacy or marriage.”
Although not specifically identified in the bill, critics claim it targets Sharia. Both measures reflect Republican concerns about improper foreign and international influence on American affairs.
“Sharia enters U.S. courts through the practice of comity to foreign law.  This happens, for example, when a judge decides to allow the use of say, Pakistani or Saudi family law (Shariah) in a dispute between Pakistanis or Saudis. 

For every case in this sample drawn from published appellate legal cases, there are innumerable cases at the trial level that remain unnoticed except by the participants.  Thus, this report is a only a sample of possible cases – a ‘tip of the iceberg’ – of legal cases involving Sharia in local, state and federal courts.”

The report continues on with a summary of fifty cases from twenty-three states that have also rendered up rulings based upon Sharia law and not US or state law.  And they firmly believe that these are only the tip of the iceberg of a trend that is permeating through the American judicial system.
In one instance, the study reported on the case of a New Jersey woman who filed for a restraining order against her husband because of spousal abuse. 
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http://www.barenakedislam.com/2015/02/07/mississippi-legislature-approves-bill-banning-use-of-all-foreign-especially-islamic-sharia-law-in-state-courts/
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