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two-christians-beheaded-in-new-jersey-by-muslim-man-media-silent The Minority Report ^ | February 25, 2013 | Steve Foley
Posted on Monday, April 29, 2013 8:41:14 PM by yldstrk
Authorities in New Jersey allege a Muslim man beheaded two Coptic Christians, burying their bodies and heads and hands in separate graves near Philadelphia, bringing the horror of the persecution of Christians in Islamic nations to the United States.
According to New York’s WABC-TV, the Muslim was identified as Yusuf Ibrahim, 28. He was taken into custody after the bodies were found.
The report said investigators alleged Ibrahim killed the victims then severed their heads and hands, and buried the remains in the back yard of a home in Buena Vista, N.J.
The report said the victims were from the Coptic Christian community in the area. One of the victims had come from Egypt not many years ago.
While the report said police did not indicate a motive, friends of the victims wondered if it was something to do with religion.
(Excerpt) Read more at theminorityreportblog.com
There’s a website called Shariah 4 America that is calling for the destruction of the Statue of Liberty. I hate to drive any traffic to this site but you should read what they are saying. It will raise the hairs on your neck and send a chill down your spine. Here’s what they want to happen…
One of the founding principles of the Islamic constitution is to ensure that all sovereignty and supremacy belongs solely to God; the Shari’ah is a practical manifestation of this sovereignty and supremacy because it seeks to establish His command in society.
The status of a nation subsequently does not depend on its number, strength or technological advancement, but rather how much it submits to the commands of God. When a nation seeks to be free from such commands, then ultimately it will meet its destruction.
The Statue of Liberty, designed by Frederic Bartholdi, stands on Liberty Island in New York Harbor; representing Libertas, the Roman (false) goddess of Freedom, it is symbolic of the rebellious nature of the US constitution that elevates the command of man over the command of God.
In Islam, the public veneration of idols and statues is strictly prohibited. This has forced sincere Muslims to develop realistic plans that will aid in the removal of the Statue of Liberty.
Due to the scale of the task at hand, it is highly likely that rigorous safety checks will need to be employed before the demolition of the Statue of Liberty can commence; thus as a temporary measure, it is proposed that a large burkha is used to cover the statue, thereby shielding this horrendous eye sore from public view as well as sending a strong message to its French creators.
Post demolition, it is recommended that a minaret be built as a fitting replacement, allowing the glorification of God to be proclaimed daily as well as act as a powerful reminder of the superiority of Islam over all other ways of life.
This sounds to me like they are openly calling for a terrorist attack on our beloved Lady.
Note: Possible satire!
While recognizing that defendant had engaged in sexual relations with plaintiff against her expressed wishes in November 2008 and on the night of January 15 to 16, 2009, the judge did not find sexual assault or criminal sexual conduct to have been proven. He stated:
This court does not feel that, under the circumstances, that this defendant had a criminal desire to or intent to sexually assault or to sexually contact the plaintiff when he did. The court believes that he was operating under his belief that it is, as the husband, his desire to have sex when and whether he wanted to, was something that was consistent with his practices and it was something that was not prohibited. After acknowledging that this was a case in which religious custom clashed with the law, and that under the law, plaintiff had a right to refuse defendant’s advances, the judge found that defendant did not act with a criminal intent when he repeatedly insisted upon intercourse, despite plaintiff’s contrary wishes.
Having found acts of domestic violence consisting of assault and harassment to have occurred, the judge turned to the issue of whether a final restraining order should be entered. He found such an order unnecessary, vacated the temporary restraints previously entered in the matter and dismissed plaintiff’s domestic violence action….
The appellate court reversed, writing (among other things):
Defendant’s conduct in engaging in nonconsensual sexual intercourse was unquestionably knowing, regardless of his view that his religion permitted him to act as he did. As the judge recognized, the case thus presents a conflict between the criminal law and religious precepts. In resolving this conflict, the judge determined to except defendant from the operation of the State’s statutes as the result of his religious beliefs. In doing so, the judge was mistaken.
To help serve its Muslim members while adhering to their beliefs, North Jersey Federal Credit Union has designed an Islamic banking division.
Working closely with Islamic leaders and mosques to promote the new program, the $187 million CU in Totowa, N.J. is offering an NCUA-insured deposit program up to $500,000–$250,000 through the NCUA and an additional $250,000 through private Excess Share Insurance– that is consistent with the principles of Islamic law or sharia. Under sharia, Muslims are prohibited from engaging in interest payments on loans and other financial products.
Through a partnership with New England Financial, North Jersey FCU is offering Shariah Mutual Funds, in addition to sharia-compliant mortgages and home refinancing. The CU also offers interest-free checking and savings accounts.
According to North Jersey FCU, the state is home to the second largest percentage of Muslims in the country. There are more than 700,000 Muslims in Bergen County, N.J. The CU serves nearly 30,000 members.
“Like many businesses in the North Jersey area, North Jersey Federal recognizes the importance of creativity and flexibility when serving an extremely diverse population, the CU said in a statement.