As the influence of Sharia law continues to rise internationally, one Australian lawmaker recently made it clear that she has no patience for Muslims who seek to replace national law with religious edicts.
“Anybody that supports Sharia law in Australia should not have the right to vote, should not be given government handouts and should probably pack up their bags and get out of here.”
Sen. Jacqui Lambie went on to bemoan the fact that veterans in her country are being deployed without adequate rehabilitation while Sharia advocates receive generous benefits at the expense of taxpayers.
Sharia law is the law of extremists and terrorists. Why should we allow sharia law supporters a vote or receive public funds?
— Jacqui Lambie (@LambieJacqui) September 15, 2014
Certain areas of Australia have already emboldened radical Islamists by limiting access to products banned within the faith. This phenomenon was reportedly on display in Sydney when a fast food employee was caught on tape reacting to a customer’s request for bacon.
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Similar provisions are emerging across Europe and, in preparation for an attempt to spread Sharia law in the U.S., a number of states have taken the proactive step of passing legislation outlawing the consideration of foreign law in American courtrooms.
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