Muslim Brotherhood Front Group CAIR says proposed legislation which would make the practice of Shari’a Law a felony is unconstitutional and sends a message that “Tennesseans are intolerant.”
That’s exactly what this country needs, a lot more intolerance of Muslim demands.
Tennessee is among the growing list of states entering the debate on Shari’a law. Shari’a, or Islamic law, is a code of conduct governing all aspects of Muslim life, including family relationships, business dealings and religious obligations and something Muslims say they look to for moral guidance.
Republican Sen. Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro is sponsoring a bill that would make it felony to follow some versions of Shari’a, saying the bill is designed to stop terrorist acts at the earliest point.“My bill says when two or more people are working together collectively, which creates a Shari’a organization then at that point in time, we can move in and disassemble that organization within our state borders,” he explained.