BNI Readers, Florida is one step away from signing the anti-sharia bill into law. It could be stopped by a governor’s veto as happened in Missouri, so please email Gov. Rick Scott, encouraging him to sign the bill. It only takes a few seconds at the link below and you don’t have to be a Florida resident.
Please urge Florida Governor Rick Scott to sign into law legislation titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts (SB 386).
Click here to send your email to Governor Rick Scott.
The Florida Senate and House have approved the legislation titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts (SB 386) which would prohibit Florida courts from considering some provisions of Sharia and other foreign laws. The full senate amended SB 386, titled it Application of Foreign Law in Courts and voted 24 to 14 to approve the new language on April 28, 2014 session. The house voted 78 to 40 in favor of the amended senate version SB 386 titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts during the April 30, 2014 session.
Please note that Representative Carl F. Zimmerman (D) vote was changed to Yes, Representative Betty Reed (D) vote was changed to No, Representative Jake Raburn (R) vote was recorded as Yes and Representative Cynthia Stafford (D) vote was recorded as No after the roll call vote. Representative Zimmerman states his roll call vote was recorded in error and correction was noticed within minutes. Click here to see full vote and vote changes and corrections.
The approved legislation titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts (SB 386) is headed for Florida Governor Rick Scott’s approval.
Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that encourages Governor Rick Scott to sign into law the legislation titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts (SB 386.)
To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the “Send Your Message” button. You may also edit the subject or message text if you wish.
Please click here to send your email to Florida Governor Rick Scott.
Middle Eastern Islamists deployed cyber-attack on Floridafamily.org in failed attempt to stop email
campaign that urges Florida Governor Rick Scott to approve anti-Sharia legislation.
Please urge Florida Governor Rick Scott to approve SB 386.Click here to send your email to Governor Rick Scott.
Islamists must really be annoyed that SB 386 has passed both the Florida senate and House and is awaiting Governor Rick Scott’s approval. Looks like some serious Middle Eastern interests do not want Sharia restricted in the United States of America.
Florida Family Association sent out an email alert Midnight, Sunday, May 4, 2014 that encouraged supporters to send emails urging Florida Governor Rick Scott to approve legislation titled Application of Foreign Law in Courts (SB 386) which would prohibit Florida courts from considering some provisions of Sharia and other foreign laws.
Shortly after Florida Family Association released the email alert Middle Eastern Islamists deployed a cyber-attack from hundreds of IP addresses falling with the range of IP addresses posted below:
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This was a united effort by dozens of Islamists in several countries. Florida Family Association webmaster, Steve Ensley, reported that between 25 to 35 individuals deployed internet probes in an attempt gain access and shutdown Floridafamily.org. Thanks to Mr. Ensley’s security measures the cyber-attack failed. This is not the first time Islamists have launched probes against Floridafamily.org. Rest assured that all sensitive information is adequately secured.
Ahmed Bedier’s United Voices and Emerge-USA were the two main organizations that opposed SB 386.
Ahmed Bedier of UnitedVoices has lead opposition to anti-Sharia legislation in Florida for several years. Ahmed Bedier, radical Islamist Hamas/Hezbollah-supporter’s Muslim Brotherhood-linked brother was been killed byEgyptian security forces.
Muslim Advocate Organization
Mark Flynn, Emerge-USA
lobbyist, excoriated Floridafamily.org before the Rules Committee and said“everyone in Tampa knows that David
Caton is a racist…”
Florida Family Association is not alleging or implying that anyone specifically was responsible for the cyber-attack on Floridafamily.org. The above information simply points out the forces that directly opposed passage of SB 386.