Obama’s Justice Department Promotes Sharia Compliance for Philadelphia Schools


Once again we see the principle reinforced: wherever the practices of an American school or business conflict with Islamic law and practice, the non-Muslim practice has to give way. There is never any compromise, any accommodation from the Muslim side; it is all one-way. And once again, Obama’s DoJ is ready to sue to force Sharia compliance upon a non-Muslim entity — in this case, the Philadelphia School District. One thing you can say about Obama: he is consistent. He sides with pro-Sharia Islamic supremacists every time.beard“U.S. Justice Dept. sues Philly school district over beard-length rule,” Philly.com, March 5, 2014 (thanks to Mick):

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the School District of Philadelphia, claiming a rule regulating the length of employees’ beards constitutes religious discrimination.

According to the suit filed Wednesday, the district in October 2010 instituted a new grooming policy preventing school police officers and security guards from having beards longer than a quarter of an inch.

School police officer Siddiq Abu-Bakr maintained an untrimmed beard for the 27 years he worked at the district, the suit states. Abu-Bakr is a member of the Islamic faith, which he says requires that he not cut his beard.

When Abu-Bakr notified his supervisor his religious beliefs precluded him from complying with the new policy, he was allegedly issued a written reprimand cautioning that continued violation of the rule would result in “further disciplinary action.”

Though, according to the suit, Abu-Bakr provided district officials with a letter from his imam confirming his religion prohibited him from trimming his beard, the district allegedly responded his request was outweighed by “the integrity of the policy.”

The lawsuit claims the district failed to consider Abu-Bakr’s request for “reasonable accommodation” to its grooming policy. The district instead denied the request without showing that complying would cause undue hardship, according to the suit.

Prosecutors said Abu-Bakr filed a religious discrimination charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which referred the matter to the Justice Department after determining there was reasonable cause to support the allegation.

Through the suit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States is seeking that the district be required to create new grooming policies that don’t discriminate against employees. The lawsuit is also seeking monetary damages for Abu-Bakr and others who are similarly situated.

“No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living,” Spencer Lewis Jr., district director of the EEOC’s Philadelphia District Office, said in a statement. “Modifying a dress or grooming code is a reasonable accommodation that enables employees to keep working without posing an undue hardship on the employer.”

Representatives of the School District of Philadelphia could not be immediately reached for comment Wednesday night.

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  • Nelson Stanley

    Let our children now be exposed to the Lice and filth of the Sharia cancer !! Child molesters,mentally ill moslems who cannot deal with MODERNITY and the IDEA that women are the equal in GODS universe of Balance and love !!

  • Sayaki

    Last I knew, religion wasn’t allowed in school anymore… They should have to abide by any and every rule that all other American’s do…

  • ad

    no one wants to see that ugly beard! this is rediculous…shave or go home to ur own country

  • Melanie Schielder

    at no place in the Quran does it dictate the men to never trim or cut their beards, the same thing goes for the Hijab and Burqui, it’s not in the Quran, it’s BS Islamics further pressing islam Sharia Laws onto Americans and America by frivolous law suites with their 7th Century ass backwards BS cult ideology

  • Betty4440

    they are to lazy to shave. and he want’s money? he wants to help in buying his bomb making supply’s all he is after. have you notice ever time they sue they want money? lots of money. this should be checked out. first he still has his job right? pay his court cost and attorney fee plus $1.00 no more see how fast they stop this crap.

  • http://sdcj.wordpress.com Rev. David P. McAfee

    I suppose the nudist cults will be pushing their agenda in the public sphere next.

    • AZ

      Nudist are a blessing compared to islamist. You know that. Nusdists don’t kill!
      Get real !!!

  • borgerboy

    “No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living,” – Yet this is exactly what’s happening to the bakers and photographers around the country refusing to serve the “gays”. Aren’t the “gays” interfering with these people “earning a living”?? Double Standard, I guess….

    • Calvinius

      No, you buffoon, it is not. There is no tenet of Christianity that says you can’ do business with sinners.

      • bobmead1960

        Nothing says you have too either. Business is done with those you want to do business with in life. If you don’t want to do work for somebody say you are too busy and move on. Gays just want to sue. Why would a gay person want a cake from a Christian anyways. That’s like me asking a gay person to bake for my Christian wedding. They could turn it down and I would just find another baker and probably I would have been wise enough not to ask them in the first place. Goo day

  • Mark McDonald

    I had to do some research on Islam and beards and they are not allowed to trim the beard once it grows.

    Nothing divides a country more that Islam and Obama

  • disqus_a1qzhygng0

    And yet Christian teachers could not mention ‘Christmas” Double standards Mr Lewis?

  • madeuce42

    Obama needs them We don’t need them We don’t need Obama and this administration either

  • got243kids

    The petty pompous prevaricator lost a crucial vote to appoint a radical anti-American to the civil rights division of the DOJ… I see retribution from his VBF cohort Eric is swift.

    Dangerous times.

  • Scott Leger

    their religion also says its ok to marry children and mandates killing of non believers, we gonna allow thAT ? they are not mandated to never shave or trim their beard , they just seeing what we will allow.

    • AZ

      They’re narcistic and oversexed. That explains their high reproduction factor and misogynistic treatment of the other sex.

      • Scott Leger

        well, they cant listen to music, drink, look at women, have a fried pork chop, not much else cept, humping the family goat and sticking things in their butts, which seems to be a popular form of punishmnet for some reason.

  • St. Michael Defend Us

    “No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living,” Since when? I worked at a facility which operated 7 days a week. Most shifts rotated, if possible. People who felt they could not work on Sunday could not work. There were evenng and night shifts, too, in some jobs, and people who could not work Friday evening or on Saturday could not work, either. It really was not because the management was unsympathetic, but, it had to be this way in order to be fair to ALL the employees. Who is to say that one person’s preference is more valid than another person’s? Except, we see, in the case of muslims!

    (In the case of security and police, I can see long beards being a real safety issue. If something bad happens to the officer himself, all the students and teachers are at greater risk as a result.)

    • afftongrown

      It’s just that NOONE else made such an issue of it before the muslims came to this country. They’re using it mostly as an excuse to wager law suits against the companies and walk way with large winnings. Seeing it more and more! Have you ever heard of a Jewish person suing because he/she was expected to work on what they constitute their Sabbath? No!

  • Gleaner1

    ” Religion has nothing to do with the business of the state “. Mr M A Jinnah
    Founder of Pakistan at his first Presidential address to the Constituent Assembly
    11 August 1947.

    • AZ

      When are your eyes opened to realize what islam really means ?

      EVERYTHING will change if this ideology prevails. For the worse !!!

    • bobmead1960

      So do plumbers, teaches, CEO’s, companies, unions, carpenter, insurance agents, real estate, car business, oil companies have any say in government? Anybody and everybody has a place in government. It is we the people, not all the people but _______________ (someone).

    • bobmead1960

      Isn’t Pakistan the country that just cut off people’s hands for stealing, stoned to death a 15 yea old girl for being on facebook. Stoned to death a couple for adultery. I would say they are still in the stone age. But if that’s what you like go for it. I thought Puritans founded America, not Ghandi. That’s why we have Christian values not Islam like Pakistan.

  • bobmead1960

    Obuma wants to defend Islam, but not Christianity, but he says he’s a Christianity. This = oxymoron. BS = Barack Sucks!

    • afftongrown

      Obama made the statement he would stand with them!

      • Calvinius

        No, he didn’t.

        • bobmead1960

          You seem to want to defend Islam or Obuma/ maybe both. So which is it and why?

          • Calvinius

            What I want to do, and will continue to do, is call out liars like afftongrown on their lies. Obama never said anything of the sort.

          • TheSotSays

            It would work better if you learned to tell the truth yourself.

        • TheSotSays

          Yes he did!

          • Calvinius

            It’s amazing how you’re always wrong about everything.

          • TheSotSays

            I don’t know why you refer to it as amazing. You left wing trolling flakes tell EVERYONE they’re wrong!

    • AZ

      When are your eyes opened to realize what islam really means ?
      EVERYTHING will change if this ideology prevails. For the worse !!!

      • bobmead1960

        I am writing a book about God, proving the 5 major religions wrong or one is right, and Islam vs. Christianity – which is right.

    • YouHateMe

      He said he was a muslim before Stephy corrected his lying asz for him.

    • Calvinius

      You = moron.

  • AZ

    I hope this is a nightmare. I love to wake up from it very fast !

  • Allan L

    Really?? He wouldn’t get one micron farther if he was employed in the oil patch and had to wear a gas mask. Dumb crunt.

  • politiciansallsuck

    “No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living,” Spencer Lewis Jr., district director of the EEOC’s Philadelphia District Office, said in a statement…..

    So does this mean that a bakery is allowed to not bake a cake for a gay couple if it violates the religious holdings of the bakers? Looks like we have set some precedent being set here!!!!

    • Ian

      Great question here, or to work on a Sunday! Let’s make a mockery of the statements made and start playing with the system to show it’s one sidedness.

    • Calvinius

      There is no religion in which baking a cake for gay people violates any of its tenets.

      • politiciansallsuck

        yes there is…but your ignorance defines you, so you will argue all day to be right..so there you go.. your right in your mind. my religion says to separate from the sinners. but you wouldn’t know anything about that.

        • Calvinius

          Apparently your religion isn’t Christianity, then. Because one of the most basic tenets of Christianity is that everyone is a sinner.

          • Jim

            The cake issue was that the Christian felt it would violate his conscience to play any part in the “celebrating” of sinful behavior. It had nothing to do with sinners. It had to do with “celebrating” sin. To him baking a cake for a bunch of people celebrating what God says is sin would offend his conscience. He has a right to not go against his conscience. If people want to openly indulge in sinful behavior that is up to them but they have no right to be offended when people refuse to help them celebrate sin.

  • Maranatha

    They are at least three monsters making a lot of damage in this country
    The ‘abid’ in the white house..
    The ‘abid’ head of the DOJ..
    Valerie Jarret…
    Time will tell who is the worst….
    Maybe the IDGAF*** voter….??

  • MerriAnn McLain

    This is a rather tricky question: freedom of religion in a publicly funded venue which (theoretically) cannot be pro- or anti-. I am curious how the ‘grooming’ policy affects the Christian and Jewish employees?

  • lonestar

    Only this “religion” gets the special treatment. So glad I moved out of Philadelphia in the 3rd grade.

  • rightffielder

    TRIM his beard OFF AT THE NECK !!! Problem solved!!!

  • Howdy Doody

    Go home.

  • katekastorff

    When a muzlim woman dies and goes to heaven, does she get 72 Virginians to screw her? I hope so, cause that’s what she’s gonna get when they bring that shria shit to the south…

  • Spanabama

    Religion and employment should have nothing to do with each other. This crap is REALLY getting out of hand. What the hell has happened to this country?????

    • YouHateMe

      Liberals and muslims. Need I say more?

  • BooBooGirl

    More people need to pray for America to get rid of this. It’s not going away on it’s own. It’s futile to fight hate with hate.

  • minted

    good grief! Look at those ugly animals!

  • John Hickey

    This article is religious bigotry pretending to be a political position. All Americans have the right to have their religious practices respected. As long as those practices don’t violate law or public policy, both private and public employers are required to accommodate those religious practices unless the accommodation puts an undue burden on the employer. That’s the law for all Americans, not just for those whose religion you like.

    • YouHateMe

      Naïve, short sided fool. If Sharia is implemented you will regret defending the moon god cult AKA ‘Islam’. Islam is a cult founded by a evil man who in his whole life never accomplished anything GOOD, WHOLESOME or HOLY. Islam is nothing more than spiritual wickedness from the pit of Hell, and if you believe that muslims are going to stop with schools you are insane.“Divinely approved thuggery
      There is no room for conscience in Islam; any personal ideas of right or wrong are heretical. Right and wrong are determined solely by what Mohammed did or said. Mohammed is the ‘Perfect Man’ and role model for all Muslims for all time.

      Therefore, the objective of every jihadist is to become a ruthless, mindless robotic clone of Mohammed, a killing machine programmed to react in the way that he would. There is no morality to be found in Islam, just a set of conditioned responses and endlessly repetitive obsessive-compulsive rituals around tribal totems, taboos and mumbo-jumbo, which serve to further retard the clones’ critical mental faculties.

      And just as the psychopath Mohammed murdered, raped, tortured, plundered and lied to spread his cult, driven by his all-consuming need to dominate , so his modern clones do the same, including the torture, rape and mass-murder of children – all done without the slightest feelings of guilt or remorse in the knowledge that they are pleasing to Allah.’

      • John Hickey

        Your grandchildren will be so proud of you.

        • YouHateMe

          Why do your ilk bring offspring into the fray, as if they would not be of like mind? Hmm? The last default position is to corrupt the children?? Hmm? You are filth.

      • nku736

        Way to not address a single word of what he said.

        There’s nothing that I like less than Islam, but in this case the Officer has a right to exercise his religious customs.

        You can wear a beard, a mustache, you can believe in God, Allah, Buddha or Mickey Mouse, just do your damn job and follow the rules. That’s America, bro.

        • YouHateMe

          You have lost focus. America was founded by people who acknowledged the God of the Bible as our foundation. And cults do not fit that mold, nor should they dictate to employers work place safety or hygiene. Let the guy wear his eight inch long beard on an assembly line and watch his head get crushed. Who cares? Lol People like you are the cause of the degradation of our formerly prosperous and wholesome culture. I addressed his myopia in my comment because he, like you, do not understand the onslaught of deception you swallow everyday by accepting falsehood into your lives. But Mickey Mouse, Buddha, Mithras, Mammon, Abaddon, Belial, Leviathan, Apollyon, Beelzebub, Baal, Murdoch, Zeus, Lucifer or whomever you call god will not save you in this world or in the end.

          • Calvinius

            No, it was not. The Bible and God are most certainly not what the United States was founded on. It was founded on the principle of secularism.

          • TheSotSays

            Well Calvin, can you tell us how your brilliant Moolah mind reconciles secularism with the many fine examples we have of muxlim extremist terrorism?

          • YouHateMe

            Uhm, many of the founders acknowledged GOD as inspirational and a basis for law making in our young nation. How do your think the Declaration says what it says??? You are ignorant and a liar. Get some damn education outside of your union thug pubic school classroom.

            John Adams

            We electors have an important constitutional power placed in our hands; we have a check upon two branches of the legislature . . . the power I mean of electing at stated periods [each] branch. . . . It becomes necessary to every [citizen] then, to be in some degree a statesman, and to examine and judge for himself of the tendency of political principles and measures. Let us examine, then, with a sober, a manly . . . and a Christian spirit; let us neglect all party [loyalty] and advert to facts; let us believe no man to be infallible or impeccable in government any more than in religion; take no man’s word against evidence, nor implicitly adopt the sentiments of others who may be deceived themselves, or may be interested in deceiving us.

            [John Adams, The Papers of John Adams, Robert J. Taylor, ed. (Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1977), Vol. 1, p. 81, from “‘U’ to the Boston Gazette” written on August 29, 1763.]

            Samuel Adams

            Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.

            [Samuel Adams, The Writings of Samuel Adams, Harry Alonzo Cushing, editor (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1907), Vol. IV, p. 256, in the Boston Gazette on April 16, 1781.]

            Nothing is more essential to the establishment of manners in a State than that all persons employed in places of power and trust be men of unexceptionable characters. The public cannot be too curious concerning the character of public men.

            [Samuel Adams, The Writings of Samuel Adams, Harry Alonzo Cushing, editor (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1907), Vol. III, p. 236-237, to James Warren on November 4, 1775.]

            Matthias Burnett

            Consider well the important trust . . . which God . . . [has] put into your hands. . . . To God and posterity you are accountable for [your rights and your rulers]. . . . Let not your children have reason to curse you for giving up those rights and prostrating those institutions which your fathers delivered to you. . . . [L]ook well to the characters and qualifications of those you elect and raise to office and places of trust. . . . Think not that your interests will be safe in the hands of the weak and ignorant; or faithfully managed by the impious, the dissolute and the immoral. Think not that men who acknowledge not the providence of God nor regard His laws will be uncorrupt in office, firm in defense of the righteous cause against the oppressor, or resolutly oppose the torrent of iniquity. . . . Watch over your liberties and privileges – civil and religious – with a careful eye.

            [Matthias Burnett, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Norwalk, An Election Sermon, Preached at Hartford, on the Day of the Anniversary Election, May 12, 1803 (Hartford: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1803), pp. 27-28.]

            Frederick Douglass

            I have one great political idea. . . . That idea is an old one. It is widely and generally assented to; nevertheless, it is very generally trampled upon and disregarded. The best expression of it, I have found in the Bible. It is in substance, “Righteousness exalteth a nation; sin is a reproach to any people” [Proverbs 14:34]. This constitutes my politics – the negative and positive of my politics, and the whole of my politics. . . . I feel it my duty to do all in my power to infuse this idea into the public mind, that it may speedily be recognized and practiced upon by our people.

            [Frederick Douglass, The Frederick Douglass Papers, John Blassingame, editor (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982), Vol. 2, p. 397, from a speech delivered at Ithaca, New York, October 14th, 1852.]

            Charles Finney

            [T]he time has come that Christians must vote for honest men and take consistent ground in politics or the Lord will curse them. . . . Christians have been exceedingly guilty in this matter. But the time has come when they must act differently. . . . Christians seem to act as if they thought God did not see what they do in politics. But I tell you He does see it – and He will bless or curse this nation according to the course they [Christians] take [in politics].

            [Charles G. Finney, Lectures on Revivals of Religion (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1868), Lecture XV, pp. 281-282.]

            James Garfield

            Now more than ever the people are responsible for the character of their Congress. If that body be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness, and corruption. If it be intelligent, brave, and pure, it is because the people demand these high qualities to represent them in the national legislature. . . . [I]f the next centennial does not find us a great nation . . . it will be because those who represent the enterprise, the culture, and the morality of the nation do not aid in controlling the political forces.

            [James A. Garfield, The Works of James Abram Garfield, Burke Hinsdale, editor (Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883), Vol. II, pp. 486, 489, “A Century of Congress,” July, 1877.]

            Francis Grimke

            If the time ever comes when we shall go to pieces, it will . . . be . . . from inward corruption – from the disregard of right principles . . . from losing sight of the fact that “Righteousness exalteth a nation, but that sin is a reproach to any people” [Proverbs 14:34]. . . .[T]he secession of the Southern States in 1860 was a small matter with the secession of the Union itself from the great principles enunciated in the Declaration of Independence, in the Golden Rule, in the Ten Commandments, in the Sermon on the Mount. Unless we hold, and hold firmly to these great fundamental principles of righteousness, . . . our Union . . . will be “only a covenant with death and an agreement with hell.”

            [Rev. Francis J. Grimke, from “Equality of Right for All Citizens, Black and White, Alike,” March 7, 1909, published in Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence, Alice Moore Dunbar, editor (New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 2000), pp. 246-247.]

            Alexander Hamilton

            A share in the sovereignty of the state, which is exercised by the citizens at large, in voting at elections is one of the most important rights of the subject, and in a republic ought to stand foremost in the estimation of the law.

            [Alexander Hamilton, The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Harold C. Syrett, ed. (New York, Columbia University Press, 1962), Vol III, pp. 544-545.]

            John Jay

            Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation, to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.

            [John Jay, The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, Henry P. Johnston, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1890), Vol. IV, p. 365.]

            The Americans are the first people whom Heaven has favored with an opportunity of deliberating upon and choosing the forms of government under which they should live.

            [John Jay, The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, Henry P. Johnston, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1890), Vol. I, p. 161.]

            Thomas Jefferson

            The elective franchise, if guarded as the ark of our safety, will peaceably dissipate all combinations to subvert a Constitution, dictated by the wisdom, and resting on the will of the people.

            [Thomas Jefferson, The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Albert Bergh, ed. (Washington: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1903), Vol. 10, p. 235.]

            [T]he rational and peacable instrument of reform, the suffrage of the people.

            [Thomas Jefferson, The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Paul Leicester Ford, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1905), Vol. 12, p. 136.]

            [S]hould things go wrong at any time, the people will set them to rights by the peaceable exercise of their elective rights.

            [Thomas Jefferson, The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Paul Leicester Ford, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1905), Vol. 10, p. 245.]

            William Paterson

            When the righteous rule, the people rejoice; when the wicked rule, the people groan.

            [Supreme Court Justice William Paterson reminding his fellow justices of Proverbs 29:2. United States Oracle (Portsmouth, NH), May 24, 1800.]

            William Penn

            Governments, like clocks, go from the motion men give them; and as governments are made and moved by men, so by them they are ruined too. Wherefore governments rather depend upon men than men upon governments. Let men be good and the government cannot be bad. . . . But if men be bad, let the government be never so good, they will endeavor to warp and spoil it to their turn. . . .[T]hough good laws do well, good men do better; for good laws may want [lack] good men and be abolished or invaded by ill men; but good men will never want good laws nor suffer [allow] ill ones.

            [William Penn quoted from: Thomas Clarkson, Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William Penn (London: Richard Taylor and Co., 1813) Vol. I, p.303.]

            Daniel Webster

            Impress upon children the truth that the exercise of the elective franchise is a social duty of as solemn a nature as man can be called to perform; that a man may not innocently trifle with his vote; that every elector is a trustee as well for others as himself and that every measure he supports has an important bearing on the interests of others as well as on his own.

            [Daniel Webster, The Works of Daniel Webster (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1853), Vol. II, p. 108, from remarks made at a public reception by the ladies of Richmond, Virginia, on October 5, 1840.]

            Noah Webster

            In selecting men for office, let principle be your guide. Regard not the particular sect or denomination of the candidate – look to his character. . . . When a citizen gives his suffrage to a man of known immorality he abuses his trust; he sacrifices not only his own interest, but that of his neighbor, he betrays the interest of his country.

            [Noah Webster, Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing His Education to which is subjoined a Brief History of the United States (New Haven: S. Converse, 1823), pp. 18, 19.]

            When you become entitled to exercise the right of voting for public officers, let it be impressed on your mind that God commands you to choose for rulers, “just men who will rule in the fear of God.” The preservation of government depends on the faithful discharge of this duty; if the citizens neglect their duty and place unprincipled men in office, the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not for the public good so much as for selfish or local purposes; corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute the laws; the public revenues will be squandered on unworthy men; and the rights of the citizens will be violated or disregarded. If a republican government fails to secure public prosperity and happiness, it must be because the citizens neglect the divine commands, and elect bad men to make and administer the laws.

            [Noah Webster, History of the United States (New Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1832), pp. 336-337, �49.]

            John Witherspoon

            Those who wish well to the State ought to choose to places of trust men of inward principle, justified by exemplary conversation. . . .[And t]he people in general ought to have regard to the moral character of those whom they invest with authority either in the legislative, executive, or judicial branches.

            [John Witherspoon, The Works of John Witherspoon Edinburgh: J. Ogle, 1815), Vol. IV, pp. 266, 277.]

          • Calvinius

            Are you seriously trying to claim that Frederick Douglass was a founding father?

            BTW, you might want to check that list of yours again. Many of the statements you posted are from founding fathers making no mention whatsoever of God, the Bible or Christianity.

      • Calvinius

        Freedom of religion applies to all religions, not just the ones you like.

        BTW, that “moon god” BS has been comprehensively debunked. Get new material.

        • YouHateMe

          You have all the freedom to worship your religion as you like. When you work FOR ME you can’t wear a foot long beard because of health and safety. SEE?? Debunk this you naïve fool:“Dedication of the human sacrifice to the Moon God
          “Then the man pulled out a long knife and cut off Bigley’s head with the help of a group of masked men who shouted, “God is great!” in Arabic. This is actually incorrect. They shouted ‘Allahu Akhbar!’ which means ‘Allah is the Greatest’.
          However Allah cannot be the same as the Judeo-Christian God, because God forbade human sacrifice when Abraham tried to sacrifice Isaac. There are also warnings in the Old Testament about a moon-demon called Moloch who demands human sacrifice.
          This dedication of the slaughtered kafirs to Allah occurs again and again in Islamic attacks. The Fort Hood shooter shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he opened fire. [again ‘Allah’ is mistransalted as ‘God’]
          Note also in the following videos how the congregation shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ as the Kafir’s blood begins to flow.

          Please watch these and then tell me about peaceful minded folks, just going to mosque and wanting to be left alone to live in peace….http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/1322.htm“Predatory cult
          The difference between predatory cults such as Islam and real religions, is that a true religion attempts to bring out the best in people, whereas a predatory cult does the opposite.

          Muslims inhabit a different moral universe from the rest of us, where good is evil and evil is good, if it serves the purposes of Islam.

          While other religions teach goodwill to mankind, Islam teaches hostility to all non-members of the cult.

          Jesus, in the parable of the Good Samaritan, taught his followers to help all people in need, irrespective of their religion. Jews are commanded to be a light unto the nations. The Buddha taught compassion for all suffering beings.

          But in Islam, charity applies only to fellow Muslims, and in fact many Islamic charities are money-launderers for jihad.

          There is no Golden Rule in Islam. There is no place for conscience in Islam. Peel away the thin veneer of religiosity, and all you find is vicious, primitive, predatory tribalism.

          As well as the various forms of organized premeditated jihad, Muslims are psychologically primed to be opportunist jihadists, spontaneously attacking their prey like packs of hyenas as soon as they sense they have the numerical advantage. Islam legitimizes and encourages predatory attacks on infidels.

          This kind of spontaneous, opportunistic jihad is exemplified by the ‘Street Jihad’ attacks in Europe, and Islamic gang rapes such as that of Lara Logan.

          Most religions have a restraining influence on anti-social behavior, but Islam has precisely the opposite effect due to deliberate destruction of the conscience.

          Islam incites and excuses crime against infidels. Because of their arrogant sense of supremacy and automatic entitlement, Muslims regard infidels not as fellow human beings, but as walking opportunities for plunder , parasitism and rape .

          Islam is not a religion. It is an international criminal conspiracy like the Mafia .“Refute that and then give me your ‘all religions’ bull crap again.

          • Calvinius

            What’s “bull crap” is that you think the 1st Amendment guarantee of freedom of religion applies only to religions you deem good enough. And your crap about “Dedication of the human sacrifice to the Moon God” is something that you made up.

          • YouHateMe

            I didn’t make that up, moronic fool. The link is included in my comment if your dumb, ignorant arse could read? But hey, stay in darkness and filth, I cease to care about lost souls like you anymore. Enjoy the suck.

          • Calvinius

            The link you included gave no reference to “Dedication of the human sacrifice to the Moon God” or anything of the sort, you psychotic lying moron.

      • Guest

        Because allah is in reality Satan and Islam is his demon possessed army

      • Jim

        Because allah is in reality Satan and Islam is nothing more or less than Satan`s army of demonized and demon possessed people. Islam is a powerful spirit of extreme evil.

  • Pakinpastor

    Can we go back to the ancient ways? It used to be that if I took you to court for anything and I lost the case, the punishment I was seeking for you to receive, I would have to take. So none of the “frivolous” law suites would take place anymore if we did this.

  • famagosta

    the Qur’an and the sunnah go together to form the sharia law, for the muzzy the Prophet was the perfect man therefor his followers let grow their beards just to imitate him …

    they hate dogs because their prophet din’t liked dogs…the profet ordered his wives
    to cover themselves in front of strangers so his follers comply, it was and it is a copy & paste

  • thestormy

    And yet Christians can’t wear a cross around their neck or on a shirt. Crosses being removed from memorials. Our military can’t mention Jesus or God,chaplins can’t pray in the name of Jesus. Why? It offends muslim idiots & their false god.

    • Calvinius

      Funny how not one of those claims of yours is true.

      • thestormy

        Not funny that you are so uninformed or just refuse to admit the truth. Oh well, at their convention DemocRats did vote unanimously to remove God & Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel from the agenda. They did refuse fruit baskets from Christian church’s because they do not agree with their beliefs. Christians,conservatives,veterans,people who do not agree with this administrations views were put on the FBI terrorist watch list by Jamit Napoliclowno. How about the Ft. Hood terrorist being workplace violence? Your comrade and commie buddy sit in military prison getting full military pay and medical treatment,his special meals while the victims who survived have to beg for medical treatment?

        How about during the shutdown military Christian & Catholic Chapels were shut down during the Sequester? Did you hear of any muslim worship being restricted? NO,because it didn’t happen!!
        How about all of the law suits every year at Christmas over Nativity displays & Christmas trees? How about wearing a cross necklaces in the work place complaints from Atheist & muslims being offensive? You are really denying that all of that has happened?

        • Calvinius

          Yet more lies from you, I see. Democrats most certainly did not “vote unanimously to remove God & Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel from the agenda” and they did not “refuse fruit baskets from Christian church’s because they do not agree with their beliefs.” Likewise, “Christians,conservatives,veterans,people who do not agree with this administrations views” were not “put on the FBI terrorist watch”. No worship of any kind was “restricted” by the sequester, and the military doesn’t have “chapels”.

          So yes, I am denying that all of those things you made up have happened.

          • thestormy

            Fine by me that you continue to deny,it’s your freedom to do so. Do not step outside your little box. It’s your life,enjoy the few freedoms you have left while you still have then.

          • Calvinius

            And it’s your freedom to keep lying, a freedom I’m sure you’ll continue to exercise.

  • http://www.Ideacomark-la-tex.com stvjas

    it take the blood of Patriots defending freedom to clean this mess up, as it has gone on too long for a simple vote cure….imho

  • John

    rabies of religions
    Churchill compared
    Islam to the rabies virus ,
    which takes over the victim’s mind and reprograms him into a ruthless
    machine for its own propagation.

  • Jim McCormack

    This is Bull S–t. They’re doing this to get their way. Little by little the dirty thugs will have full Sharia law. Gays and Lesbians better watch out. Also nine year old girls for wedding. Also , they didn’t allow the Bakers, Florists, and Photographers to practice their religion. They got sued. Holder , Obama and the Commicrats are two faced ,one way bigots and Anti -American.

  • Calvinius

    Freedom of religion applies to everybody, including Muslims.

    Somehow I suspect that Ms Geller would have exactly the opposite position if it were an Orthodox Jew whose employer wanted to force him to shave his beard.

    • TheSotSays

      “Somehow I suspect,” says Calvin

      Calvin you’re as goofy as a Rahm Emanuel look alike

  • TheSotSays

    When you look at a goofy beard like that, you have to wonder what’s living in it.

    Nevertheless school “police officer” Siddiqui Ali Baba pushed it pretty hard for 27 years, so it’s about time he got a kick in the pants. And it’s time he grew up.

    “A note from his Imam,” what a joke. I wonder why he didn’t bring the school district a note from his mommy.