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Should Muslims Be Allowed To Use Sharia Law In Pleading Their Cases Before US Judges?

In the past few days, we have seen a couple of instances in which Muslim refugee men have broken the law, gone before a judge, pleaded their case under their cultural background of Sharia Law, and then walk away from the courtroom free.

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In Australia, one young Muslim refugee was supposed to be held accountable for sexually assaulting eight young ladies. Instead, the judge let him off scot-free, citing the refugee’s “cultural difference.”

In Sweden, a 14 year old Muslim refugee had raped a young girl. Once again, he was let off the hook. In this particular case, the judge cited that he must have had “ADHD problems” and therefore could not understand the cultural meaning of the girl telling him no.

As you can see, western cultures around the world are now, in a slow but sure way, using Sharia law as their guide instead of their own rule of law. Should we allow this to happen in the United States?

Should Muslims Be Allowed To Use Sharia Law In Pleading Their Cases Before US Judges?

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