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Texas Law Maker Makes Brilliant Move Against The Islamic Refugees In His State


One Texas lawmaker is taking a stand against Islamic Sharia Law in his State!

You won’t believe what he is doing to put an END to the radical Islam. THIS IS GOD’S COUNTRY!

VIA| While in other religions, a believer is free to follow his or her own conviction in making the difficult decision to leave the faith, Muslims do not have that right.

Islamic law dictates that the abandonment of the faith, “apostasy,” is a religious “crime” against Allah – one of six such acts serious enough to warrant the death penalty.

Even more concerning is that the act of abandonment need not merely be leaving the faith for religious reasons to convert to Christianity, Judaism or even to become an agnostic or atheist.

Mere questioning of any tenet of the Islamic faith, mocking Allah or worshiping idols also constitute apostasy.

But in keeping with the attitude fostered by the Obama administration that anything relating to the Islamic faith be above question or criticism, a Texas lawmaker is coming under fire for taking steps to protect Muslims who have left the faith and may be subject to harsh penalties for their apostasy.

Republican state Rep. Kyle Biedermann has asked the leaders in mosques to pledge support for the “safety” for Texas Muslims who are no longer practicing.

The request came in a mailed survey mailed in his district that lies west of Austin and north of San Antonio.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group with close ties to the radical Muslim Brotherhood, released a statement saying it instructed imams and other mosque leaders to “ignore” the survey.

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1 Comment

  1. nova

    January 24, 2017 at 12:59 pm

    Take their signs and hit them with it as they are arrested for supporting threats against americans !!!!!Then DEPORT THEM !!!!

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