US Lawmakers Introduce a Bill to Ban Sharia laws - Muslims are outraged



Republicans in an Idaho House panel were once against the agreement to introduce the law of anti-Sharia law designed to prevent Idaho courts from making decisions based on Islamic or other foreign legal codes. According to the law of the sharia in Saudi Arabia and Iran: - There is no freedom of religion or freedom of speech. - There is no equality between people (non-Muslim is not equal to Muslim). - There are no equal rights for men and women. - There is no democracy or a separation between religion and state politics. Sharia does not apply to the United States Constitution.





Every Western country must adopt the Texas Anti-Sharia Act.
Texas governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 45 law, more commonly known as "American Laws for American Courts,". It prohibits the use of any foreign law in state courts, particularly in family-related cases or matters relating to parent and child.

The Sharia law is based on the Koran and permits Polygamy, killing honor, FGM, Child marriage, forced marriage and treatment of women as second-class citizens.

Under British law, Muslims are allowed to make Sharia laws in particular in family-related cases or things related to parent and child.

In 2016 The British government launched an investigation into the Sharia courts in U.K., following a long-term criticism from women's right to treatment groups.

Many countries in which the Shari'a laws are fully implemented, in countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia a woman is considered half a man under the law of the land.
In Iran women were stoned to death in false "adultery" cases, in Saudi Arabia women were headed to the public.
The penalties under the Sharia law of Muslim countries were barbarous and included stoning, foot-cutting, and enforcement of "moral" crimes.

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