The Texas Senate passed a measure that would prevent any Sharia law or international law from being used in Texas civil courts.
Predictably, Muslim detractors and some of their far left allies have denounced the bill as Islamophobic, reported Shoebat.com.
State Sen. Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels) didnt mention Islamic Koranic law, or Sharia Law in her bill.
She didnt have to.
Everyone in the legislature knew perfectly well what she meant which is why the radical Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has fought so hard to try and stop her.
Last night they utterly failed.
Her bill guarantees that no laws for foreign courts will be adopted by Texas civil court judges.
Its just to provide some belt and suspenders to make sure that, with judicial discretion, we dont trump Texas law, American law, with a foreign law regarding family law, Campbell said.
Muslim groups say the bill is a solution looking for a problem, and claim that the bill has its genesis in an anti-Muslim demonstration on the steps of the Texas Capitol in January in which the proposal was cheered.
But it has been clear for years that Muslims are determined to push their religious doctrines on the American people.
Muslim cab drivers in Minneapolis and several airports have kicked out blind passengers with guide dogs (dogs are unclean in Islam). Somali Muslims on welfare have demanded that their free food comply with Islamic requirements. Muslim groups have demanded that their women be permitted to wear full face and body-coverings, even on drivers licenses.
And Muslim pressure groups like CAIR have pushed to force Sharia Law on our courts and law enforcement with some U.S. judges insanely agreeing to comply.
A New Jersey judge recently cited Sharia Law in refusing to grant a Muslim woman a restraining order in a horrible case of sexual assault and abuse, because her husband said his abuse was acceptable according to his Muslim beliefs.
And right in the heart of Texas, a group of unlicensed Muslim judges have set up an Islamic Tribunal which they say will resolve disputes in law, family and businesses using, of course, Sharia Law not the U.S. Constitution.
That tribunal turned the tide of opinion in the Lone Star State with a showdown in that town, Irving, providing the impetus for this state-wide bill.
As Top Right News reported, the mayor of Irving, Beth Van Duyne, made her stand against Sharia, and was viciously attacked by the New York Times, CNN and every liberal media entity in America as Islamophobic. But she prevailed, passing an anti-Sharia resolution to ban that Muslim tribunal from enforcing Sharia edicts in any way.
And now her fight has prevailed state-wide with the passage of this bill in the House, and Gov. Abbotts signature Americas 2nd most populous state will be Sharia-free.