Home » Features » Christians have no right to wear a cross at work
Christians have no right to wear a cross at work
That is what is coming to in the United Kingdom, where the government trembles every some Islamic Radical growls
If CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood have their way we are next in line. These groups are already deeply embedded in the White House and the Justice Department. They are pursuing regulation that would make it a crime to say anything derogatory about Islam, while allowing them all the leeway they want to say whatever they please about other religions.
In a highly significant move, ministers will fight a case at the European Court of Human Rights in which two British women will seek to establish their right to display the cross.
It is the first time that the Government has been forced to state whether it backs the right of Christians to wear the symbol at work.
A document seen by The Sunday Telegraph discloses that ministers will argue that because it is not a “requirement” of the Christian faith, employers can ban the wearing of the cross and sack workers who insist on doing so.
The Government’s position received an angry response last night from prominent figures including Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury.
A few weeks ago a man in London was sent to prison for displaying something in his window that offended some passing Muslims. Free speech for Christians in the United Kingdom is a thing of the past. This does not hold true for Islamic radicals were allowed to freely talk about killing Christians and Jews and burn flags. God help an employer in England who even mentions that a Muslim dress is inappropriate for his business because of government won’t, they will side with Islam every time.
If you pay attention, is easy to see that it’s starting to happen here.
There are organizations that are openly lobbying for the imposition of Sharia or Islamic Law. Others are demanding that the courts use Sharia Law in deciding cases.
The Berkeley School, in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois was sued and lost for refusing to grant a brand new teacher vacation to make her Hajj– The trip to Mecca required of all Muslims. She had trip scheduled before she accepted the job, she didn’t bother to share that with her employers when she accepted the job. Instead she waited until she been made an integral part of the school system, then informed them she was taking a month off…
In Pennsylvania a Muslim was just acquitted of assault by a Judge Martin. Mark not only dismissed the assault charge, but blamed the victim for not being knowledgeable of Islamic law. From John Hayward writing for Human Events
Since Islam is, therefore, at the very center of a Muslim’s being, speech they find objectionable – such as depicting the Prophet in any form, much less as an extra from The Walking Dead – “trashes their essence, their being,” and violence is justified, especially from a recent immigrant accustomed to living in countries properly governed by sharia law.
Effectively what Martin did was make Americans responsible for obeying the laws of other cultures, countries and religions. Laws have never even been looked at. let alone passed into law, by any State Legislature or by the United States Congress. In the process he essentially legalized vigilante justice by non-Americans against American citizens.
Several states have tried, and are trying to protect Americans from the imposition of foreign religious laws they know nothing about. They are meeting resistance from the Department of Justice ( Eric Holder, no surprise there) the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, as well as some Gay and atheist organizations. Somehow I think the atheist groups are going to change their mind when they are forced to accept Mohammed at gunpoint. The Gay’s may find out that Christians are a lot more tolerant of sexual deviance than Muslims.
CAIR and The Muslim Brotherhood have managed to undermine the FBI’s training and anti-terrorism tactics in ways intentionally designed to make it more difficult for the FBI to prevent terrorist attacks. I understand they’ve convinced the Justice Department to go after the NYPD because the New York Police were conducting surveillance of mosques known to be frequented by Islamic radicals.
CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood have relentlessly attacked websites and bloggers they keep Americans informed about what’s really going on. They’ve used methods ranging from harassing lawsuits to death threats against Americans who expose them. Just ask young lady who runs the website Bare Naked Islam and Pamela Geller from Atlas Shrugs how that works. Geller recently won a lawsuit the Islamist’s used to try and harass her, Bare Naked Islam just recovered from an attack by Islamic hackers that brought down her website for almost 2 weeks.
Is this what we want in the United States. Do we want our businesses to be concerned about possibility one of their employees might be wearing a Christian symbol that some Muslim finds offensive. Do we want to be subject to religious laws created by some Imam a following in one of the “Stan’s”, Iraq, Iran or Saudi Arabia?
Musa was raised in Oakland, California during the 1960s, when he embraced the ideology of the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam. He went on to become a leading cocaine-exporter in Colombia, a crime for which he eventually was incarcerated. While in prison, he converted to Islam and took his present name. An avid supporter of Iranâ€™s late Ayatollah Khomeini, Musa calls for Islam to â€œtake over America.â€ He praises Muslim suicide bombers as â€œheroesâ€ who courageously â€œstrike at the heart of Zionism.â€ He predicts that â€œthis way of life known as Islam will dominate all other ways of life.â€ He lauds those who seek to honor Allah by means of violence. He says that most white Americans hold values and attitudes consistent with those of the Ku Klux Klan. He has praised Osama bin Laden, Hezbollah, and Hamas.
The views, opinions and positions expressed by the contributors, authors and those providing comments on Grumpy Opinions are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Grumpy Opinions or our affiliate blogs.