U.S. Government helps “Establish” Islam: taxpayers subsize terrorism
Use of taxpayer funds to acquire a majority ownership interest in a company that intentionally promotes and funds Shariah-based Islamic religious practices violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
According to our lawsuit, the U.S. government, through its ownership of AIG, which promotes Shariah-compliant financing, is not only violating the Establishment Clause of the Constitution, but it is also financing the destruction of America using American tax dollars.
The basis of our lawsuit is that AIG explicitly promotes Shariah-compliant financing, which subjects certain of their financial activities to the dictates of Islamic law. In fact, AIG brags about its Shariah-compliant financing on its website and in their press releases.
Now here is something more to be outraged about.
You should know that Shariah law is the body of Islamic law based on the Koran, which is used to demand the destruction of the United States. This is the same law championed by Osama bin Laden and the Taliban. This is the same law that prompted the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks on our soil that killed thousands of innocent American civilians.
Shariah law is the same law that justifies beheadings, beatings, stonings, and amputations for petty crimes in places like Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Sudan. It is the same law that demands the murder of infidels. It calls for the persecution of Christians and Jews.
It is the same law that represses women as second class citizens.
AIG (read our government) employs a three-person Shariah Advisory Board, from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Pakistan, to ensure the requirements of Shariah law are met in its investments.
The U.S. Treasury Department and Harvard University co-sponsored a seminar in November 2008 entitled “Islamic Financing 101” to promote Shariah financing among American institutions. Harvard is one of the many American universities and colleges receiving millions of dollars from oil-producing countries, which ultimately influence their Middle East programs.
The Thomas More Law Center’s lawsuit was filed in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan on behalf of Kevin J. Murray, a former Marine infantryman who served two tours of duty in Iraq. Co-counsel on the case is David Yerushalmi, an expert on Shariah law and Shariah-compliant financing, who is affiliated with the Law Center and is general counsel to the Center for Security Policy.