7/31/2005 12:13:45 PM Pacific Standard Time

Documentation: US Troops Unwittingly Fighting for Sharia in Iraq
The United States is paying to birth another Sharia nation, as documented below.
I wonder how many would have a change of heart if they knew that US troops are unwittingly supporting the growth
of yet another society based upon sharia, and going to pay $700 billion for the privilege?
read these draft Iraqi Constitution excerpts below:
from Article 5, verse 4 , (page 9 of document)
" The state shall ensure harmony between the duties of woman toward her family and her work in the society and equality with men in the fields of political, social, and economic life without conflicting with or disturbing the provisions of the Islamic shari'a."
from article 5, verse 10 (page 9 of document.... my own personal favorite, which solemnly states:
"The State shall support, in accordance with law, the families of martyrs, gauranteeing the legitimate rights
taken by the fallen regime 
 (doesn't this make you happy? US tax dollars comforting the minds of martyrs knowing their families will be supported?)
from article 13, verse 1& 2, (page 11 of document) :"1. Public and private freedoms are protected provided they do not conflict with moral values and public decency." 2."No Citizen has the right
to deviancy in the use of his right or to excercise any of his rights
 (read,... Islamofascist, Sharia moral values. Burkas anyone?),
 and......Islamic Law Controls the Streets of Basra
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/iraq/la-fg-basra27jun27,0,5239723.story?page=1&coll=la-home-headlines   , and.....

Islam Likely Main Basis for Iraqi Law
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 10:24 AM
Subject: good observations

"The Islamists' most oft-stated goal is not infidel withdrawal from Iraq but the re-establishment of a Muslim caliphate living under sharia that extends to Europe, and there's a lot to be said for taking these chaps at their word and then seeing whether their behavior is consistent with that.

Furthermore, there's a lot more of the world that lives under sharia than there was, say, 30 years ago: Pakistan adopted it in 1977, Iran in 1979, Sudan in 1984. Fifty years ago, Nigeria lived under English common law; now, half of it's in the grip of Islamic law. So, as a political project, radical Islam has made some headway, and continues to do so almost every day of the week: Since the beginning of the year, for example, some 10 percent of southern Thailand's Buddhist population has abandoned their homes -- a far bigger disruption than the tsunami, yet all but unreported in the Western press. And whatever one's opinion of the various local conflicts around the world -- Muslims vs. Buddhists in Thailand, Muslims vs. Hindus in Kashmir, Muslims vs. Jews in the Holy Land, Muslims vs. Russians in Chechnya, Muslims vs. Christians in Africa -- the fact is the jihad has held out a long time against very tough enemies. If you're not shy about taking on the Israelis and Russians, why wouldn't you fancy your chances against the Belgians and Spaniards?"

Mark Steyn