#SanBernardino has had enough of the #Islamics

A San Bernardino rally against Islamic law being implemented in the United States drew hundreds violent counter-protesters near the site of the Dec. 2, 2015 attack by Islamic killers.

Sponsored by the nonprofit group ACT for America, the Inland March Against Sharia was one of numerous rallies held nationwide.

Peaceful protesters gathered at the memorial to the terror attack victims. Violent counter-protesters weren’t far behind.

Sharia Law, the protesters say, oppresses woman and is a gateway to radicalization and terrorism. Protesters fear the establishment of Sharia Law in the U.S., which they say would erode the Constitution and American values and culture.

The demonstrations were meant to be peaceful.

That’s when the Islamics attacked.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights nonprofit organization that defends Islamic terrorists was quick to condemn the peaceful protesters…tacitly endorsing the violence against them.

Founded in 2007, ACT for America is 500,000 strong, with more than 1,000 volunteer groups.

Protesters say Sharia Law is incompatible with American law. They say Sharia Law condones, among other things, genital mutilation, domestic violence, and stoning.

Source: Press Enterprise


One thought on “#SanBernardino has had enough of the #Islamics

  1. Sharia law is incompatible with the US Constitution and these braves people are taking a stand against a brutal and repressive form of government disguised as a religion. We must guard against what has happened in Britain were these 8th century throwbacks have setup private religious courts and local government winks at it and does nothing to stop it. You cannot have two cultures and governments operating within a country. One will become dominate over the other and then that usually results in a civil war. Simply cut off Muslims from immigrating to America and set up safe zones for them in the middle east.. Not Western Countries.


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