View on YouTube BREAKING Texas Just Pissed Off Every Muslim In Their State With HUGE Move They’re First To Do
BREAKING: Texas Just Pissed Off Every Muslim In Their State With HUGE Move They’re First To Do
In what is being billed as a death blow punch in the fight against Islam and their savage Sharia Law. Texas state legislators just passed a law called the “American Law for American Courts” bill, or Texas House Bill 45.
This new law now makes it illegal to practice Muslim Sharia law within the Texas state lines. Both houses of the Texas legislature voted in favor of HB 45. The “Texas Foreign Law Procedural Protection Act.” on Monday, and today the bill has been signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbot.
Sharia Law is the Islamic religious governing code which governs all aspects of Muslim daily life. Including death for infidels, adulterers, the LGBTQ community, the crucifixion of highway robbers, amputation of limbs for theft, and so many other none or petty crimes.
This law is also the one responsible for Muslim honor killings of women and young girls who have been deemed to have brought shame to their families. Which is something that is already starting to happen here in the states. There have been cases reported in Texas and especially the state of Michigan which is currently starting to resemble an Islamic 3rd world cesspool.
Lucky for the civilized world, Texas is taking a stand against these savages the American Left defends so much.
An Islamic Tribunal using Sharia law in Texas has been confirmed by Breitbart Texas. The tribunal is operating as a non-profit organization in Dallas. One of the attorneys for the tribunal said participation and acceptance of the tribunal’s decisions are “voluntary.”
Breitbart Texas spoke with one of the “judges,” Dr. Taher El-badawi. He said the tribunal operates under Sharia law as a form of “non-binding dispute resolution.” El-badawi said their organization is “a tribunal, not arbitration.” A tribunal is defined by Meriam-Webster’s Dictionary as “a court or forum of justice.” The four Islamic attorneys call themselves “judges” not “arbitrators.”
El-badawi said the tribunal follows Sharia law to resolve civil disputes in family and business matters. He said they also resolve workplace disputes.
In matters of divorce, El-badawi said that “while participation in the tribunal is voluntary, a married couple cannot be considered divorced by the Islamic community unless it is granted by the tribunal.” He compared their divorce, known as “Talaq,” as something similar to the Catholic practice of annulment in that the church does not recognize civil divorce proceedings as ending a marriage.
He also said there is a difference between how a man and a woman can request a divorce under their system. “The husband can request the divorce directly from the tribunal,” El-badawi stated. “The wife must go to an Imam who will request the divorce for her.” He called it “two paths to the same result.” The practice of Khula is the process where a wife can initiate a divorce proceeding and where the husband can agree to the divorce in exchange for a financial compensation. It appears the wife must agree to give up any claim to the “dower” that was not already paid or to return it if it has already been paid. Once the financial issues are resolved the husband can then proclaim the Talaq (divorce).
El-badawi said they follow Texas family law when it comes to child support, visitation, and custody. He said that in most cases, custody of children is awarded to the mother.