Washington Post Runs Pro-Sharia Lawyer Aziz Huq’s Piece On Removing Kavanaugh

This is the Democrat alternative to the United States Constitution.

“Two ways Democrats can remove Kavanaugh — without impeaching him” – The Washington Post – Aziz Huq

Fantasies like these are routine at resistance papers like WaPo and the New York Times. But that’s not what Huq was most famous for. Not all that long ago, he was opposing a Sharia ban in the New York Times.

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With an eye toward the 2012 elections, legislators in six states have been debating laws explicitly prohibiting courts from considering or using Sharia law, with 14 more looking at wider bans on “foreign law.” They’re taking a clear cue from Oklahoma’s wildly popular Sharia ban, which voters approved as a state constitutional amendment last year by more than 70 percent…

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Justice Department should better publicize its support for a pending challenge to the Oklahoma amendment. It should also announce that it will challenge similar measures as violations of the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of religion. Doing so would not only protect the rights of Muslim-Americans, but also send a signal that they can rely on the federal government’s support

In another article, Huq treated opposition to Sharia law as Islamophobic.

In INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE ASSISTANCE PROJECT v. TRUMP, treats opposition to Sharia with hostility.

The Brennan Center also records that Huq apparently served as counsel on Munaf v. Geren and  Omar v. Geren .

Omar is Shawqi Omar who aided the leader of what would become ISIS.

Petitioner Shawqi Omar, an American-Jordanian citizen, voluntarily traveled to Iraq in 2002. In October 2004, Omar was captured and detained in Iraq by U. S. military forces operating as part of the MNF–I during a raid of his Baghdad home. Omar is believed to have provided aid to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi—the late leader of al Qaeda in Iraq—by facilitating his group’s connection with other terrorist groups, bringing foreign fighters into Iraq, and planning and executing kidnappings in Iraq. MNF–I searched his home in an effort to capture and detain insurgents who were associated with al-Zarqawi. The raid netted an Iraqi insurgent and four Jordanian fighters along with explosive devices and other weapons.

The captured insurgents gave sworn statements implicating Omar in insurgent cell activities. The four Jordanians testified that they had traveled to Iraq with Omar to commit militant acts against American and other Coalition Forces. Each of the insurgents stated that, while living in Omar’s home, they had surveilled potential kidnap victims and conducted weapons training. The insurgents explained that Omar’s fluency in English allowed him to lure foreigners to his home in order to kidnap and sell them for ransom.

This is their alternative to Kavanaugh. This is their alternative to Constitution. This is their alternative to America.

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield

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