Muslims Go Nuts After Woman In a Hijab is Denied Service – But They Forgot One Thing

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by Gina Cassini | Top Right News

No hijab or hit the road, one store told a Muslim woman in Philadelphia.

Nadia Kamal claims the store Advance America Cash Advance, a payday lender, recently denied her service because of her hijab. When the store asked her to remove the garb, Kamal refused, for both “religious and cultural reasons”.

“The lady she told them just take it off a little bit and put it back,” Fatah Kamal, Nadia’s husband, told MyFoxPhilly. “She said I can’t, ‘I’m in a public place I cannot do that.'”

However the store had a sign up telling customers that no sunglasses or hats could be worn inside. The store had suffered numerous criminal incidents and cannot easily identify suspects with head coverings on video.

When MyFoxPhilly contacted Advance America Cash Advance, an employee at the store said that the religious garb raised safety concerns.

Nonetheless, the incident “hurt” the couple and they already plan to not return to that Advance America Cash Advance store, as they shared with MyFoxPhilly.

But of course you can count on the Muslim Al Sharptons at CAIR to rev up their lawyers, and so they have.

Dawud Walid of the Council of American Islamic Relations believes the store acted in the wrong.

“This is really about ignorance, it’s really about fossilized policies and people being stubborn and not coming up to the modern time.” He plans to sue. 

Um, so refusing to tolerate oppressive Medieval headcoverings is not “modern”?

But it turns out the woman is a major hypocrite.

As one commenter on Twitter noted — if Nadia Kamal were so observant — then what in Allah’s name was she doing in a payday loan store — which charges interest?

You see, Muslims are not permitted to pay interest.

In fact, the prohibition is so serious, that the Mayor of Seattle recently took major heat for offering to setup “Sharia-compliant loans” for Muslims so they can avoid paying interest.

OOPS! As usual, they are more concerned with forcing their Sharia Law down our Western throats then with practicing their actual religion.

And as far as hijabs go…the truly “modern” thing to do, is to ban it, as has France. But they are not alone.

In Egypt, of all places — where 90 percent of the population is Muslim, hijab-free zones have surged in popularity at high-end places, including many resorts and restaurants in the country, according to Al Arabiya News.

So we hope this business will stand up to the CAIR bullies and continue to deny hijabs in their stores.

 

[h/t: MyFoxPhillyOV]

 


  • Ferrari fan

    “This is really about ignorance, it’s really about fossilized policies and people being stubborn and not coming up to the modern time.”

    Kinda like people who follow a book written 1400 years ago haven’t caught up to modern times…

  • Wiggle D

    If she is a Shariah Law Muslim, where the hell is her male escort?

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    • ϟϟ Meine Ehre heißt Treue ϟϟ

      A man can have sex with animals such as sheeps, cows, camels and so on. However, he should kill the animal after he has his orgasm. He should not sell the meat to the people in his own village; however, selling the meat to the next door village should be fine.

      Ayatollah Khomeini, Tahrirolvasyleh, vol. 4, Darol Elm, Gom, Iran, 1990

      The only difference between halal and kosher is that in kosher slaughter, the rabbi must first fellatíate all the male animals, this has a calming affect… for the rabbi…

      Mammon und Bolschewismus sind jüdischen Stiefschwestern. Jüdischen Bankiers überschwemmt Europa mit den Muslimen und Amerika mit der Dritten Welt Müll.

      • Casually_Observant

        If either of the above statements is from actual quotes or instruction of a particular religious group, then the people who follow this thinking are insane and have no place living in the USA, Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia and any other Western-thinking society.
        We need to take back our countries and stop allowing these kind of wrongful thinking people in. Let them go back to their own country and live that way. No more of this!
        I’m getting really sick of this kind of perversion.

        • leeada johnson

          So you’re as stupid and gullible as the Nazi above you are supporting, The perversion here is your own, your refusal to check the facts, and go along with any Heil Hitler types that come along. Your worse than he is, he’s a disciplined committed Bigot, you’re just the white Trash that shows up at any lynching.

          • Casually_Observant

            leeada johnson – Questions for you:
            What Nazi am I supporting?
            What perversion is mine?
            What facts should I check?
            What makes you think I am white?
            What makes you think I am trash?
            You are making a lot of assumptions here.

          • Philip B Towan

            It’s funny how we stand up to bullshit and we get called bigots, racists or whatever lame ass name they can think off because they don’t get their own way hahahah what a scam trying to sue for religious reasons. Governments need to grow some balls and stop being afraid of getting called racists, we let different cultures into our country even those fleeing from there countries and they come to ours wanting help so we accept them with open arms then they disrespect us by wanting to change our laws to suit their beliefs and expect more money on welfare because they think they are not getting enough then we turn around and tell those ones to fuck off back to their own country and we get called everything under the sun. They’re like that house guest you help out for a week but they don’t leave because they think its their goddamn right to stay. Actually those people are more like an infestation of cockroaches.

      • leeada johnson

        Dumme Drecksau, Du sollst leben wie einem Chandelier, Hangen bei Tag und brennen bei Nacht. Im zweite welt kreig, mein Vater hat geshossen Deutsche Tiere, zo wie euch, fur Sport. Kommt das kraval, und Dun bist das ertse, zu Krepiern, arschloche Blode.

        You’re projecting creep, of your own paraphilia of bestiality. Go back to licking your dog’s butt. You’re not even worth a 7cent .22 to the brain.

    • leeada johnson

      It’s a free country, read the Constitution ignoramus. No one answers to Butt-whorz-holz like you. You give decent bigots a bad name.

      • Wiggle D

        The bitch is trying to use Sharia Law to go around our laws, you slack-jawed, knuckle-dragger.

  • W Dawes

    You are right, CAIR! This is about ignorant Muslims and their FOSSILIZED policies, being stubborn and not coming up to modern times. Right back at you CAIR. Don’t like it, leave to a Muslim country of your choice.

    • MR LEE

      No no. They are busy with the DC Imam undermining Democracy in the US.

      • leeada johnson

        And what are you, Dawes’ little bum boy?

        • MR LEE

          I am one of the faithful you will have to deal with before your plan comes to fruition. You know, all the 100 million or so armed citizens who have weapons and who stand behind every tree in America? This ain’t Europe pal.

        • W Dawes

          You replied to Mr. Lee, but put my name in the comment? Are you retarded? or just another stupid BLM, Soros paid looter?

    • leeada johnson

      Free Country. Free enough for you to move to North Korea anytime.

      • Casually_Observant

        leeada johnson – Wow. Get some Xanax and a bar of soap. You have quite the angry rhetoric and a dirty mouth with all your insults to everyone on this board. Perhaps if you speak without all the low comments people would take you seriously. But, as it is, you are just an annoyance. Rise up. Speak calmly and with conviction, but without the insults. Otherwise go to bed. You need the sleep. You’ll feel better in the morning.

  • fromthemomma

    I wouldn’t loan them enough pee for their mouth if their teeth were on fire!

    • Cedric Ian Anthony

      similar enough to what Ive said plenty of times. if (the person who pissed me off) were on fire, across the street. I would not cross that street to go piss on them

  • Alan Edwards

    ISLAM IS THE PROBLEM

  • Connie Miller

    These are another ones we need to stop from coming into the U.S. If they can’t respect the laws here then they don’t belong here PERIOD.

  • Bacchus

    Islam is a “religion” based on lies and deceit. the koran states that all ailah is the best deceiver. An owner has the right to refuse because it is their business. NO ONE has the right to dictate what an owner can and cannot do.

  • Ann

    Nobody gives a shit if this dipshit shows her ugly hair and face to pay her payday loan.

  • Kim Schmitz

    So she can’t abide by the rules because of religious and cultural beliefs, but but every one else that has religious or cultural beliefs are supposed to go against theirs to cow tow to them or others. You don’t like the rule go find a place that doesn’t have that rule. If a restaurant requires you to dress up and you don’t want to you just go somewhere else that does not. You don’t make a big deal about it and force them to cater to your own wants.

  • etchasketch

    I told the same thing to a group of hassids that came into my shop with those little beanies on their heads.

  • Rick Etter

    “…not coming up to the modern time…”

    Bwahahahahahaha That’s a HOOT! Coming from morons that demand to live in the 14th century!

  • Zero

    Millions of businesses thrive without serving the muslim population

  • scott

    here is the solution,DO NOT COME TO A CHRISTIAN NATION.

    • ssn708

      This isn’t a “Christian nation”. It is a nation of all faiths.

      • jmac1111

        it is a country founded on basic Christian-Judeo life. we are a tolerant nation but we have a separation of church and state that applies to all religions and that includes Islam…so they cant use the “religious” angle on this one.

        • ssn708

          No, it isn’t a country founded on basic Christian-Judeo (actually Judeo-Christian as Judaism predates Christianity) life or belief. You should research some of the founding fathers’ own quotes on the subject, they were quite clear.

          • jmac1111

            no maybe you ought to as the 10 commandments and other biblical teachings were very much in the forefront of the founding fathers ideals….wow you atheists are really ignorant to facts… everyone knows the Christian Judeo or Judeo Christian (it really doesn’t matter) teachings were the basis of our formation

          • ssn708

            Nope. You are simply wrong. Christianity had nothing to do with it. The laws of the US in its creation were secular. Not religious in any way. There are 4 documents involved in the founding of our nation. In NONE of them is there any reference to the Christian God. “Everyone knows”? Really? Because those who actually know can quote what the founding fathers actually said on the matter.

            “”The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
            –John Adams

            “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter. … But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding….”

            -Thomas Jefferson

            So you are not arguing with me, you are arguing with the very men who founded the nation about why they did it. That’s actually really funny.

          • pj

            I think you’re discussing laws and some of us are talking values. Agree w/you re the laws.

          • Big George

            If there are “facts”, you shouldn’t have any trouble proving your statement. It seems to me that a direct quote from a Founding Father serves as a pretty good “fact”. There is no doubt that some of the FFs looked toward their religion as a basis for morality, but that does not mean they intended to sow their religious faith into the very fabric of our nation.

          • Sew

          • Big George

            Thank you for the correction. I was thinking of sowing seeds.

          • leeada johnson

            Both sow and sew, and so you are corrected. Ideas were sown into our culture and principles sewn into out Laws and Constitution.

          • ssn708

            Try again.

            “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.”

            ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814,

          • leeada johnson

            No, the ignorance is deep in you, and you just repeat the shiite that you white trash crowd spouts.

          • jmac1111

            and you are just an ignorant racist who cant handle the fact that GOD is on our money in our courts and part of the fabric of the nation….”white trash” really??? you are the ignorant racist here as the only one who brought up race…get out and get yourself an education you ignorant azz

          • debbiehm

            We have…but I’m sure you are basing your anti Christian rant on a phrase or 2 taken OUT of CONTEXT by someone…Won’t work either…Look at the MAJORITY…I mean, the Senate PRAYS AS CHRISTIANS every morning…They aren’t praying in any other faith…

          • ssn708

            That is REALLY funny, as I am not anti-Christian nor am I on any sort of Anti-Christian rant in any way. This is not, has never been, was not founded as a “Christian nation”. Again, the words of the very men who founded this nation.

            “”The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
            –John Adams

            “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter. … But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding….”

            -Thomas Jefferson

            So you are not arguing with me. You are arguing with the very men who founded the nation, about their motivations and beliefs. That’s not exactly effective.

          • goyavo

            There are many founding fathers who were christian. You quote the socialist bastard Jefferson who modified the phase “life, liberty and PROPERTY” to “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” which means nothing. Our society and way of life would be very different today if he had not made that change. The majority were christian. A couple quotes does not change that.

          • ssn708

            Certainly, many of the founding fathers were Christian, with firm Christian beliefs. I never suggested otherwise. And their own personal Christian beliefs are completely irrelevant to the conversation. Many of the founding fathers were deists, not Christian. The simple fact is that the nation was not founded as a Christian nation. It was specifically stated in the writings of those who founded the nation, it is the reason for the separation of church and state which was of such importance to the founding fathers that they made it the very first sentence of the very first Constitutional Amendment. The fact is that the United States of America was founded as a secular nation with all faiths considered equal, including Islam (referred to by the founding fathers as “Muhammadism”) Hinduism, Buddhism, etc… Christians simply wish to re-write history, ignoring the actual words of the very persons who founded the nation to the contrary of their belief.

          • TruStJ

            That’s why when you swear in court of law it was on the BIBLE, hmmm, not on the Constitution, not on the quaran, but on the BIBLE.

          • TychaBrahe

            Christians swear on the Bible. Muslims swear on the Koran. Atheists swear under threat of charges of perjury. In the past Confuscianists swore under threat of the destruction of their immortal soul, and broke a teacup to symbolize that.

          • Sandy Ratigan

            any ONE sentence quoted without the context of the entire letter, speech or document can be used and construed however you wish – here is a whole bunch of Founding Father statements which are more than a snapshot – perhaps – if you have the attention span to read more than a single line you will see the overwhelming evidence of what the mind set of the Founding Fathers was – http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=8755

          • Ravn Rey

            John Adams

            SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; JUDGE; DIPLOMAT; ONE OF TWO SIGNERS OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS; SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

            The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianity. I will avow that I then believed, and now believe, that those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and immutable as the existence and attributes of God.1

            Without religion, this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in polite company: I mean hell.2

            The Christian religion is, above all the religions that ever prevailed or existed in ancient or modern times, the religion of wisdom, virtue, equity and humanity.3

            Suppose a nation in some distant region should take the Bible for their only law book and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited. . . . What a Eutopia – what a Paradise would this region be!4

            I have examined all religions, and the result is that the Bible is the best book in the world.5

          • Ravn Rey

            John Quincy Adams

            SIXTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES; DIPLOMAT; SECRETARY OF STATE; U. S. SENATOR; U. S. REPRESENTATIVE; “OLD MAN ELOQUENT”; “HELL-HOUND OF ABOLITION”

            My hopes of a future life are all founded upon the Gospel of Christ and I cannot cavil or quibble away [evade or object to]. . . . the whole tenor of His conduct by which He sometimes positively asserted and at others countenances [permits] His disciples in asserting that He was God.6

            The hope of a Christian is inseparable from his faith. Whoever believes in the Divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures must hope that the religion of Jesus shall prevail throughout the earth. Never since the foundation of the world have the prospects of mankind been more encouraging to that hope than they appear to be at the present time. And may the associated distribution of the Bible proceed and prosper till the Lord shall have made “bare His holy arm in the eyes of all the nations, and all the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of our God” [Isaiah 52:10].7

            In the chain of human events, the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the Savior. The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.8

          • Ravn Rey

            Samuel Adams

            SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; “FATHER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION”; RATIFIER OF THE U. S. CONSTITUTION; GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS

            I . . . [rely] upon the merits of Jesus Christ for a pardon of all my sins.9

            The name of the Lord (says the Scripture) is a strong tower; thither the righteous flee and are safe [Proverbs 18:10]. Let us secure His favor and He will lead us through the journey of this life and at length receive us to a better.10

            I conceive we cannot better express ourselves than by humbly supplicating the Supreme Ruler of the world . . . that the confusions that are and have been among the nations may be overruled by the promoting and speedily bringing in the holy and happy period when the kingdoms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ may be everywhere established, and the people willingly bow to the scepter of Him who is the Prince of Peace.11

            He also called on the State of Massachusetts to pray that . . .

            the peaceful and glorious reign of our Divine Redeemer may be known and enjoyed throughout the whole family of mankind.12

            we may with one heart and voice humbly implore His gracious and free pardon through Jesus Christ, supplicating His Divine aid . . . [and] above all to cause the religion of Jesus Christ, in its true spirit, to spread far and wide till the whole earth shall be filled with His glory.13

            with true contrition of heart to confess their sins to God and implore forgiveness through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ our Savior.14

          • Ravn Rey

            Josiah Bartlett

            MILITARY OFFICER; SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; JUDGE; GOVERNOR OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

            Called on the people of New Hampshire . . . to confess before God their aggravated transgressions and to implore His pardon and forgiveness through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ . . . [t]hat the knowledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ may be made known to all nations, pure and undefiled religion universally prevail, and the earth be fill with the glory of the Lord.15

            Gunning Bedford

            MILITARY OFFICER; MEMBER OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS; SIGNER OF THE CONSTITUTION; FEDERAL JUDGE

            To the triune God – the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost – be ascribed all honor and dominion, forevermore – Amen.16

          • Ravn Rey

            Elias Boudinot

            PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS; SIGNED THE PEACE TREATY TO END THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION; FIRST ATTORNEY ADMITTED TO THE U. S. SUPREME COURT BAR; FRAMER OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS; DIRECTOR OF THE U. S. MINT

            Let us enter on this important business under the idea that we are Christians on whom the eyes of the world are now turned… [L]et us earnestly call and beseech Him, for Christ’s sake, to preside in our councils. . . . We can only depend on the all powerful influence of the Spirit of God, Whose Divine aid and assistance it becomes us as a Christian people most devoutly to implore. Therefore I move that some minister of the Gospel be requested to attend this Congress every morning . . . in order to open the meeting with prayer.17

            A letter to his daughter:

            You have been instructed from your childhood in the knowledge of your lost state by nature – the absolute necessity of a change of heart and an entire renovation of soul to the image of Jesus Christ – of salvation through His meritorious righteousness only – and the indispensable necessity of personal holiness without which no man shall see the Lord [Hebrews 12:14]. You are well acquainted that the most perfect and consummate doctrinal knowledge is of no avail without it operates on and sincerely affects the heart, changes the practice, and totally influences the will – and that without the almighty power of the Spirit of God enlightening your mind, subduing your will, and continually drawing you to Himself, you can do nothing. . . . And may the God of your parents (for many generations past) seal instruction to your soul and lead you to Himself through the blood of His too greatly despised Son, Who notwithstanding, is still reclaiming the world to God through that blood, not imputing to them their sins. To Him be glory forever!18

            For nearly half a century have I anxiously and critically studied that invaluable treasure [the Bible]; and I still scarcely ever take it up that I do not find something new – that I do not receive some valuable addition to my stock of knowledge or perceive some instructive fact never observed before. In short, were you to ask me to recommend the most valuable book in the world, I should fix on the Bible as the most instructive both to the wise and ignorant. Were you to ask me for one affording the most rational and pleasing entertainment to the inquiring mind, I should repeat, it is the Bible; and should you renew the inquiry for the best philosophy or the most interesting history, I should still urge you to look into your Bible. I would make it, in short, the Alpha and Omega of knowledge.19

          • Ravn Rey

            Congress, 1854

            The great, vital, and conservative element in our system is the belief of our people in the pure doctrines and the divine truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.24

            Congress, U. S. House Judiciary Committee, 1854

            Had the people, during the Revolution, had a suspicion of any attempt to war against Christianity, that Revolution would have been strangled in its cradle… In this age, there can be no substitute for Christianity… That was the religion of the founders of the republic and they expected it to remain the religion of their descendants.25

          • Ravn Rey

            Benjamin Franklin

            SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION; DIPLOMAT; PRINTER; SCIENTIST; SIGNER OF THE CONSTITUTION; GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA

            As to Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of whom you particularly desire, I think the system of morals and His religion as He left them to us, the best the world ever saw or is likely to see.29

            The body of Benjamin Franklin, printer, like the cover of an old book, its contents torn out and stripped of its lettering and guilding, lies here, food for worms. Yet the work itself shall not be lost; for it will, as he believed, appear once more in a new and more beatiful edition, corrected and amended by the Author.30 (FRANKLIN’S EULOGY THAT HE WROTE FOR HIMSELF)

          • Ravn Rey

            Alexander Hamilton

            REVOLUTIONARY GENERAL; SIGNER OF THE CONSTITUTION; AUTHOR OF THE FEDERALIST PAPERS; SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

            Following his duel with Aaron Burr, in those final twenty four hours while life still remained in him, Hamilton called for two ministers, the Rev. J. M. Mason and the Rev. Benjamin Moore, to pray with him and administer Communion to him. Each of those two ministers reported what transpired. The Rev. Mason recounted:

            [General Hamilton said] “I went to the field determined not to take his life.” He repeated his disavowal of all intention to hurt Mr. Burr; the anguish of his mind in recollecting what had passed; and his humble hope of forgiveness from his God. I recurred to the topic of the Divine compassion; the freedom of pardon in the Redeemer Jesus to perishing sinners. “That grace, my dear General, which brings salvation, is rich, rich” – “Yes,” interrupted he, “it is rich grace.” “And on that grace,” continued I, “a sinner has the highest encouragement to repose his confidence, because it is tendered to him upon the surest foundation; the Scrip¬ture testifying that we have redemption through the blood of Jesus, the forgiveness of sins according to the richness of His grace.” Here the General, letting go my hand, which he had held from the moment I sat down at his bed side, clasped his hands together, and, looking up towards Heaven, said, with emphasis, “I have a tender reliance on the mercy of the Al¬mighty, through the merits of the Lord Jesus Christ.” 34

            The Rev. Benjamin Moore reported:

            [I]mmediately after he was brought from [the field] . . . a mes¬sage was sent informing me of the sad event, accompanied by a request from General Hamilton that I would come to him for the purpose of administering the Holy Communion. I went. . . . I proceeded to converse with him on the subject of his receiving the Communion; and told him that with respect to the qualifications of those who wished to become partakers of that holy ordinance, my inquires could not be made in lan¬guage more expressive than that which was used by our [own] Church. – [I asked], “Do you sincerely repent of your sins past? Have you a lively faith in God’s mercy through Christ, with a thankful remembrance of the death of Christ? And are you disposed to live in love and charity with all men?” He lifted up his hands and said, “With the utmost sincerity of heart I can answer those questions in the affirmative – I have no ill will against Col. Burr. I met him with a fixed resolution to do him no harm – I forgive all that happened.” . . . The Communion was then administered, which he received with great devotion, and his heart afterwards appeared to be perfectly at rest. I saw him again this morning, when, with his last faltering words, he expressed a strong confidence in the mercy of God through the intercession of the Redeemer. I remained with him until 2 o’clock this afternoon, when death closed the awful scene – he expired without a struggle, and almost without a groan. By reflecting on this melancholy event, let the humble believer be encouraged ever to hold fast that precious faith which is the only source of true consolation in the last extremity of nature. [And l]et the infidel be persuaded to abandon his opposition to that Gospel which the strong, inquisitive, and comprehensive mind of a Hamilton embraced.35

            One other consequence of Hamilton’s untimely death was that it permanently halted the formation of a religious society Hamilton had proposed. Hamilton suggested that it be named the Christian Constitutional Society, and listed two goals for its formation: first, the support of the Christian religion; and second, the support of the Constitution of the United States. This or¬ganization was to have numerous clubs throughout each state which would meet regularly and work to elect to office those who reflected the goals of the Christian Constitutional Society. 36

          • Ravn Rey

            John Hancock

            SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS; REVOLUTIONARY GENERAL; GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS

            Sensible of the importance of Christian piety and virtue to the order and happiness of a state, I cannot but earnestly commend to you every measure for their support and encouragement.37

            He called on the entire state to pray “that universal happiness may be established in the world [and] that all may bow to the scepter of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the whole earth be filled with His glory.”38

            He also called on the State of Massachusetts to pray . . .

            that all nations may bow to the scepter of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and that the whole earth may be filled with his glory.39

            that the spiritual kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ may be continually increasing until the whole earth shall be filled with His glory.40

            to confess their sins and to implore forgiveness of God through the merits of the Savior of the World.41

            to cause the benign religion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to be known, understood, and practiced among all the inhabitants of the earth.42

            to confess their sins before God and implore His forgiveness through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.43

            that He would finally overrule all events to the advancement of the Redeemer’s kingdom and the establishment of universal peace and good will among men.44

            that the kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ may be established in peace and righteousness among all the nations of the earth.45

            that with true contrition of heart we may confess our sins, resolve to forsake them, and implore the Divine forgiveness, through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ, our Savior. . . . And finally to overrule all the commotions in the world to the spreading the true religion of our Lord Jesus Christ in its purity and power among all the people of the

          • Ravn Rey

            Patrick Henry

            REVOLUTIONARY GENERAL; LEGISLATOR; “THE VOICE OF LIBERTY”; RATIFIER OF THE U. S. CONSTITUTION; GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA

            Being a Christian… is a character which I prize far above all this world has or can boast.48

            The Bible… is a book worth more than all the other books that were ever printed.49

            Righteousness alone can exalt [America] as a nation…Whoever thou art, remember this; and in thy sphere practice virtue thyself, and encourage it in others.50

            The great pillars of all government and of social life [are] virtue, morality, and religion. This is the armor, my friend, and this alone, that renders us invincible.51

            This is all the inheritance I can give to my dear family. The religion of Christ can give them one which will make them rich indeed.52

          • Ravn Rey

            Thomas Jefferson

            SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; DIPLOMAT; GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA; SECRETARY OF STATE; THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

            The doctrines of Jesus are simple, and tend all to the happiness of man.63

            The practice of morality being necessary for the well being of society, He [God] has taken care to impress its precepts so indelibly on our hearts that they shall not be effaced by the subtleties of our brain. We all agree in the obligation of the moral principles of Jesus and nowhere will they be found delivered in greater purity than in His discourses.64

            I am a Christian in the only sense in which He wished anyone to be: sincerely attached to His doctrines in preference to all others.65

            I am a real Christian – that is to say, a disciple of the doctrines of Jesus Christ.66

          • Ravn Rey

            James Madison

            SIGNER OF THE CONSTITUTION; AUTHOR OF THE FEDERALIST PAPERS; FRAMER OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS; SECRETARY OF STATE; FOURTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

            A watchful eye must be kept on ourselves lest, while we are building ideal monuments of renown and bliss here, we neglect to have our names enrolled in the Annals of Heaven.71

            I have sometimes thought there could not be a stronger testimony in favor of religion or against temporal enjoyments, even the most rational and manly, than for men who occupy the most honorable and gainful departments and [who] are rising in reputation and wealth, publicly to declare their unsatisfactoriness by becoming fervent advocates in the cause of Christ; and I wish you may give in your evidence in this way.72

          • Ravn Rey

            George Washington

            JUDGE; MEMBER OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS; COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY; PRESIDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION; FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES; “FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY”

            You do well to wish to learn our arts and ways of life, and above all, the religion of Jesus Christ. These will make you a greater and happier people than you are.121

            While we are zealously performing the duties of good citizens and soldiers, we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the higher duties of religion. To the distinguished character of Patriot, it should be our highest glory to add the more distinguished character of Christian.122

            The blessing and protection of Heaven are at all times necessary but especially so in times of public distress and danger. The General hopes and trusts that every officer and man will endeavor to live and act as becomes a Christian soldier, defending the dearest rights and liberties of his country.123

            I now make it my earnest prayer that God would… most graciously be pleased to dispose us all to do justice, to love mercy, and to demean ourselves with that charity, humility, and pacific temper of the mind which were the characteristics of the Divine Author of our blessed religion.124

          • Ravn Rey

            Daniel Webster

            U. S. SENATOR; SECRETARY OF STATE; “DEFENDER OF THE CONSTITUTION”

            [T]he Christian religion – its general principles – must ever be regarded among us as the foundation of civil society.125

            Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens.126

            [T]o the free and universal reading of the Bible… men [are] much indebted for right views of civil liberty.127

            The Bible is a book… which teaches man his own individual responsibility, his own dignity, and his equality with his fellow man.128

            Noah Webster

            REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER; JUDGE; LEGISLATOR; EDUCATOR; “SCHOOLMASTER TO AMERICA”

            [T]he religion which has introduced civil liberty is the religion of Christ and His apostles… This is genuine Christianity and to this we owe our free constitutions of government.129

            The moral principles and precepts found in the Scriptures ought to form the basis of all our civil constitutions and laws.130

            All the… evils which men suffer from vice, crime, ambition, injustice, oppression, slavery and war, proceed from their despising or neglecting the precepts contained in the Bible.131

            [O]ur citizens should early understand that the genuine source of correct republican principles is the Bible, particularly the New Testament, or the Christian religion.132

            [T]he Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children under a free government ought to be instructed. No truth is more evident than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people.133

            The Bible is the chief moral cause of all that is good and the best corrector of all that is evil in human society – the best book for regulating the temporal concerns of men.134

            [T]he Christian religion… is the basis, or rather the source, of all genuine freedom in government… I am persuaded that no civil government of a republican form can exist and be durable in which the principles of Christianity have not a controlling influence.135

          • DRTech

            “The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.” This quotation is, the 1797 Treaty of Tripoli, which was not written by John Adams.

            The second quote is properly credited to Jefferson.

          • Belendithas B.

            It’s funny that you quote atheists ..

          • TychaBrahe

            The fact that many individual people are Christian does not mean the nation is Christian. This is a secular nation.

            I am not opposed to Christianity. I am opposed to lies and falsehoods.

          • TheOtherFromHERE

            Your are sorely mistaken ssn708! If you have read the writings of the founding fathers it is most assuredly based on the Judeo Christian ethic….and Judeo-Christian is the correct term, because they share much of the same heritage…though Christianity is more prevalent in this country.

          • pj

            hard to believe you really believe this. do some reading and discover how many signers of the Constitution were actually ordained ministers.

          • DaRueStir

            The term “Christian” was coined by a bunch of Greeks after being preached to by the Missionaries Timothy and Bartholomew at the town of Antioch, (Book of Acts) it is derive from the Greek word “Kristos” which means ‘martyred priest’, followers of the martyred priest.

          • MR LEE

            Obfuscate much?

          • W Dawes

            No, you should do the research. Much of it comes from Justinian’s Code and other laws based on Judeo-Christian faith.

          • ssn708

            Laws of common harm to persons are not based upon any faith but that of decent human behavior. Try actually looking at the words of those who founded the nation. Sorry, you are about as wrong as can be.

          • W Dawes

            uneducated atheist much? I have a B.A. in History and teach ancient civilizations, and Medieval- Post Modern history. I have an extensive amount of knowledge on past governments and legal systems. Try all you want to keep religion out of the growth of government and legal systems but it won’t hold water.

        • marian1877

          islam is not a religion. It uses that scam to get the protection of our constitution of freedom of religion. It is time to tell them if they don’t want to go by the rules and laws of our country they can go back home.

          • leeada johnson

            The rules and Rights of our nation, protect a woman wearing a shawl. The stupid, is deep in you.

          • Sam Crabtree

            I disagree – partially. Islam does have religious portions, but Islam also governs almost all acts in a person’s life. And it is so restrictive that it is practically impossible to follow completely by anybody. And this has allowed the Imams to interpret how they like and where they like. (Any similarity to Judaism or Christianity here?) And the interpretations presently in vogue are violent, intolerant, ignorence advocating. Judaism and Christianity has adjusted, mainly, to the modern world and technical reality. Islam did that in pre inquisition Spain, but rather than advancing with the times seems to have reverted to even more ancient times AS PRESENTLY INTERPRETED BY THE FAKERS that claim to be holy men.

          • Philip B Towan

            …and how many years have we all been saying this, not just in your country but mine (Australia)? They are easily infiltrating us because our governments are pansies who are scared to be called racist, mainly Australia’s Government are a bunch of rich -look-out-only-for-the-rich-and stuff-the-poor-scared-of-being-called-racist-pansies. But let’s see what this year holds.

        • leeada johnson

          You do realize that you have made no sense at all? Got 6th grade Diploma in a CrackerJacks Box, and that’s as far as you made it?

        • Sam Crabtree

          That’s not “Christian-Judeo”, it’s “Judeo-Christian” as the descriptive, but the government is not to accept any religion above any others. But that does NOT mean that the government is to allow any religious practices without exception. We, the people, through our representatives, have restricted, for instance, the use of peyote and other drugs in religious practices. And we have legislated against the practice of sacrifice, including but not limited to human sacrifice. The Constitution does not prohibit reasonable regulation of religion and religious practices. And, like it or not, “reasonable” is determined by the Superme Court..

        • Philip B Towan

          Wrong, it is a country “founded’ by terrorists who committed mass genocide and rape of the indigenous ppl just like in Australia. But I agree with you they shouldn’t use the religious angle but they do and will.

      • scott

        it is founded on christian beliefs,George Washington and all other Presidents were sworn in on a christian bible,our laws are based off the ten commandments,still think we are a nation of all faiths?if so,why is pork not banned like in the middle east,why aren’t blacks still slaves like in Africa by muslims,Why are women not wearing garbage bags over their whole bodies like muslim women,why do we not see Bhudda statues everywhere,or the star of David?We do see in god we trust on our money,where is Allah even mentioned.Class dismissed

        • ssn708

          You are mistaken that is was founded on Christian beliefs. Sorry. The laws are not “based off the Ten Commandments”. They are based on secular moral rules of society.And the rest of your comment is simply you sputtering nonsense and illustrating your absurdity. Why is pork not banned? Because we are a nation of all faiths, not a Muslim or Christian nation. Why aren’t Blacks still slaves? That has zero to do with religion in any way, and again, has to do with secular morality. And so on, and so on. You are uneducated and ill informed. It is you that need a class or two.”The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.”–John Adams
          He was kind of one of the big players in the creation of the nation. I think I will take his word on it.

          • TruStJ

            Denial.

          • marian1877

            you all forget why these people were in the US was because of religious persecution from where they came from. That is why they wrote the constitution the way they did. You can argue all you want to but the basis fact was they wanted to set up a government that would give them the freedom to live the life they wanted to without the government run by a particular religion.

        • ssn708

          Again, not a Christian nation, not founded on Christian belief. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson knew a little more about it than you do.

          “”The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
          –John Adams

          “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter. … But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding….”

          -Thomas Jefferson

          • TruStJ

            Jefferson (socialist of his time), is the only one you quote, hmmmm.

          • scott

            you say Adams and Jefferson knew more than we know today,what did they know,they were farmers and disgraced businessmen when they left Britain’s rule.They knew as much about law as a modern day cop,and that is not much

        • Sean

          You sound like a great Christian Scott, but I think you missed the sermons about loving thy brother and tolerance that Jesus gave. Also I don’t think you should be throwing out “child molesting Mohamed” with all the problems the Catholic Church has had with their priest. And this country was founded by a group of people who fled England because of religious persecution, and wether or not this government was formed on “Christian” values the constitution states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” And discriminating against someone because of their religion is against the law

          • TruStJ

            You are comparing a few homo priests with a religion that states kill the infidel? Weak.

        • TruStJ

          And the FEDERAL govt has always acknowledged Christmas and Sunday as a day of rest/ no work, or business. They didn’t pick a day out of a hat, specifically the Sabbath. Our usury laws come straight from the Bible, laws on lying (fraud) straight from the big 10.

      • debbiehm

        It is a PREDOMINANTLY CHRISTIAN NATION that was FOUNDED on CHRISTIAN BELIEFS… sorry if you don’t like the facts…

        • ssn708

          I do like the facts. The facts are you are completely and entirely wrong. Sorry that you are uneducated regarding the history of this nation. The founding fathers themselves were pretty clear on this.

          “”The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
          –John Adams

          “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter. … But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding….”

          -Thomas Jefferson

          • Frank Williford

            Constantly repeting the same thing over and over dont make it the truth.
            “Just because it is posted online dont make it the truth….”
            – Abraham Lincolin

          • ssn708

            The truth does not change, which is why I am repeating the same thing. Again, the words of the founding fathers themselves state that the nation was NOT founded as a Christian nation. This is not something I simply found online, their words are contained in historical documents you can research yourself. The United States is not, and was not founded as, a Christian nation. That’s simply a historical fact. But then, facts don’t historically mean much to religious folk.

          • debbiehm

            Of which you are NOT obviously, and that’s why you are seeking every little example that you think makes your point…When you look at the overall picture, you can see that they did mean to impose biblical rules in our laws…Otherwise, why would it be illegal to have sex with the same sex? and I could go on and on about that…What they did NOT intend was to have a mandatory religion forced on everyone, but for the most part you could be any Christian religion you wanted to be…I don’t see any evidence of any other religion it was founded on…I guess you want to deny all religious symbolism and referrals and prayers…Maybe we are based on a muslim religion…yeah, that’s it…I think Obama would agree with you on that one:)

          • ssn708

            That’s funny. I quote the founding fathers themselves on the subject, and you cite “International Cops for Christ”. And then you accuse me of “seeking every little example”?? Wow. Thanks for discrediting yourself, saves me the trouble. The exact wording of our founding fathers themselves, vs the opinion of “International Cops for Christ”. Hmm. One has legitimacy, and the other is complete hogwash. Guess which? I’ll take the actual words of the people who founded this nation on what their intentions were in doing so. As will the VAST majority of Americans who disagree with your deluded assumptions. Millions agree with you. The remaining HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS do NOT. They did not mean “biblical rules” in our laws. Yet again I quote one of the very people who founded the nation to dispute your claims. “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.” Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814. And it is not illegal to have sex with the same sex. Again you simply show your ignorance of reality. Not in any state in the union is that illegal. Sorry. But I am sure you are very accustomed to being wrong by now. The country was founded on the very principal of SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE. Kind of why it is the very FIRST Amendment in our Constitution, dear. I have said nothing to defend Islam. Nor will I say anything to defend any organized religion. And if you think I support Obama you once again simply certify your ignorance. I support the TRUTH and the CONSTITUTION, both of which certify my statement that the United States of America was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Try getting an education, sweetheart. It will do you a LOT of good.

          • birdbrain2

            One thing that I have figured out in all of your posts and that is YOU ARE FULL OF SHIT along with your compadre OBAMA and Al the tax cheat Sharpton.

          • Bert

            Debbie, don’t even give this pathetic troll the time of day. He is so starved for attention living in his parents basement at the age of 35, the only attention he gets is being an asshole online. Oh Yea, “IN GOD WE TRUST”

          • debbiehm

            You like quotes? Go here and knock yourself out with all the quotes of our Christian founders as they were starting this country…Hmm…http://christianity.about.com/od/independenceday/a/foundingfathers.htm

          • ssn708

            I have already proven you wrong. Sorry you can’t accept it. Not a single one of the quotes on the page you cite makes ANY mention of America being founded as a Christian nation, only statements of the personal religious beliefs of the individuals. What has been provided to you are actual quotes from the founders themselves that in fact it was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Sorry, but the truth remains that America was not founded as a Christian nation. And you can provide nothing to the contrary.

          • debbiehm

            You have proven nothing to me other than you have an opinion…Here is some proof that is enough for me…http://www.internationalcopsforchrist.com/proof-that-america-was-founded-as-a-christian-nation/

          • ssn708

            Again, not my “opinion” in the least. The direct words of the founding fathers of the nation prove that the nation was NOT founded as a Christian nation. Again, you provide a link that contains quite literally NOTHING to the contrary to suggest America was founded as a Christian nation, other than the opinions of people who are as uneducated regarding the actual founding fathers words and intentions. There is NO MENTION ANYWHERE in the FOUR (not three) founding documents regarding Christianity or even GOD. “All men are endowed by THEIR CREATOR” is deliberately vague as to whom that creator is. Again, HERE ARE THE WORDS OF THE FOUNDING FATHERS THEMSELVES.

            “The Government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion.”

            ~1797 Treaty of Tripoli signed by Founding Father John Adams

            “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.”

            ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814,

            “We have abundant reason to rejoice that in this Land the light of truth and reason has triumphed over the power of bigotry and superstition… In this enlightened Age and in this Land of equal liberty it is our boast, that a man’s religious tenets will not forfeit the protection of the Laws, nor deprive him of the right of attaining and holding the highest Offices that are known in the United States.”

            ~Founding Father George Washington, letter to the members of the New Church in Baltimore, January 27, 1793

            “Thirteen governments [of the original states] thus founded on the natural authority of the people alone, without a pretence of miracle or mystery, and which are destined to spread over the northern part of that whole quarter of the globe, are a great point gained in favor of the rights of mankind.”

            ~Founding Father John Adams, “A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America” (1787-88)

            “We should begin by setting conscience free. When all men of all religions shall enjoy equal liberty, property, and an equal chance for honors and power we may expect that improvements will be made in the human character and the state of society.”

            ~Founding FatherJohn Adams, letter to Dr. Price, April 8, 1785

            “In every country and in every age, the priest has been hostile to liberty. He is always in alliance with the despot, abetting his abuses in return for protection to his own. It is error alone that needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself.”

            ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, in a letter to Horatio Spofford, 1814

            “I am for freedom of religion and against all maneuvers to bring about a legal ascendancy of one sect over another.”

            ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Elbridge Gerry, January 26, 1799

            “History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government. This marks the lowest grade of ignorance of which their civil as well as religious leaders will always avail themselves for their own purposes.”

            ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson: in letter to Alexander von Humboldt, December 6, 1813

            “A man of abilities and character, of any sect whatever, may be admitted to any office or public trust under the United States. I am a friend to a variety of sects, because they keep one another in order. How many different sects are we composed of throughout the United States? How many different sects will be in congress? We cannot enumerate the sects that may be in congress. And there are so many now in the United States that they will prevent the establishment of any one sect in prejudice to the rest, and will forever oppose all attempts to infringe religious liberty. If such an attempt be made, will not the alarm be sounded throughout America? If congress be as wicked as we are foretold they will, they would not run the risk of exciting the resentment of all, or most of the religious sects in America.”

            ~Founding Father Edmund Randolph, address to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, June

            10, 1788

            “Knowledge and liberty are so prevalent in this country, that I do not believe that the United States would ever be disposed to establish one religious sect, and lay all others under legal disabilities. But as we know not what may take place hereafter, and any such test would be exceedingly injurious to the rights of free citizens, I cannot think it altogether superfluous to have added a clause, which secures us from the possibility of such oppression.”

            ~Founding Father Oliver Wolcott, Connecticut Ratifying Convention, 9 January 1788

            You are simply wrong. The founding fathers SPECIFICALLY STATE that the US IS NOT A CHRISTIAN NATION.

          • debbiehm

            Well I and millions of others simply disagree with you…There is a reason we for the most part had prayer in govt functions, buildings and schools up til the last 25 years…We still have “In God we trust” on our money, and we very much have God throughout…Surely you understand this is the CHRISTIAN God that was being referred to and not “allah” or some other “god”….

          • ssn708

            Wow, millions agree disagree with me. Well, the founding fathers, and tens of millions of our citizens, disagree with you. What part of “The Government of the United States of America is NOT in ANY SENSE founded on the Christian religion” is confusing you?? You do realize that “God” is not unique to Christianity, don’t you? You are simply wrong. The United States is not a Christian nation. That is why there is no mention of God in ANY of the founding documents. That is why the very first sentence of the very first Amendment to the Constitution specifically prohibits the establishment of religion by the government. Sorry, you and everyone who believes that the nation was founded as a Christian nation, is quite simply entirely wrong. Those who founded the nation said so in as many words. Try educating yourself, and then try again.

        • TychaBrahe

          The Bible says to render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and further that slaves should obey their masters. Revolution is not a Christian activity.

      • Manuel G Valinhas

        and phucking idiots like YOU

        • ssn708

          Aw, poor little man. Don’t like the truth so you name call. That is pretty typical of people with faith but no education. Find me anything from the formation of this nation that supports the belief that it was founded as a “Christian Nation”. Go ahead, little man. I’ll wait. While you are researching, ponder the actual words of the founding fathers.

          “”The government of the United States is not, in ANY sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
          –John Adams

          “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter. … But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding….”

          -Thomas Jefferson

      • kershaw63

        But only one of those faiths wants to kill everyone who does not believe what they believe and we all know which one that is.

        • ssn708

          I am not defending Islam. Only defending the truth that this is not a “Christian Nation”. Personally, I abhor all religion equally. A relationship with the Creator is something that is unique to the individual, organized religion makes a mockery of that.

        • TychaBrahe

          “Happy is the one who takes your babies and smashes them against the rocks!” Psalm 37:9

      • Kimberly Jones

        INCORRECT! Go to the back of the class. This IS a Christian Nation. GOD is in all of our Laws and the Constitution. Just because YOU don’t like it doesn’t mean it isn’t so…

        • ssn708

          Nope, you need to actually attend class for a change! No, God is not in all of our laws (or ANY, actually). No, God is NOT in the Constitution. There is not ONE INSTANCE of the mention of God in the entirety of the Constitution. It has nothing to do with what I like, it is FACT, and even the founding fathers made it abundantly clear that the nation was not a Christian nation.
          Try actually getting an education before you illustrate your ignorance. America was not founded as, is not, never will be, a “Christian Nation”.

      • Raptor Keeper

        muslims belong in muslim countries.

        Period

      • James

        Regardless what that guy in the white house says ,
        this country was founded as a CHRISTIAN nation
        and will always be a CHRISTIAN nation.

        • ssn708

          Then apparently you don’t care what the actual founding fathers of our nation said, either, because they were quite clear that no it was NOT founded as a Christian nation. It IS NOT, and NEVER WILL BE a Christian nation. Only religious zealots who are completely unfamiliar with US history believe otherwise.

    • leeada johnson

      So Nuns have to remove their head gear as well? If you’re going to be a bigot, be an educated one. This owman posed no security risk as she was not hiding her face.

  • Dave Andre

    With a face that ugly you’d think the store would ask her to cover it up.

  • Margie Siers

    If the mooslims don’t have to pay interest then I say no one should. Just think how much easier ut would be to repay student loans or anything else we are paying on the principal only.

  • neal

    STILL worried about a Confederate Flag? This is in Dearborn Mi. Time to pull some heads out of some rear ends!
    here is the real truth

    • ssn708

      No, that isn’t a sign in Dearborn Michigan, or anywhere else.

      • neal

        my apologies

  • RedMeatState

    SHEESH!! Next they’ll be telling them to leave their vest bombs outside too!!

  • catinaz

    I would like a Sharia Compliant loan Please……

  • JoJoJams

    Islam. Give them an inch, and they’ll cut your head off and steal your country.
    Vilest “religion” ever to be made up in the mind of an insane man.

  • greybeerd

    Need to frisk her at the door as well.

  • John Garron

    I’d sure like some interest free loans.

  • Steven Kelley

    As of 2011 France banned wearing of face-covering headgear, including mask, helmets, balaclava, niqas, burqa and other veils covering the face in public places.

    The Gov’t decided that it would be better for the Country and help them integrate into their society and encouraged citizens to “live together”.

    France’s ban upheld by human rights court…

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/01/france-burqa-ban-upheld-human-rights-court

  • Sue Riggs Johnson

    What part of American laws do these foreigners fail to understand!

  • james70

    piss on al sharpton to all the black people go back to africa so you can be free again sniper70

  • Steven Kelley
  • mike

    what’s good for the gander is good for the goose

  • Lillian DeLuise Kunz

    Live in America??? Get rid of it!!

  • Mr. Privilege

    Fuck you CAIR.

  • michele

    This is America. We don’t wear ski masks unless we are in the snow. It is against our culture here for women to even appear to be oppressed, hence the burning of the bras 50 years ago. If you want to live here in this country at least try to dress something like we do. I don’t mind a scarf, but if I went to your country I would probably be beheaded if I wore my short shorts shopping so have some respect for the country you have come to “for safety.”

  • mlb_1902

    Seattle is trying to figure out a way Muslims can buy houses and not pay the interest. That was in the news about 3 months ago and if they find a way for them no to pay interest then that should go for others also not just Muslims. This is America and if they don’t like our ways then GTFO.

    • Kiki

      So you mean I can just not shower for a whole week, throw a rag over my head, claim to be Muslim and get an interest free home loan? It is going to be so fun watching them trying to implement this law.

  • Janet

    These constant problems and having their religion shoved down our throats is the exact reason why the Prime Minister of Australia has told Muslims practicing Sharia must leave Australia. This was a few months ago and the country hasn’t suffered many terrorists attacks.

  • GinnyLee

    “Dawud Walid of the Council of American Islamic Relations believes the store acted in the wrong… “This is really about ignorance, it’s really about fossilized policies and people being stubborn and not coming up to the modern time.” He plans to sue.”

    That’s the way the ‘peacful muslims’ push their agenda – suing and raising cain in the governments across America.

    Talk about ‘fossilized’ – that would be a huge arrow pointing to Islam and all of it’s trappings!

  • Kiki

    Even if she wanted to she couldn’t remove it. Her husband/father/brother would have beat the *bleep*out of her. These woman have the same rights as ass hair according to Islamic laws.

  • Gunny

    Better wake up.
    Muslimes are a Plague and breed like rabbits.
    Soon, they will infest Congress to a point where national Sharia law will be mandated.

  • Dewey

    Two points, both dealing with ignorance on this page.

    First – there are a number if accommodations allowing for interest payments for Muslims, ie accomodating the modern world.

    Second, addressing the comment below, the US is NOT a Christian country.

    So much hate and ignorance in one place – welcome to Radical America.You should probably talk to hardline muslims, you guys have a lot in common.

    Maybe you should ‘go home’.

  • Steve Anderson

    I am I am

  • Danna

    Don’t even think you should try to change our laws. Go back to your own country and see if you can live better.

  • Danna

    Don’t even try to change our laws. What makes you so much as think you should not pay interest
    and yet all Americans should? Do you think you are above the laws here? Go to your own country and see if you can live better.

  • Sean

    “…about coming up to modern times..” says the guy who’s religion is stuck in the 7th century. What the heck do you call subjugation of those that don’t believe in your religion?

  • BigDaddy

    muslims can fuck off. permanently.

  • MR LEE

    I identify as the Lone Ranger. I will not remove my mask.

  • leeada johnson

    So When Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford and I and the rest of the Rat Pack come wearing our Fedoras to meet with Bogie wearing his Fedora and Bacall and Lamarr have their hair covering exactly half of their face, along with Veronica Lake, so that we can all meet up with our Hatted Amish Friends and Chassidic Jew Friends, and in comes JackieO and Audrey Hepburn, wearing their tres Chic hats with white veiling, and the Guys from the local baseball team with their caps, and the cops with their caps, and the Hero Sikh with his Turban who saved us from from a crazy terrorist, and Mother Teresa in Her Head shawl, and the Pope wearing his cap, and our army boys in regulation caps….we’re all going to be thrown out by this two bit white trash business? Not even Pamela Geller would approve and she wears a Wig cause she’s and orthodox Jew, and Dolly Parton just wears a wig period. This is all BS, the woman’s head shawl exposes her face perfectly and any photographer standing outside the store, will take enough pictures in 10 minutes to show that this stores policy is being used discriminatorily, in fact, despite what the sign says. The whole idea is to block Thugs with Hoodies, thugs of any color, but this is totally BS. I don’t want more Moslem Migrants, or illegal Mexicans for that matter, but anyone legally in the country deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, due to all humans, and I will really doubt that the guy with the 3 foot sombrero is a security risk. Cassini, your not even smart enough to be a bigot, just an imbecile

  • captain keke
  • TrumpWillFuckYouAll

    You’re all dumb fucks

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  • alioyee

    what is the big deal in wearing a veil like what is their problem amazed u read this article i think u guys should watch this interview of how much hatred people have for muslims

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  • fdtasarim

    Free Country. Free enough for you to move to North Korea anytime.

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