Islam in Israel Sharia

AMAZINGLY STUPID: ISRAELI PRESIDENT WELCOMES NEW SHARIA JUDGES, INSISTS THEY’RE REFLECTION OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM/DIVERSITY

Islam is anti-everyone non-islamic (and there’s even a pecking order in that)

No they’re not, they (islam peddlers) don’t express anything that the president depicts, other than the vain hope that by appeasing them (Islam in general) they will curry favor with the greater islamic world. Fat chance of that ever happening, they’re still considered as apes and pigs by the very people they’re welcoming.

Rivlin welcomes Israel’s new sharia judges in Jerusalem ceremony

Existence of state-backed Islamic courts reflects country’s commitment to religious freedom and diversity, president says

President Reuven Rilvin and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (center front) pose with new Israeli sharia judges during a ceremony at the President's Residence in Jerusalem on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 (Mark Neyman/GPO)

President Reuven Rilvin and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (center front) pose with new Israeli sharia judges during a ceremony at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem on
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 (Mark Neyman/GPO)
February 9, 2016, 10:32 pm
President Reuven Rivlin on Tuesday welcomed Israel’s newest qadis (Muslim judges), telling them that the existence of state-supported Muslim religious courts highlights Israel’s commitment to upholding religious freedom and diversity.

“The authority of the sharia courts – as assured by Israeli law — to me reflects the fundamental principle that an attachment to faith, to tradition, to a culture and community, is not solely the issue of the individual,” Rivlin told the seven new qadis, who are appointed to sharia courts across the country, during a ceremony at his official Jerusalem residence.

“Such affiliations are a basic right of a citizen in a democracy, and accordingly it is the obligation of the state to support and nurture them,” he said.

Israel’s sharia courts, Rivlin said, demonstrate “the recognition of the unparalleled importance of the vitality of communities, cultures and traditions to the fabric of the life in the modern state.”

2 Responses

  1. So-called Libreralism has been well documented as a mental disorder. When emotional sentiments rule decision making, problems arise. The mind is good for weighing things. When an emotion overrules the mind, we wind up with people and organizations that think like ping pong balls dropped into an empty swimming pool. One genus, two diametrically opposed minds. Sad…

    1. Exactly QiPo, it’s the difference between followers of an ideology and those who follow philosophy based upon human experience.

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