Rep. Ernest Wooton

Rep. Ernest Wooton from Belle Chase, Louisiana authored two bills that were approved by Louisiana's legislative committee.

Says James Gill: "One of Wooton's bills, which provides that no foreign law shall be applied here if it violates a right guaranteed by the American Constitution, is by any rational measure superfluous. But it is not unknown for immigrant litigants to invoke the tenets of Sharia to which, the committee was told, the Maryland courts deferred in a child custody case.

"The Louisiana Supreme Court has so far insisted that cases in America are settled according to American law, but the committee figured it was wise to commit future jurists to that sound principle."

It is a Muslim's Islamic duty to work toward the establishment of Sharia law wherever they are. And they do. The pressure is unrelenting. Where they cannot openly engage in aggression, they wage jihad by gaining concessions. That's why Wooton's bill is important and that's why I hope governing bodies all over the world follow Louisiana's example.

Read more about Rep. Ernest Wooton's bills: Libel On Tour.

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