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Muslims Demand Texas Mayor Resign After She Speaks Out Against Shariah Law – Here’s Her Response
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<b>Beth Van Duyne</b>
Beth Van Duyne
Beth Van Duyne, the mayor of Irving, Texas, found herself in hot water recently when she shut down an Islamic Shariah Court in her town. Enraged Muslims demanded that she immediately resign as mayor, but she just let them know she won’t be leaving anytime soon.

Freedom Daily reported that the Shariah Court had four voluntary lawyers yet it was unlicensed in the state of Texas, which means it was committing the felony crime of practicing law without a license. Thanks to Van Duyne’s efforts, the city of Irving ruled 5-4 to back the Texas state bill that bans foreign law from the state.

Van Duyne immediately began receiving angry calls and threats from Muslims, so she made a public Facebook post in which she fired back at them and explained her reasoning behind backing the Texas law.


Comments:
Hopefully she told them to go pound sand (pun intended).
Posted by Lucas Jackson at 8/25/2016 9:37:29 AM

And a GOOD ON HER for that!! They are sure demanding aren't they? With all the weapons that were found in the mosque in Germany I am surprised the FBI has not shut them all down in the US!! They need to be closed down and ran out of the US and made to go through the process and triple checked and then triple checked again!!
Posted by Slappy at 8/25/2016 10:55:01 AM


She has a job to do and courts in the United States abide by the Constitution. Our founding fathers would be proud if her!
Posted by Willene Thomas at 8/25/2016 3:34:06 PM

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