Can a Muslim swear an oath to uphold the Constitution when the Constitution is contrary to his beliefs? The Constitution states that the document’s drafting took place “in the year of our Lord” 1787, a clear reference to Jesus Christ. For a Muslim, Jesus isnot Lord, so his oath would contradict what the Constitution actually states, even if he took his oath with his hand on the Koran.
The First Amendment’s comment on religion states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. . . .” A Muslim could not take an oath to uphold this constitutional right because Islam requires that only Islam can be established as the religion of a nation and all other religions must be disestablished and outlawed.
Muslim are burning churches, killing former Muslims who become Christians, and imposing the Jizya, a “religiously required per capita tax levied by a Muslim state on non-Muslim subjects permanently residing in Muslim lands under Islamic law” in Islamic nations.
Try building a Christian church in Saudi Arabia.
“Saudi Arabia allows Christians to enter the country as foreign workers for temporary work, but does not allow them to practice their faith openly. Because of that Christians generally only worship within private homes. Items and articles belonging to religions other than Islam are prohibited. These include Bibles, crucifixes, statues, carvings, items with religious symbols, and others.”
We hear from Muslims that “Islam Will Dominate the World.” There is talk of conquering countries, if not by the sword then by breeding with the “infidels.”
“They have lost their fertility, so they look for fertility in their midst. We will give them fertility! . . . We will breed children with them, because we shall conquer their countries – whether you like it or not, oh Germans, oh Americans, oh French, oh Italians, and all those like you. Take the refugees!”