I preface this article before we dive into it, that I am neither a lawyer nor a Constitutional expert, however, the U.S. Constitution was written in such a fashion whereby all should understand its meaning.
The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution represents what our Founders and Framers previously complained about as stated in the Declaration of Independence. The U.S. Constitution was crafted for a new nation and to protect our universal natural rights while establishing a limited federal government.
The Preamble to the Declaration of Independence carried over as the catalyst to the formulation of our U.S. Constitution and its Preamble.
Our Constitution’s Preamble does not establish law but encapsulates the reason behind the construction of our Constitution. We suffered greatly under the King of England by the severe encroachment of our natural rights, so the U.S. Constitution was born during 1787 –
“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”
Returning back to 1776, the Declaration of Independence was crafted and signed to put on notice the King of England that we shall not suffer your encroachment of our natural born rights anymore–
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
The Heritage Foundation gives a good explanation as to what the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence means –
“Preamble (and first paragraph). Although a document justifying revolutionary war, the Declaration argues throughout on the basis of universal reason by paying “decent respect to the opinions of mankind” and appealing to “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.
Self-Evident Truths. The Declaration bases America and its government on self-evident truths such as human equality and certain “unalienable rights.” The truths are self-evident, not in the sense of being immediately obvious to everyone, but rather in presenting the logical or evident conclusion of what enlightened humanity understands by a human being. Self-evident truths are also not restricted to any one era or nation; they are as true today as they were in 1776, as true in America as they are in contemporary China or in ancient Greece. To enforce those rights is the challenge of American politics.
Rights. Such rights are acknowledged and affirmed liberties inherent in human nature—the right to own property, for example. They are not merely powers, and neither are they simply wishes or desires. “[E]ndowed by their Creator,” these rights transcend the ability of any government to destroy them (though killing or enslaving the men and women who possess these rights is, of course, another matter). Thus, these inherent or natural rights produce legitimate government and deny the legitimacy of any government justified merely on, for example, heredity, religion, class, race, or wealth.
Equality. So conceived, American government is fundamentally about rights or liberty. But these rights follow from the equality of all men. This precedence of equality obviously does not mean an equality of strength, character, batting averages, or writing skill; nor does it demand a communistic equality of results or condition. In fact the Declaration’s idea of equality would forbid such an arbitrary leveling of the naturally diverse human condition. Whatever our differences, there exists a fundamental human identity—that no one is born to rule or be ruled. Equality in this sense therefore requires that legitimate government be based on “the consent of the governed.
The Pursuit of Happiness. The purpose of such a legitimate government in turn is to protect “certain unalienable rights,” including “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” Rights culminate in the pursuit (that is, the vocation, not the chase) of happiness. And happiness is not about self-satisfaction or stupefied pleasure but rather a life lived to its full potential—human flourishing.”
“(Quran (18:65-81) – This parable lays the theological groundwork for honor killings, in which a family member is murdered because they brought shame to the family, either through apostasy or perceived moral indiscretion. The story (which is not found in any Jewish or Christian source) tells of Moses encountering a man with “special knowledge” who does things which don’t seem to make sense on the surface, but are then justified according to later explanation. One such action is to murder a youth for no apparent reason (74). However, the wise man later explains that it was feared that the boy would “grieve” his parents by “disobedience and ingratitude.” He was killed so that Allah could provide them a ‘better’ son. [Note: This parable along with verse 58:22 is a major reason that honor killing is sanctioned by Sharia. Reliance of the Traveler (Umdat al-Saliq) says that punishment for murder is not applicable when a parent or grandparent kills their offspring (o.1.12).]”
[Source for Sharia quotes and more above is The Quran’s versus of violence]
Therefore, Sharia law is extremely intrusive to an individual’s universal natural right from harming their life and liberties which affects their individual happiness. Islam is so extreme that even death can and has been handed down to people for hundreds of years.
In my opinion freedom of religion as specified in our U.S. Constitution was never meant for the practice of enslaving, dominating another nation or killing a human being simply because ones religion or actions indicate that it is OK to do so.
America has an extremely serious problem today with Islam in America and many non-Islamic Americans have already suffered and died because of it.
The only possible course of action I can see for America is to outlaw the practice of Islam from the U.S. before we drown in it by being controlled and killed. And the U.S. should outlaw Islam and deport/jail all those who practice this supposed religion and cult.
In my opinion we shall surely face an increased onslaught of death, domination and destruction of our citizens by a barbaric religion if we do not stop it in the years to come.