Sharia for all

John B. Dwyer
At a meeting of judiciary leaders from Islamic countries in Tehran, Iranian President Amedinejhad proposed formation of an international Islamic court. According to Maniacal Mahmoud, it would "prosecute international criminals, war criminals" and worst of all, "those who fearlessly violate others rights and bring threats & bitterness to their lives."  

With a straight face he stated that "respecting justice is the basis in all judicial affairs."

Thomas Lifson adds:

By their own lights, this all makes sense. There is only one legitimate law for mankind, and that is Sharia. The global caliphate remains the final goal, and everything else is just a tactic to get there.
At a meeting of judiciary leaders from Islamic countries in Tehran, Iranian President Amedinejhad proposed formation of an international Islamic court. According to Maniacal Mahmoud, it would "prosecute international criminals, war criminals" and worst of all, "those who fearlessly violate others rights and bring threats & bitterness to their lives."  

With a straight face he stated that "respecting justice is the basis in all judicial affairs."

Thomas Lifson adds:

By their own lights, this all makes sense. There is only one legitimate law for mankind, and that is Sharia. The global caliphate remains the final goal, and everything else is just a tactic to get there.