Circus atmosphere as judge sworn in on Quran

A week ago Carolyn Walker-Diallo was sworn in as a judge in Brooklyn’s 7th Municipal District. She placed her hand on the Quran and swore to uphold the constitution. Since then, there’s been uproar in certain quarters. And rightfully so. As Pamela Geller reports:

The Koran forbids allegiance to non-Muslim authority, so isn’t this Muslima’s vow worthless? How can she serve two masters at once? In Islam, sharia supersedes all manmade laws. It is the law of Allah.

The Koran dictates that Islam is in a perpetual war against all infidels until a sharia-dominant world is established. Which master will she serve in this conflict?

 

(Of note, after Diallo was sworn in, a circus-like atmosphere ensued that disrespected the dignity of the courtroom, here.)

Meanwhile, Fox News reports that Diallo’s campaign page posted this message:

“All is praise (sic) is indeed due to the Most High! I am humbled that my community has entrusted me with the immense responsibility of ensuring that EVERYONE has notice and a FAIR opportunity to be heard in the halls of justice.”

The uppercase used in “everyone” and “fair” suggests (beyond a ridiculously adolescent way for a judge to write) she’s got a bone to pick and an agenda.

Diallo’s campaign site also referred to the “unique perspective” she will bring to the bench. I wonder what that might be? Something sharia-related? It’s not far-fetched when you consider the woman got sworn in on a totalitarian doctrine that mandates our demise and that she is also a shill for the Muslim Brotherhood.

This year she was one of three guest speakers at a CAIR banquet in Brooklyn. The other two speakers were Hassan Shibly and Imam Siraj Wahhaj. Here’s a bit about these fellows:

Per the Investigative Project on Terrorism, Shibly “has a track record of defending terrorist groups.” Following the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War, Shibly characterized Hezb’allah as a “resistance movement,” claiming they were “absolutely not a terrorist organization” and that “any war against them is illegitimate.” Shibly also went so far as to express his desire to join their war effort.

Per Discover the Networks, some of Siraj Wahhaj credentials include being named as a possible co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, inviting the leader of a terror organization to address his congregation several times, advocating for the replacement of the U.S. government with an Islamic Caliphate, and supporting violent Islamic jihad.

Drip, drip, drip. Cut, cut, cut.

A week ago Carolyn Walker-Diallo was sworn in as a judge in Brooklyn’s 7th Municipal District. She placed her hand on the Quran and swore to uphold the constitution. Since then, there’s been uproar in certain quarters. And rightfully so. As Pamela Geller reports:

The Koran forbids allegiance to non-Muslim authority, so isn’t this Muslima’s vow worthless? How can she serve two masters at once? In Islam, sharia supersedes all manmade laws. It is the law of Allah.

The Koran dictates that Islam is in a perpetual war against all infidels until a sharia-dominant world is established. Which master will she serve in this conflict?

 

(Of note, after Diallo was sworn in, a circus-like atmosphere ensued that disrespected the dignity of the courtroom, here.)

Meanwhile, Fox News reports that Diallo’s campaign page posted this message:

“All is praise (sic) is indeed due to the Most High! I am humbled that my community has entrusted me with the immense responsibility of ensuring that EVERYONE has notice and a FAIR opportunity to be heard in the halls of justice.”

The uppercase used in “everyone” and “fair” suggests (beyond a ridiculously adolescent way for a judge to write) she’s got a bone to pick and an agenda.

Diallo’s campaign site also referred to the “unique perspective” she will bring to the bench. I wonder what that might be? Something sharia-related? It’s not far-fetched when you consider the woman got sworn in on a totalitarian doctrine that mandates our demise and that she is also a shill for the Muslim Brotherhood.

This year she was one of three guest speakers at a CAIR banquet in Brooklyn. The other two speakers were Hassan Shibly and Imam Siraj Wahhaj. Here’s a bit about these fellows:

Per the Investigative Project on Terrorism, Shibly “has a track record of defending terrorist groups.” Following the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War, Shibly characterized Hezb’allah as a “resistance movement,” claiming they were “absolutely not a terrorist organization” and that “any war against them is illegitimate.” Shibly also went so far as to express his desire to join their war effort.

Per Discover the Networks, some of Siraj Wahhaj credentials include being named as a possible co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, inviting the leader of a terror organization to address his congregation several times, advocating for the replacement of the U.S. government with an Islamic Caliphate, and supporting violent Islamic jihad.

Drip, drip, drip. Cut, cut, cut.