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Monday, July 11, 2016

Illinois State Legislature Passes Bill To Create Mullah Council, uh, Permanent "Muslim Advisory Committee"

Iran has a permanent Muslim Advisory Committee.

From Counter Jihad:
At the end of an especially bloody month of Ramadan, which included the worst terror attack in America since 9/11, some politicians and lawmakers feel the solution is to give Muslim community more of a voice in government. 
The state government of Illinois currently has legislation pending the approval of Governor Bruce Rauner that would give Illinois a permanent 21 member Muslim-American Advisory Council. 
The Chicago Tribune describes the uniqueness of the measure by saying, “…Illinois could become the first state with a law on the books that gives Muslims a formal voice in government.” 
The council would have the following structure: The 21-member council, whose volunteer members would be appointed by the governor as well as leaders in the House and Senate, would advise the governor and General Assembly on issues affecting Muslim Americans and immigrants, including relations between Illinois and Muslim-majority countries. Through monthly meetings and two public hearings per year, members also would serve as liaisons between state agencies and communities across Illinois. 
The act specifies that members would serve two-year terms and should bring expertise in a variety of areas including higher education, business, international trade, law, immigration and health care. Staff from certain state agencies would serve as ex-officio members.
Absolutely fucking insane.

If you need ANY REASON to vote Trump and get Democrats our of power, this is it.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish the Jewish and Catholic communities would submit proposals to have similar advisory counsels, and see what happens.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016 2:31:00 pm  

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