TALLAHASSEE — Foreign laws would be banned in Florida courts for certain family-related cases, under a bill the Senate sent to the House on Monday.
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“I’ve been bullied in school,” she said. “I had verbal assaults, physical assaults.”
What was billed as a 9/11 memorial service took on elements of an anti-Muslim rally Wednesday.
One Brevard School Board member believes a textbook used in many ninth-grade classrooms has a pro-Islamic bias, but the board chair said the book was properly vetted before Brevard Schools adopted it. A third board member wants more information.
When “Jihad” went up, a characteristically crazed response followed.
The mystery surrounding Todashev’s killing heightens.
Shariah isn’t coming to South Florida, but that hasn’t stopped the state legislature from trying—again—to ban it from being used in state courts.
A renewed attempt to pass a controversial “foreign law” bill proposed by Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, and Rep. Larry Metz, R-Yahala, was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Singh, who was wearing a turban was shot at six times by people in a black truck, two of the bullets struck Singh who is in intensive care.
Yerushalmi anti-Sharia bill filed once again for the 2013 session in Florida.
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Even as hate crime victim Cameron Mohammed was being sprayed in the head and neck by his assailant’s pellet gun, he resisted the urge to pull out his .45 calibre pistol and shoot back.
He asked the young man if he was Middle Eastern and if he was a Muslim. (Update)