False equivalency. We are not talking about a hospital forcing someone to use something, we are talking about a religious based institution being forced to offer something against their faith.There are Catholics who work at University Hospitals and Corporate Hospitals who are NOT forced to use birth control..
There are cases where attempts to have sharia recognized as valid law have only in rejection of sharia, in a substantive manner.
Its no threat to State or Federal law. What it does do is relieve the court dockets a bit.
I wouldn't give it a second thought.
Arbitration has been around for decades.
Just taking a guess, but like say, a cross on a hill?Should this image bother me I do not look. I what I do is respect freedom of speech. Should I disagree I would contact my elected representative and see if I could have a law passed prohibiting such depictions which I find offensive.
Sorry Connery, you are DEAD WRONG!There are cases where attempts to have sharia recognized as valid law have only in rejection of sharia, in a substantive manner.
Care to try again?Opponents of the Islamic center in New York City raise another specter: They say radical Muslims have a plan to impose Islamic law, known as Shariah, on American citizens. But U.S. courts already accommodate Shariah law, following a long history of incorporating religious laws into the U.S. legal system.
Religious Laws Long Recognized By U.S. Courts : NPR