Oct 19 2010
State Question SQ 755 would prohibit Oklahoma courts from using Islamic shari’a law in their decisions.
Shari’a Law has already been the deciding factor for a judge in New Jersey, although the decision was overturned. The fatwa issued by the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America, which argues that a husband forcing his wife to have sex is not “rape”— is exactly how this New Jersey judge ruled last year where the couple were Muslims.
There already is a justice on the Supreme Court of the U.S. who said she would consider Shari’a law in her rulings: Elena Kagan