TWO LAWYERS, one Jewish, one Catholic, join forces to fight the Islamization of America

The American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) is a nonprofit, Judeo-Christian organization.  It is singularly unique as the first truly authentic Judeo-Christian public interest law firm. 

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AFLC’s mission is to fight for faith and freedom by advancing and defending America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and moral foundation through litigation, education, and public policy programs. AFLC is first and foremost a public interest litigation firm.  It aggressively seeks to advance and defend our Nation’s Judeo-Christian moral foundation in courts all across our Nation. 

Having collaborated for over four years on many high-profile cases, attorneys David Yerushalmi and Robert J. Muise have decided to formalize their working relationship by together launching the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC). Yerushalmi, an orthodox Jew, and Muise, an orthodox Catholic, describe AFLC as the Nation’s first truly authentic Judeo-Christian, public interest law firm.  

AFLC will aggressively advance and defend our Nation’s Judeo-Christian moral foundation in courts all across America.  Yerushalmi and Muise will prosecute cases to advance and defend religious liberty, freedom of speech, the sanctity of human life, and the traditional family.  They will craft litigation to promote limited government, a renewed federalism, and a strong national defense, which includes the right of private citizens to bear arms.  And they will engage the enemy with what Yerushalmi and Muise describe as offensive “lawfare” to defend our national sovereignty and to fight stealth jihad in all of its forms, including the “civilization jihad” being waged by CAIR and others.

 This intersection between our Judeo-Christian values and the preservation and security of our Nation has garnered the interest and support from several prominent leaders, including former CIA Director R. James Woolsey; former Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Ronald Reagan and current President of the Center for Security Policy Frank Gaffney; Notre Dame law professor Charles Rice; former Inspector General for the Department of Defense Joseph Schmitz; and former Assistant U.S. Attorney and current contributing editor to National Review Andy McCarthy, all of whom will be serving on the AFLC advisory board.

Protecting America Against Sharia

AFLC Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi was recently recognized by the New York Times as “The Man Behind the Anti-Shariah Movement.” Here is what the New York Times had to say: “Mr. Yerushalmi has come to exercise a striking influence over American public discourse about Shariah. Working with a cadre of conservative public-policy institutes and former military and intelligence officials, Mr. Yerushalmi has written privately financed reports, filed lawsuits against the government and drafted model legislation that recently swept through the country—all with the effect of casting Shariah as one of the greatest threats to American freedom since the cold war.”

In Shariah-based Islam’s view, the world and mankind are divided into two irreconcilable groups: Dar Al-Islam, the house of Islam, which is made up of adherents to Islam and where Islamic law rules (or should rule); and Dar Al-Harb, the house of war, which is made up of nonadherents and where “infidels” (known as kuffars, or nonbelievers) live. Included among the “infidels” are Christians, Jews, and all other non-Muslims. This latter realm is called the “house of war” because it is presumed in Shariah that Dar Al-Islam is in a constant state of hostility with Dar Al-Harb until Dar Al-Harb becomes subject to Shariah and therefore converted to Dar Al-Islam. In other words, Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other religion, but to become dominant. 

AFLC: Fighting for Faith and Freedom in the Courts

The American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) is fighting for faith and freedom by advancing and defending America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and moral foundation through litigation, education, and public policy programs.

AFLC is first and foremost a public interest litigation firm.  It aggressively seeks to advance and defend our Nation’s Judeo-Christian moral foundation in courts all across our Nation. For good or ill, the battle for America’s soul is being waged in the courtrooms across America.  AFLC’s aggressive and innovative litigation team is forging new battle lines against our Nation’s enemies in both federal and state courts. For good or ill, the battle for America’s soul is being waged in the courtrooms across America.  AFLC’s aggressive and innovative litigation team is forging new battle lines against our Nation’s enemies in both federal and state courts.

*AFLC prosecutes cases to advance and defend religious liberty, freedom of speech, the sanctity of human life, and the traditional family.

*AFLC crafts litigation to promote limited government, a renewed federalism, and a strong natiional defense, which includes the right of private citizens to bear arms.

 *AFLC engages the enemy with offensive “lawfare” to defend our national sovereignty and to fight stealth jihad in all of its forms

AFLC Senior Counsel Co-Authors Startling Study of U.S. Mosques

A leading international peer-reviewed journal specializing in the empirical study of terrorism has published a study that found that 80% of U.S. mosques provide their worshippers with jihad-style literature promoting the use of violence against non-believers and that the imams in those mosques expressly promote that literature. The study also found that when a mosque imam or its worshippers were “sharia-adherent,” as measured by certain behaviors in conformity with Islamic law, the mosque was more likely to provide this violent literature and the imam was more likely to promote it.

A random survey of 100 representative mosques in the U.S. was conducted to measure the correlation between Sharia adherence and dogma calling for violence against non-believers. Of the 100 mosques surveyed, 51% had texts on site rated as severely advocating violence; 30% had texts rated as moderately advocating violence; and 19% had no violent texts at all. Mosques that presented as Sharia adherent were more likely to feature violence-positive texts on site than were their non-Sharia-adherent counterparts. In 84.5% of the mosques, the imam recommended studying violence-positive texts.

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