Following Defeats, Anti-Sharia Law Supporters Revert to Sneaky Tactics

Push to prohibit application of Islamic law made under guise of equal rights activism.

, The National Law Journal


After three years of litigation, a federal district court last month struck down Oklahoma's 2010 anti-Sharia amendment. But don't let this development fool you. The anti-Sharia movement is alive and well in the United States — and more mobilized than ever.

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