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Islam is State Religion of Ohio Prison System

April 21, 2012
Giacomo, Godfather Politics
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Muslim prisoners jailed in Ohio prisons began complaining about the food and demanding that they be fed meals that were ‘halal’ meals per Sharia law.  To quell the fervor and prevent a threatened lawsuit from being filed, Gary Mohr, Director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction ordered all prison kitchens to stop using pork and to make the meals Islam friendly.

The Muslim diet didn’t set well with a number of non-Muslim inmates.  One of those inmates was James Rivers who filed a lawsuit against Mohr and Ohio prison system for forcing all inmates to eat halal Muslim meals.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio Judge James S Guin dismissed Rivers’ case.  In his decision to throw out the case, Guin wrote,

“Plaintiff asserts that this…violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, subjects him to cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the Eight Amendment, denies him substantive and procedural due process, and denies him Equal Protection.”

“While the removal of pork from prison meals may benefit Muslim as well as Jewish inmates, it also creates a meal that can be eaten by all inmates regardless of faith.”

“[Nor would] a reasonable person … conclude that the menu change endorsed the Muslim faith. The choice is neutral to religion. Several faiths prohibit the consumption of pork…”

“Plaintiff has not alleged any facts or cited any law which suggest he has a constitutionally protected interest in eating pork as part of his prison diet…”

“Plaintiff’s substantive due process claim is based on conduct alleged to be so severe that it shocks the conscience…To the contrary, Plaintiff objects to being treated the same as all other inmates. He does not allege he was denied pork while all other inmates were served this dish. Instead, he complains that all inmates are treated the same, regardless of whether they have a religious dietary restriction of this nature.”

One person who has been following this case closely is former Navy chaplain Dr Gordon James Klingenschmitt, director of The Pray in Jesus Name Project summed up the Judge Guin’s dismissal ruling,

“In other words, because the prison enforces Muslim Sharia law equally upon all prisoners, none of them face discrimination–they are all treated as Muslims equally, and forced to eat Muslim food equally, so Christians have no dietary rights.”

Every day or two, I see another example of Islam and Sharia law creeping into the American judicial and governmental systems while Christianity is being pushed out and ruled against time and time again.  Mark my words, if Barack Hussein Obama is elected to a second term, the thirteen stars on the US flag will be replaced by a star and crescent.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. The Duck permalink
    April 21, 2012 11:05 am

    While one can agree and without much disagreement to the center points raised in this piece, it would carry a great deal more weight were its author more knowledgeable. The last sentence sounds more like the stupidity of Obama himself when during the campaign of 2008the he declared he had already visited 47 states and had 6the left. The point being there are NOT thirteen stars on our flag.. They’d are FIFTY. Therefore, if the author can not get such a basic FACT as the ACTUAL number of stars on the flag, then it is somewhat difficult to take the contents of his arts seriously.

    • DESERTHAWK permalink
      April 21, 2012 11:47 am

      Hey DUCK. What part of idiot are you most familar with? The reference to the 13 stars applies to the 13 original colonies – which are historically symbolic for the USA. The application here implies that Obama would remove the very basis for our existence as a nation. Likewise, the Obamasiah stated that he had not visited all 57 States when he was campaigning. We know that there are only 50 States, but there are 57 Islamic Republics. GO EAT PORK….DUCK!!

      • The Duck permalink
        April 23, 2012 10:52 am

        Point well made… !
        I stand corrected!…

  2. April 21, 2012 10:52 am

    I didn’t know people in prison had rights. I didn’t know that most people in prison even knew how to spell ‘rights’. If they had less rights, then maybe they wouldn’t be so keen on committing crimes that would land them in prison.

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