Do Muslims Believe Sharia Law Supersedes the U.S. Constitution?
Do Muslims in the United States believe Sharia law supersedes the U.S. Constitution?
Fox News contributor David Webb traveled to an Islamic cultural center in New York City and asked American Muslims that very question.
One man answered, "No, but I think the Sharia law is made by God, by Allah. And the Constitution is made by people, so it’s not the same."
Several men simply said, "Yes." A smaller number answered, "No."
One man replied, "Sharia law is completely different than the United States Constitution. As a Muslim, you practice Islamic law, as a Muslim. The United States Constitution, as a citizen, I respect the Constitution, nothing to do with Sharia law. In Muslim countries, Sharia Law is allowed. Other countries? No, you have to respect the Constitution."
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