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Tennessee bill would make following Shariah law a felony

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"The way that it's worded makes the assumption that any practice of Islam is a practice of terrorism," she said. "And that's a dangerous line to walk. It excludes the millions of Muslims that are practicing peaceably from the ability to do so."

Republican Gov. Bill Haslam said he plans to meet with the bill's sponsors to find out more about the proposal, but said he wants to ensure "that we're doing things that are welcoming people to Tennessee that are legally here."

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Online:

Read SB1028/HB1353 at:http://www.legislature.state.tn.us/

Tennessee Eagle Forum:http://www.tneagleforum.org/

Society of Americans for National Existence:http://www.saneworks.us/indexnew.php

Center for Security Policy:http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/index.xml


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