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Friday, 23 January 2015 14:56
Jindal promotes Breitbart’s articles on Sharia law, no-go zones
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breit-compressedLouisiana governor Bobby Jindal continued the PR machine as it circulated via email an article from Breitbart entitled, “NATIONAL SECURITY, CONSERVATIVE LEADERS PRAise BOBBY JINDAL FOR STANDING UP TO SHARIA LAW”.

 

Here is an excerpt of the Breitbart article.

The article focused upon a letter from conservative leaders appreciating Jindal’s comments regarding Sharia Law and in particular his comments concerning No-Go Zones.  While the article specifically referred to the no-go-zone, the letter, itself did not.   Also, the leaders did not mention whether they agreed or disagreed with Jindal’s insistence that No-Go zones exist, a point repudiated by Fox News and others.

A number of high-profile national security and conservative movement leaders are publicly praising Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a conservative and potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate, for standing up to Sharia Law in a speech in the United Kingdom this week—and they’re calling on other potential presidential candidates to weigh in on the issue.

“We want to congratulate you for your recent remarks at the Henry Jackson Society in London in which you exhibited exemplary clarity of thought, commitment to truth and dedication to our Constitution and the freedoms it guarantees,” the group writes in a letter to Jindal, obtained by Breitbart News ahead of itspublic release.

The leaders who signed it include: retired Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin, former chief Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Andrew McCarthy, Ronald Reagan’s former Strategic Defense Initiative director Ambassador Henry Cooper, Center for Security Policy president Frank Gaffney, retired Navy Admiral James Lyons, Americans For Limited Government president Rick Manning, ConservativeHQ’s George Rasley, Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins, American Family Association’s Sandy Rios and many more.

“The fact that you are being severely, and reprehensibly, attacked for doing so in connection with the central threat of our time – the Islamic supremacist doctrine of shariah and the global jihad being conducted to impose it on all of us – is an indictment of your critics, not of you. To the contrary, such criticisms should be regarded as a badge of honor,” the letter adds.

They specifically cited one particular quote from Jindal’s speech about Sharia Law and “no-go zones,” saying they found what he said “enormously heartening to hear.”

Read the letter

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