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Judge: Spending $153 million on Shariah just fine
The decision from a federal judge who suggested $153 million of U.S. taxpayer money spent supporting Islamic Shariah really isn't anything worth mentioning has been appealed to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and oral arguments have been scheduled April 20 in Cincinnati.
The case was filed against Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and others and is over the nation's bailout with taxpayer money of AIG insurance, which operates multiple companies promoting Shariah-complaint insurance products, the same Shariah that serves as Islamic religious law and calls for cutting hands off thieves and execution for leaving Islam.
The specific lawsuit was filed on behalf of taxpayer Kevin J. Murray over the bailout, which has involved billions of taxpayer dollars. It's being handled by Robert Muise and David Yerushalmi of the American Freedom Law Center.
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