Muslim Pledge of Allegiance to Allah, Muhammad, and the Global Ummah Before the United States

By Rick Wilson
Published in The Social Contract
Volume 21, Number 1 (Fall 2010)
Issue theme: "The menace of Islam"

As an American Muslim,
I pledge allegiance to ALLAH and His Prophet,
I respect and love my family and my community,
and I dedicate my life to serving the cause

of truth and justice.
As an American citizen, with rights

and responsibilities,
I pledge allegiance to the flag

of the United States of America
And to the republic for which it stands,
one nation, Under God, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.

This is the pledge of allegiance that is at the website of the Bureau of Islamic and Arabic Education:

This pledge states that this person’s allegiance is to go to Allah first, Muhammad second, “my family and my community” third (my community means the global Muslim Community, known as the Ummah), and then to the cause of truth and justice fourth. In fifth place comes the defense of their rights (per our Constitution and laws) and “responsibilities” under those laws (defined by them). Finally, in sixth place is the actual pledge of allegiance to the flag of the United States and to the Republic.

The basic problem is that you do not get Islam without Islamic law, or the Sharia, which is directly in contravention of the United States Constitution, which the flag stands for as a major part of the United States of America and the Republic for which it stands.

This is an example of “ Taqqiya,” or lying to non-Muslims, as practiced by these radical Muslims.

Can you imagine a specifically Christian pledge or a specifically Jewish pledge being applauded by anyone in the U.S.?

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution would be moot, for there would be, and almost is today, no freedom of speech or freedom of the press to even factually criticize Islam, much less express a contrary opinion. There would be no freedom to assemble if the group that was to assemble was to criticize or march against Islam, and no freedom to petition the government about the unequal treatment of non-Muslims. There, of course, would be no freedom of religion, as Christians and Jews are Dhimmi, or second-class citizens. All other religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, are not even recognized by Islam as having a right to exist.

That, in effect, would demand the total rewriting of the First Amendment. The rights of Muslim men would be as the First Amendment exists today, but exceptions and explanations would need to be included for Muslim women, even more so for Christians and Jews, and then even fewer, if any, rights to all those adhering to other beliefs (atheism, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc.).

Under Sharia law, only Muslims, and sometimes only Muslim men, are allowed to possess or own firearms or other weapons, such as long carving knives. That demands the destruction of the Second Amendment.

The Third Amendment might survive.

The Fourth Amendment would have to be altered to affect only Muslims and Muslim men, as Christians and Jews and others can be seized and searched for no apparent reason other than looking crosswise at a Muslim under Sharia law.

The Fifth Amendment would also have to be altered, for Christians have no rights in court against a charge brought by a Muslim or a crime purportedly committed against a Muslim.

The Sixth Amendment would also have to be altered. A Christian’s word is not allowed in a Muslim court, and Christians cannot sit on a jury involving a Muslim on either side of the case at hand. Kangaroo courts and lynchings after such courts’ finding of guilt are regularly allowed against non-Muslims under Sharia law.

The Seventh Amendment has the same problems as the Sixth.

The Eighth Amendment would have to be altered to only apply to Muslim men, as excessive bail, fines, and cruel and unusual punishment are standard procedure against non-Muslims under Sharia law.

The Ninth Amendment, and all amendments, would need to have their verbiage altered to replace “people” with “Muslim men”.

Amendment Thirteen would probably have to be repealed, as slavery is permitted, even promoted by the Holy Qur’an, is formally or informally a part of the law in most Muslim nations, and is still openly practiced in several nations, such as Sudan.

The Fourteenth Amendment would also have to be altered or repealed, as all men are not equal under Sharia law, and it does codify laws discriminating against Christians, Jews, women, and all others.

The Nineteenth Amendment, women’s suffrage, would have to be altered. For example, it takes the word of two women to equal one man under Sharia law for any civil or most criminal cases. If it is a case of rape, then four men must be direct witnesses that testify against the accused in order for the accused to be found guilty. Four women could testify against the accused, and it would be as if no one testified.

There is no equality in liberty or in justice under Islamic law for anyone other than Muslim men. No women or non-Muslims have the same rights and freedoms as Muslim men. Christians and Jews, as Dhimmi, are treated badly. Americans need to realize that jihad is the Third Political Rail.

About the author

Rick Wilson is a former candidate for Congress from Michigan’s 5th District. As a businessman, he worked in the automotive industry for 35 years.

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