Afghanistan Immigrant Warns Against Sharia Law &
The New Refugees Who Will Never Accept American Law
POLIZETTE — Today, whole new generations of Muslim refugees are permeating the United States. These are not children of the Muslim refugees like my parents, who embraced assimilation into the United States with open hearts and minds in pursuit of conforming to American values and customs.
I am a Muslim minority female from Afghanistan. My parents immigrated to the United States by happenstance in the late 1970s. They arrived with their three infant children for what they thought would be a short visit — but due to the Russian invasion in Afghanistan, they were never able to return home.
Imagine leaving everything behind — your family, friends, parents and possessions with no choice but to rebuild your life from scratch in a new and unfamiliar country. That is what my parents did. By the early 1980s, my father became a successful entrepreneur, opening restaurants in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia. He never once felt entitled or received any handouts. And he never asked.
Muslim immigrants then did not expect any special treatment. They worked hard and conformed to the laws of America. In contrast, much of this new generation of Muslim refugees has been ruled by Sharia Law — a radical, extreme, and dangerous legal code developed from scholars of the Islamic faith.
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