When I first heard about the possibilities of this National Defense Authorization Act almost a year ago, I dismissed it because it is so extreme and so devastating to every American. I could not believe that our own Government would do it to their own people, here in America. Now, the worst nightmare has come true. The (NDAA) National Defense Authorization Act has been approved and days away from becoming law. This is the same power the history’s worst dictators used to slaughter millions of their own people. If the American People allow this, they will be buying their own jail cells or FEMA concentration camps. No Government, or Dictator would ever want this power if they did not have something planned to do with it. It just doesn’t make any sense. People need to wake up fast Obama does what he does best, destroy American Freedom and stuff the pockets of his masters with over Trillion. About the NDAA The Senate has passed the National Defense Authorization Act, a bill that will give US military control over the US streets bringing the battlefield to the United States , arrest American citizens without due process and herd them of to detention centers anywhere in the world. The provision was hashed out in secret by Senators Carl Levin and John McCain. Lindsay Graham, a supporter of the bill, explained that it would, “basically say in law for the first time that the homeland is part of the battlefield” and people can be imprisoned without charge or trial “American … Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by Mom of Three: does your place of worship appreciate freedom of religion?
I’m just wondering why a religon would claim to be politically neutral but also take total advantage of “freedom of religion” law. And also, if a member decides they don’t want to be that religion anymore and they decide to exercise their right to have freedom of religion by leaving that religion they are punished for it.
Answer by gutbucket No. I don’t have to worry about it, since I have no religion.
Question by Saudi Hotgirl: Do Egyptians really believe in human rights and freedom of religion?
This poll shows that over 2/3 of the population supports Sharia law.
Sharia law is backward law which violates, Human rights, women rights, freedom of religion and freedom of expression.
So do Egyptians in generally really supports Freedom of religion or they are similar to the Wahhabis?
Answer by Stratomanssy Yes, Egyptians believe in human rights, and yes, they support Sharia Law, simply because Sharia Law itself supports human rights!
Islam is often misunderstood, even more so by Saudi women, because Saudi Arabia, and not Islam, mistreats women and takes away their rights. What in Islam says that a woman can’t drive??? Nothing!
I believe in human rights, and I’m a very proud Egyptian Muslim, and I wouldn’t wish to have it any other way.
Question by Anonnie Mouse (haz a rainbow from jeezus): If freedom of religion is not also freedom from religion, why are businesses allowed to be open on Saturday?
Saturday is a holy day in some religions, but not in others. If we don’t actually have freedom from religions we do not ourselves follow, then why are people allowed to run their businesses on the holy days of religions they don’t practice?
Question by : Did Loughten shoot Gabby and those people because she read the day before about Freedom of Religion?
She read about Freedom of Religion the day congress read the constitution, then that crazy guy Loughton the Atheist went on a shooting anger spree . Seriously the guys favorite book was the communist manifesto- what a FREAK!
Answer by Dreamstuff Entity The fifties called, they want their red scare back.
Question by Gemini: How come America is a country promoting Freedom of Religion?
First, Christianity is so dominant. Anyone believing in other religion feels very marginalized.
Second, the government officially promotes Christianity. Even though the government does not say this is our official religion, they have the idea that people believing in christianity have higher moral values. Even the dollars say “in god we trust”.
In all cases, people who don’t believe in Christianity are very much discriminated. Do you agree??
Answer by LeahKx3 Na, people need to grow up and be who they are and quit being afraid of what other people may think about their religion.
Question by C10: What are the two distinct clauses that make up the First Amendment freedom of religion?
What are the two distinct clauses that make up the First Amendment freedom of religion?
A. The no tests clause and the free exercise clause
B. The establishment clause and the due process clause
C. The establishment clause and the free exercise clause
D. The religious tests clause and the due process clause
Answer by It’s That Guy C. Establishment clause and free exercise clause. This means that government (1) can’t establish an official religion for the country and (2) can’t make any laws that affect the free exercise of religion.
There is a religious tests clause in the Constitution itself, saying that there can be no religious tests to hold office, meaning that you can’t be excluded from holding office if you belong to, or don’t belong to, any particular religion.
Question by : Can I have some notable examples of freedom of religion?
I’m doing research for a report in my civics class and i’m assigned freedom of religion. I would really appreciate if it could be a court case; perhaps a little history on how the freedom was formed would also be helpful.