Washington Times Puts Fake Picture Of Elena Kagan In Turban Next to Op-Ed Suggesting She’s Sympathetic To Sharia Law

Posted by | June 23, 2010 15:07 | Filed under: Top Stories

Next to an op-ed column by Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy, and a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration, in the ,  is a phonied-up photo of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan in a turban.  Besides the usual conservative whine that Kagan is somehow anti-military is the accusation that she is sympathetic to Sharia law. (h/t Think Progress)

She personally officiated in 2003 over the establishment of an Islamic Finance Project at the law school. The project’s purpose is to promote what is better known as Shariah-compliant finance (SCF) by enlisting in its service some of the nation’s most promising law students.

Consequently, it is absolutely appropriate for senators to explore Ms. Kagan’s attitude toward Shariah – an anti-constitutional, supremacist legal doctrine that is a threat not only to homosexuals, but also to our civil liberties and society more generally.

This should be too crazy, even for Frank Gaffney; however, he is the person who believed the Missile Defense Agency logo contained a Crescent, and was an indication that Obama was willing to submit to Islam.

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