The Muslim Oath Project
Do Muslim public officials/candidates support the U.S. Constitution?
The Muslim Oath Project 2020
Islam Versus the U.S. Constitution – The Muslim Oath Project
93% of Muslim Public Officials Would Not Express Support for the Constitution They Swore to Uphold
The Adventures of Asking Muslim Reformers to Categorically Choose Between Western Laws and Islam
92% of New Muslim Candidates Won’t Express Support for Constitution; One MN Republican Makes it Bipartisan
Update: Dalia Al-Aqidi, the Minnesota Republican, expressed explicit support for the U.S. Constitution after this article was published.
PDF File: 92% of New Muslim Candidates Would Not Express Support for the U.S. Constitution – Jihad Watch
CAIR Interferes In Iowa Election – Refuses To Express Support For U.S. Constitution
Here is the earlier series of articles on this topic:
So You Want to Look into the Religious Beliefs of Public Officials?
It has become “fair game” to question Christian public officials about their faith. It’s time to take the same approach with Muslim public officials. Here is my article:
PDF File: So You Want to Look into the Religious Beliefs of Public Officials – PipeLineNews.org
Holding Muslim Public Officials accountable to the 1st Amendment
Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion
PDF File: Islam in Conflict with the Constitution – Holding Muslim Public Officials Accountable to the 1st Amendment
Holding Muslim Public Officials accountable to the 8th Amendment
The Prohibition of Cruel and Unusual Punishment
PDF File: Islam in Conflict with the Constitution – Holding Muslim Public Officials Accountable to the 8th Amendment
Holding Muslim Public Officials accountable to the 13th Amendment
For those in Canada
Here are some questions that apply to Canada:
Here is the podcast where I discuss these articles: