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AFDI 18-Point Platform for Freedom
Found in book Fatwa: Hunted in America by Pamela Geller (201), pp. 228+ AFDI calls for the US and other non-Muslim governments to recognize officially that Islam is a political movement and therefore not solely religious in the strict sense of the US Constitution.  AFDI recognizes that Islam in its mainstream theological forumlations and its dominant form throughout its history, not “extremist Islam” or “hijacked Islam” or “Islamism”, but Islam in the Koran and Sunnah as understood by Islamic jurists and theologians, can and should be regarded as an authoritarian and supremacist political system as well as a religion.  Thus, Muslim groups should be subject to all the scrutiny and legal requirements of political organizations, without being able to shield their political activities behind the protection of religious freedom. AFDI denounces the crippling rules of engagement under which our soldiers are forced to labor.  They should be given the freedom to defend themselves and protect their comrades. AFDI calls for profiling of Muslims at airports and in hiring in professions in which national security and public safety could be compromised. AFDI calls for immediate investigation into foreign mosque funding in the West and for new legislations making foreign funding of mosques in non-Muslim nations illegal. AFDI calls for surveillance of mosques and regular inspection of mosques in the US and other non-Muslim nations to look for pro-violence materials.  Any mosque advocating jihad or any aspects of sharia that conflict with Constitutional freedoms and protections should be closed. AFDI calls for curriculum and Islam related materials in textbooks and museums to describe Islamic doctrine  and history accurately,  including its violent doctrines and 1400 year war against unbelievers. AFDI calls for a halt of foreign aid to Islamic nations with sharia based constitutions and governments. AFDI denounces the use of sharia law in any western court or nations AFDI advocates deportation hearings against non-citizens who promote jihad in our nations. AFDI calls for an immediate halt of immigration by Muslims into nations that do not currently have a Muslim majority population. AFDI calls for laws providing that anyone seeking citizenship in the United States should be asked if he or she supports sharia, and investigated for ties to pro-sharia groups.  If so, citizenship should not be granted. AFDI calls for the cancellation of citizenship or permanent residency status for anyone who leaves the country of his residence to travel for the purpose of engaging in jihad activity, and for the refusal of reentry in this country of residence after that jihad activity. AFDI calls for careful investigation of Muslim… AFDI calls for legislation to make the foreign funding of Islamic Studies departments and faculty positions in our univesrsities illegal. AFDI demands the repeal of U.N Resolution 16/18 and any other resolutions that might limit the freedom of speech. AFDI calls for Muslim chaplains in prisons and the military to be thoroughly vetted, and dismissed if they have ties to any Islamic supremacist group, or if they advocate jihad. AFDI calls for the development of energy policies that will free us from dependence upon oil from Muslim countries. Through SION, AFDI establishes a common American/European coalition of free people determined to stand for freedom and oppose the advance of Islamic law, sharia.  Islamic law is not simply a religious system, but a political system that encompasses every aspect of life; is authoritarian, discriminatory, and repressive; and contradicts Western laws and principles in numerous particulars.  SION respects Muslims as fellow human beings and rejects Islamization as a comprehensive political, religious, cultural and social system of behavior and idelology. AFDI and SION stand for: The freedom of speech as opposed to Islamic prohibitions of “blasphemy” and slander, which are used effectively to quash honest discussion of jihad and Islamic supremacism. The freedom of conscience as opposed to the Islamic death penalty for apostasy The equality of rights of all people before the law-as opposed to sharia’s institutionalized discrimination against women and non-Muslims.