NYC Car Jihadist: I Did It for the Sharia
And if you criticize Sharia, you're an Islamophobe. Like the people who were run over by New York City's Uzbek Car Jihadist who wanted to make Islamic law supreme on earth.
The Uzbek immigrant raised his hand to speak immediately after U.S. District Judge Vernon S. Broderick set an Oct. 7, 2019 trial date.
Speaking through an interpreter for about 10 minutes, Saipov said the decisions of a U.S. court were unimportant to him. He said he cared about “Allah” and the holy war being waged by the Islamic State...
“So the Islamic State is not fighting for land, like some say, or like some say, for oil. They have one purpose, and they’re fighting to impose Sharia (Islamic law) on earth,” he said.
Then Saipov went into the usual Jihadist routine about not accepting the legitimacy of the judge or man-made laws, in contrast to Mohammed's laws.
1. The issue is Islam
2. Not just Islam, but its mandate to impose Islamic law on non-Muslims
3. That mandate is the source of ISIS' appeal to Muslims
4. We need to talk about Sharia law as the source of Islamic supremacism and violence.