What America needs to know about “dhimmitude and dhimmi.” The rule of law and America’s Fatwa

Recently an email has gone out to the world claiming that Muslims want to impose Sharia law on America. Politifacts.com  points to the Oxford Dictionary of Islam to say in no uncertain terms that the dictionary does not contain the word “Dhimmitude,” but it does include the word “dhimmi.”  The Dictionary says that dhimmi is a historical term used to describe a “non-Muslim under protection of Muslim law,” which could include Jews, Christians or Hindus. Adult male dhimmis were required to pay taxes and follow regulations on dress, occupation and residence. In return, dhimmis received “security of life and property, defense against enemies, communal self-government, and freedom of religion practice.” The dictionary notes that dhimmi status has lost relevance in the present day because of the rise of nation-states and modern legal codes. This has been done by practitioners who in their zeal to apply the Constitution are preoccupied. We (the not people) are derivatives of terror and therefore adherents to Islamic Sharia law, for now.  An interpretation that presupposes bestiality.  For the past few days much has been made of the US Constitution.  They reveal sad facts.  Majestically dressed in the robes of Islamophobia, immigrant slander, libel and every sort of hate, the rule of law has been used against the people of these United States.  Modernity has revealed raw facts. Legal codes are relevant to Sharia law of the dhimmis, which is nothing more than a fraudulent contract between we the not people and the United States.
Test of Natural Liberty and the Limits of Democracy
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MK Gandhi and his command of disobeying illegal authority, governmental and otherwise.

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The time that my journey takes is long. Poem By Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore 1913.

Journey Home: The time that my journey takes is long and the way of it long. I came out on the chariot of the first gleam of light, and pursued my voyage through the wildernesses of worlds leaving my track on many a star and planet. It is the most distant course that comes nearest to thyself, and that training is the most intricate which leads to the utter simplicity of a tune. The traveler has to knock at every alien door to come to his own, and one has to wander through all the outer worlds to reach the innermost shrine at the end. My eyes strayed far and wide before I shut them and said `Here art thou!’ The question and the cry `Oh, where?’ melt into tears of a thousand streams and deluge the world with the flood of the assurance `I am!’