Want to settle a dispute and a disagreement? Islamists at Shariah4America are proposing a Sharia Court at the United Nations. From their website:
“Thankfully there is a unique facility in the Shari’ah to deal with the corruption, oppression and tyranny of rebellious leaders who exploit their subjects. The Court of Madhaalim is a special court in Islam, established to account Rulers, governors and other deputies of the Islamic state and to hear the complaints made against them by ordinary citizens in open and public court. This court has historically had and used the power to punish rulers and officials and demand compensation for their crimes, and even to remove them from office in extreme cases, an idea unheard of in the western world.
An ideal place for such a court in the Islamic State of America would be the obselete United Nations Headquarters based in New York. As the authority and soverignty of the United Nations is not recognised by the Shari’ah of Islam, its headquarters would no longer be welcome on the shores of the Islamic State of America. However the buildings, originally completed in 1952 and spanning an 18-acre site on the East side of Manhattan would be an ideal location to host the Islamic Court.
The site is currently managed by member states of the United Nations and has its own security force, flags of all member states are displayed outside the main buildings. These will promptly be removed and the authority of the Islamic state will be clearly laid down, The united nations, their members, security forces, fire department and postal service will all be evicted and the Islamic Court could likely hold its first International War Crimes Trial almost immediately.
As the former dictators of the Muslim world are already familiar with frequenting these buildings to visit their American masters, they – as well as the US, UK and Israeli leaders – can return to these buildings to stand trial for their acts of tyrrany, terrorism, war crimes, torture, kidnap and murder committed against Muslims around the world. Unlike in ‘democratic’ states of the world today, rulers and their aides are not above the law and cannot escape justice.”