Skip to comments.CNN Anchor Compares Catholic School Policy with Sharia Law Execution
Posted on 06/07/2013 4:12:32 AM PDT by NKP_Vet
When a Catholic school in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati fired teacher Christia Dias, it was because by becoming pregnant through artificial insemination, she violated the teachings of the Catholic Church and the terms of her contract. Last week, CNN anchor Ashleigh Banfield attempted to compare Dias' firing with a Sharia law execution, reported NewsBusters.
"Well if it's an Islamic school and they decide to go with Sharia Law and they decide to stone me for this, they can't do that either," argued Banfield, comparing the termination to segregation.
"Then don't sign up to be the teacher," responded prosecutor Christine Grillo. "You are deciding to work for a Catholic school. It's just like deciding to attend a Catholic school. You are there you must abide by the rules and regulations or they are free at will to kick you out."
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Actually, CNN probably supports the tenets of Sharia “law.”
Well, the first to make a comparison to sharia law loses the argument. It must be the new Nazi.
Catholic School is a choice. Sharia Law is not.
Note that the Catholic school didn't want to lock the woman away in a convent somewhere until after her baby was born and given up to the Church.
I thought commie liberals liked Islamic rule?
Pray for America to Wake Up
Both one world socialists (communists) and Islamists have one thing in common ,involunatary surrender of Gods gift to man, free will, for a life of indebtitude and servitude to a state. But make no mistake in believing when an atheist communist frequently favors comparing Islam over other religions using an extremeist example. It’s allways an attack on religion.
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