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Can you believe these Tallahassee lawmakers?

Islamophobes in the Florida state legislature think that the third time is a charm.


After we helped defeat anti-Shariah legislation in 2011 and 2012, Florida lawmakers Larry Metz and Alan Hays are at it again, peddling laws to restrict OUR religious freedom. This year the duo seem determined to push their legislation all the way. Even though, the House version of the bill, HB351 was one of the last bills filed, it is one of the fastest moving bills in Tallahassee.

The House Civil Justice Subcommittee just announced that they will vote on HB351 at their meeting this Thursday, February 7th. We need to ACT NOW to generate 1000 emails, by Thursday morning, opposing this legislature and we need your help to get it done.

CLICK HERE TO SEND A QUICK EMAIL TO THE
SUBCOMMITTEE URGING THEM TO REJECT HB351.


How did HB351 make it on the agenda of the subcommittee this quickly? Representative Larry Metz the sponsor of the bill, also is the ch…

Message from Cair Florida

Stop 'Sharia' Ban House Bill 351: Sign the Petition!
We need 1000 emails to stop bans restricting religious freedom by tomorrow

In March of 2012, Florida lawmakers and Islamophobes pushed for anti-Sharia legislation that made its way into the Florida Senate. SB1360 was an effort to not only attack the community but also to brand sharia as foreign code incompatible with American laws.

Islamophobes in the Florida state legislature think that the third is a charm. Florida lawmakers Larry Metz and Alan Hays are at it again, peddling laws to restrict our religious freedom.


These cleverly-worded bills focus on family law, but are targeted specifically against Muslims and impact the religious family laws of everyone - Muslims, Christians and Jews. If passed, these anti-Shariah laws would restrict and/or deny the use of religious law for matters involving marriage, divorce, and child custody.

Florida state senators Alan Hays and Greg Evers have sponsored SB 58: Application of Foreig…