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posted by takyon on Sunday June 12 2016, @06:00PM   Printer-friendly

A suspected Islamic terrorist opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida, killing 50 people and wounding another 53 before he was killed by police. While authorities continue to investigate to determine whether this man had ties to ISIS, the terror organization has not been quiet in praising the attack. This comes three days after ISIS announced they would attack somewhere in Florida. Today's attack marks the largest act of terrorism on US soil since 9/11.

takyon: The gunman reportedly called 911 emergency services to pledge allegiance to ISIS. The President will hold a briefing momentarily. Compare this article to the original submission.


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  • (Score: 2) by Username on Monday June 13 2016, @05:25PM

    by Username (4557) on Monday June 13 2016, @05:25PM (#359461)

    Let’s say we try separate the mosque from the state route where the US would embargo any government that is Islamic in an effort to force them to secularize. or if you wanted to go hardcore, could give in and acknowledge islam as a state, and require muslims to go through security checks to get visas, and if it isn’t clear they will be deported back to islamic state. Any way you go about it i think would be challenged based on the first amendment because it effects domestic muslims, telling how their religion works. Then would need another clause stipulating government and religion has to be explicit no matter what, or it would be gambled in the courts and they decided whether Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion applies to a religion that is an establish government elsewhere. Or there will be a check on how far the presidents foreign policies extend. Either way parts would be redefined.

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  • (Score: 2) by Anal Pumpernickel on Monday June 13 2016, @05:29PM

    by Anal Pumpernickel (776) on Monday June 13 2016, @05:29PM (#359465)

    So you want to 'redefine' (i.e. ignore) parts of the constitution. We've seen that done before, and it has led to massive violations of people's rights. I have no interest in 'redefining' the constitution in order to make it less difficult for the government to stop the terrorist bogeyman.