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Haha, he doesn't use that many buttons. Control, C, and V are all he needs.Like the time he single-handedly saved the Boy Scouts from Barack Obama’s indifference, Chuck Norris only latches onto a conservative cause when they’re facing dire straits and need somebody who can kick his way out of them. And now, nearly a decade after 9/11, the time has come for him to make one last stand against the existence of Muslim Americans. “I welcome the plurality of religions in America and am a firm believer in the First Amendment,” Norris writes. “And let me categorically restate that I’m neither an Islamaphobe nor a fear monger.” That’s interesting, because his column is entirely about being afraid of Muslims and trying to help others become afraid of Muslims. How much work has Norris put into this? He just plagiarized some stuff, basically.

Today the world has arrived to “Part 2” of Norris’ current op-ed series on Sharia law. Norris likes to break up his columns into “parts” like this because he’s rather dumb and just phoning these in his subjects require sustained attention.

Norris has compiled a “top ten” list of Sharia evidence and has spread it out over what appears to be at least three columns. Here’s number 7, our favorite:

7) Legislators now in 15 states in the U.S. have put forth bills to ban international law and Shariah from being applied in their states. Are we going to label them all as paranoid? Or are they protecting our Constitution and rule of law as they should?

Are we going to label the hundreds of scoutmasters over the years who have molested Norris’ beloved Boy Scouts as pedophiles? Or are 12-year-old boys, as true patriots know, just really sexy?

Number 9 is interesting, though, because Norris just cold plagiarized it from a Fox News article:

9) In 2010, a New Jersey family court judge’s refused to grant a restraining order to a woman who was sexually abused by her Moroccan husband and forced repeatedly to have sex with him, ruling that the Muslim husband did not have “criminal desire to or intent to sexually assault”

Notice that typo there near the beginning? That’s because Norris copied and pasted this from the Fox article and just replaced “decision not” with the word “refused”:

A New Jersey family court judge’s decision not to grant a restraining order to a woman who was sexually abused by her Moroccan husband and forced repeatedly to have sex with him […] he did not have “criminal desire to or intent to sexually assault”

Here’s number 10 on Norris’ list:

10) On Feb. 12, 2009, Muzzammil Hassan informed New York police that he had beheaded his wife, being justified by Shariah. Hassan emigrated to the U.S. 30 years ago and, after a successful banking career, had founded Bridges TV, a Muslim-interest network which aims “to foster a greater understanding among many cultures and diverse populations.” For those who think this heinous crime is just another random act of domestic violence, a study published in the spring 2009 edition of Middle East Quarterly documented how 50 honor killings in the U.S. over the past 20 years prove otherwise. In 2007, after Aqsa Parvez was murdered by her father in Toronto for not wearing hijab (a head covering), Sheila Musaji wrote in the American Muslim, “Although this certainly is a case of domestic violence … ‘honor’ killings are not only a Muslim problem, and there is no ‘honor’ involved.”

We’ve bolded that part in the middle about the Middle East Quarterly, because the rest of this is just plagiarized from — ready for it? — an article in the Middle East Quarterly:

On February 12, 2009, Muzzammil Hassan informed police that he had beheaded his wife. Hassan had emigrated to the United States 30 years ago and, after a successful banking career, had founded Bridges TV, a Muslim-interest network which aims, according to its website, “to foster a greater understanding among many cultures and diverse populations.” […]

In 2007, after Aqsa Parvez was murdered by her father in Toronto for not wearing hijab (a head covering), Sheila Musaji wrote in the American Muslim, “Although this certainly is a case of domestic violence … ‘honor’ killings are not only a Muslim problem, and there is no ‘honor’ involved.”

Taken wholesale, right down to the parenthetical for “head covering.” Chuck! If you’re going to plagiarize, don’t tip everyone off as to where you’re taking it from!

To us, the biggest problem about people like Chuck Norris is not just that they hate others for their religious beliefs. It’s that they’re so pathetic and predictable when they’re doing it. [WND/Fox News/Middle East Forum]

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