Exclusive: Khizr Khan Founded Islamic Journal to Defend Sharia Law

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
By Paul Martin

Khan defends Sharia law responsible for the executions of gays and women in 11 countries

Wayne Madsen
Prison Planet.com
August 3, 2016

Khizr Khan, the Muslim immigrant lawyer from Pakistan who arrived in America by way of Dubai and pulled at the heart strings of viewers of the Democratic National Convention by regaling the audience with the story of the loss of his son in Iraq, Army Captain Humayun Khan, told his son’s story but skipped over his own.

Khizr Khan entered the United States in 1980 from Dubai to attend Harvard Law School. That year saw the Central Intelligence Agency ramp up its operations in Pakistan in support of the Afghan mujaheddin against the Soviets.
The Pakistan operation was shepherded by national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, currently an outspoken opponent of Donald Trump and a bitter foe of Russia.

Khan received his bachelor of law degree from Punjab University Law College in Lahore, Pakistan in 1974. After entering the United States from Dubai in 1980, Khan received a masters of law degree from the University of Missouri in 1982.

Khan specializes in international trade law for Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. As anyone familiar with these countries knows, trade law for both countries involves the traditional Muslim bribe, the baksheesh, which, depending on the value of the deal, can involve millions of dollars. These deals are very familiar to Trump, who could have strengthened his argument against Khan by revealing the “Gold Star father’s” specialty in the “art of the bribe.”

Khan co-founded the Journal of Contemporary Issues in Muslim Law, an academic periodical that seeks to defend the arcane Sharia law to a legal system based on Western jurisprudence. Of course, Sharia law justifies the execution of gays, prostitutes, blasphemers, and Muslim “apostates” who convert to other religions.

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