Postal Service Restricts Mail to Military Personnel
The next time you hear someone, be it a Muslim or non-Muslim, claim Islam is a “tolerant” faith, or that America is not being sufficiently “tolerant” of the Muslim faith, ask them this question:
Is it “tolerant” for Muslim countries to prohibit a U.S. citizen from mailing a Bible or a Star of David to a member of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed in those countries?
The information below was obtained from the “Dhimmi Watch” website. It includes U.S. Postal Service regulations that restrict the mailing of “any matter containing religious materials contrary to Islamic faith” to U.S. military personnel in stationed in selected Islamic countries. (Click on the Postal Service link to read the full list of restrictions).
One would assume the Postal Service has drafted these restrictions in response to demands from the Muslim countries. So, if you want to mail a Christmas or Hanukkah gift to a Marine in a “restricted” country, and that gift is “contrary to Islamic faith,” you can’t do it.
Now if a Muslim in Saudi Arabia wants to mail a Qur’an to a family member in the United States, do you think the same restrictions apply? Of course not.
As Brigitte Gabriel writes in her best-seller They Must Be Stopped, when it comes to “infidels” and Muslims, “tolerance” is a one-way street. Every time a U.S. financial institution like AIG offers a Shariah-compliant finance product, or every time a British city recognizes shariah courts and law, we legitimize Shariah law and the oppressive intolerance that comes with it.
This is why stopping terrorism is not enough. We must oppose the doctrine of Shariah that animates terrorism and cultural Jihad and seeks to subvert the values and freedoms of Western civilization.
December 19, 2008
US Postal Service won't send "any matter containing religious materials contrary to Islamic faith" to overseas military post offices
Want to send your brother-in-law in Iraq a Bible? An ikon? A kippah? Some joss sticks? Forget it. All that is "contrary to Islamic faith." Qur'ans and other Islamic articles only, please.
Sharia Alert from...the United States Postal Service: "Overseas Military Mail," from the U.S. Postal Service:
Mail addressed to military post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding content, preparation, and handling. The APO/FPO table below outlines these conditions by APO/FPO ZIP Codes through the use of footnoted mailing restrictions codes (see the Restrictions page following the table). [...]
C. Cigarettes and other tobacco products are prohibited.
C1. Obscene articles, prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc., and horror comics and matrices are prohibited.
D. Coffee is prohibited.
E1. Medicines or vaccines not conforming to French laws are prohibited.
E2. Any matter containing religious materials contrary to Islamic faith or depicting nude or seminude persons, pornographic or sexual items, or nonauthorized political materials is prohibited. [...]
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