Patches- US Iraq Soldiers VS Muslim Brotherhood


Fellow Patriots, why are our guys wearing an Islamic symbol dedicated to the sharia laws of the Quran?

Operation Inherent Resolve. The U.S.A. led coalition in the fight against ISIS, working with countries like Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates. Jordan and Turkey are secular Islamic countries, which means breaking extreme sharia laws is looked upon harshly, but they probably can’t arrest you for them.

In Saudi Arabia however, you can be arrested for blasphemy or apostasy. You can be flogged & imprisoned for being gay or transexual. You can be stoned, arrested or executed for committing adultery, even if it was done by rape. Celebrating Christmas is illegal. Building snowmen is illegal.  Women are considered half the value of men and they can marry baby girls as young as one year old. All women must cover their hair, arms and shoulders, regardless of religion. Women are not allowed to drive, play sports, listen to music, dance, enter a cemetery, eat in a restaurant alone, or leave home without a male relative. The religious police can beat you in the street, for breaking these rules and you can be stoned, flogged, imprisoned or executed. Saudi Arabia has the same swords as the patch. Being gay, adultery and blasphemy are also illegal throughout the EAU.

How can we stand for the Constitution and stand for Sharia Laws at the same time? What are we fighting against exactly when we fight Isis, which is enforcing those same sharia laws? Islam has been at war with itself since the 6th century and now our soldiers are wearing a symbol of not just the more moderate secular ones, but the most extreme.

Operation Inherent Resolve

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The date palm tree represents vitality and growth.
The crossed swords symbolize justice and strength rooted in faith.


Foreign travel advice
United Arab Emirates
Cross-dressing is illegal. Homosexual sex is illegal

Apostasy laws of twenty-three countries in Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia and primarily focuses on jurisdictions that make apostasy, or renouncing one’s religion, a capital offense.



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