In the matter of the United States vs. Islam- The United States has surrendered to Islam in the year-2001

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Published on 02-23-2015 by the American Herald


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The American Herald found this today, it “sounds” bias and also like someone is spilling the beans so to speak on someone else, but the facts claimed are there to review so we had to share the information:

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International Public Notice

In the matter of the United States vs. Islam- The United States has surrendered to Islam in the year-2001

In 2001 when the twin towers were hit by large airplanes, the U.S. Congress and its president created Home Land Security and passed the Patriot Act that is used against the American Society.

When a country is attacked by an outside hostile force, and that countries government alters its laws against its own people, that act is classified as surrender to the hostile force.

Therefore, the United States was conquered by Islam in 2001 since the individuals that attacked the twin towers were reported and identified by the United States as Al Qaeda, an Islamic terrorist force.

Since that time, the conquered society known as the United States has been systematically enforcing Sharia Law, (patriot act) against U.S. citizens and resident of the various U.S. states that make up the American Society.

At that time it was the honor and duty of today’s American Nationals to preserve the original Government to keep it out of the hands of Islam.


Here is an example of the Laws of War:

Purposes of the laws

Some of the central principles underlying laws of war are:
• Wars should be limited to achieving the political goals that started the war (e.g., territorial control) and should not include unnecessary destruction.
• Wars should be brought to an end as quickly as possible.
• People and property that do not contribute to the war effort should be protected against unnecessary destruction and hardship.
To this end, laws of war are intended to mitigate the hardships of war by:
• Protecting both combatants and non-combatants from unnecessary suffering.
• Safeguarding certain fundamental human rights of persons who fall into the hands of the enemy, particularly prisoners of war, the wounded and sick, and civilians.
• Facilitating the restoration of peace.

Principles of the laws of war

Military necessity, along with distinction, and proportionality, are three important principles of international humanitarian law governing the legal use of force in an armed conflict.
Military necessity is governed by several constraints: an attack or action must be intended to help in the military defeat of the enemy; it must be an attack on a military objective,[13] and the harm caused to civilians an armed conflict, whereby belligerents must distinguish between combatants and civilians.[a][15]
Proportionality is a principle under international humanitarian law governing the legal use of force in an armed conflict, whereby belligerents must make sure that the harm caused to civilians or civilian property is not excessive in relation to the concrete and direct military advantage anticipated by an attack on a military objective.[14]
Now, since all of the police, knowingly or unknowingly are enforcing the Patriot Act, the document of surrender to Islam by the American Society, legally qualify the police as belligerents and have failed to notify the people that they have surrendered to Islam and are under the orders of a foreign Military force. The opposite is happening, the belligerents have declared the civilians as combatants without notifying the civilians that the belligerents are enforcing foreign military law under the direct control and orders of Islam.
The president of the American Society has issued quite a few notices to the belligerents over the past couple of years:



Declared a workplace incident to protect Islam and there are many other examples of the United States protecting Islam over the American Society.

The United Nations Charter (June 26, 1945) had prohibited war of aggression (See articles 1.1, 2.3, 2.4) and GCIV Article 47, the first paragraph in Section III: Occupied territories, restricted the territorial gains which could be made through war by stating:

Protected persons who are in occupied territory shall not be deprived, in any case or in any manner whatsoever, of the benefits of the present Convention by any change introduced, as the result of the occupation of a territory, into the institutions or government of the said territory, nor by any agreement concluded between the authorities of the occupied territories and the Occupying Power, nor by any annexation by the latter of the whole or part of the occupied territory.

Article 49 prohibits the forced mass movement of people out of or into occupied state’s territory:

Individual or mass forcible transfers, as well as deportations of protected persons from occupied territory to the territory of the Occupying Power or to that of any other country, occupied or not, are prohibited, regardless of their motive. … The Occupying Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies.
The United States American Society appointed officials by Islam are consistently attacking, demonizing and arbitrarily detaining, arresting and exiling resistance fighters still loyal to the United States and that society’s original social compact agreement.

The president of the American Society has converted to Islam to avoid beheading. The U.S. Military has been conquered and are following the orders of Islam otherwise face discharge from the U.S. Military or discipline action from their superiors.

The conquered United States is following the orders of Islam as a conquered society:
Quote: Allah ‘The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful’ Praised on US House Floor, Reps Literally Bow to Muslim God”


Islam consistently addresses its U.S. Congress:


And its State Department consistently upholds all of the laws of Islam through its Patriot Act and media outlets to destroy the declared enemies of Islam:

“There does not have to be a formal announcement of the beginning of “military government,” nor is there any requirement of a specific number of people to be in place, or “on site” before military government can be said to have commenced.
See Birkhimer, p. 25 – 26:

No proclamation of part of the victorious commander is necessary to the lawful inauguration and enforcement of military government. That government results from the fact that the former sovereignty is ousted, and the opposing army now has control. Yet the issuing such proclamation is useful as publishing to all living in the district occupied those rules of conduct which will govern the conqueror in the exercise of his authority. Wellington, indeed, as previously mentioned, said that the commander is bound to lay down distinctly the rules according to which his will is to be carried out. But the laws of war do not imperatively require this, and in very many instances it is not done. When it is not, the mere fact that the country is militarily occupied by the enemy is deemed sufficient notification to all concerned that the regular has been supplanted by a military government.”
The Government of The United States of America is intact and has provisions within its documents that protect it from hostile forces no matter its source.

The only way the United States American Society will survive its rule under Islam is to declare independence from Islam under the protection of the Law of Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Law of Nations:

§ 69. Who is an enemy. (147)
THE enemy is he with whom a nation is at open war. The Latins had a particular term (Hostis) to denote a public enemy, and distinguished him from a private enemy (Inimicus). Our language affords but one word for these two classes of persons, who ought, nevertheless to be carefully distinguished. A private enemy is one who seeks to hurt us, and takes pleasure in the evil that befalls us. A public enemy forms claims against us, or rejects ours, and maintains his real or pretended rights by force of arms. The former is never innocent; he fosters rancour and hatred in his heart. It is possible that the public enemy may be free from such odious sentiments, that he does not wish us ill, and only seeks to maintain his rights. This observation is necessary in order to regulate the dispositions of our heart towards a public enemy.

This International Notice is not meant to shock the American Society, however, the American Society does have to be directly noticed that the American Society has been officially conquered by a foreign power and that its leaders have officially surrendered to it with no intention of informing the American Society members (U.S. citizens).