Some things simply do not mix. One example is the US Constitution and Sharia Law. At least not to the extent that Islamis law addresses a particular form of government that is incompatible with our constitutional republic. This does not mean people need to go to war with each other. Nor does it mean that people in the US cannot practice the Muslim faith. It does mean that when there is a conflict between the Constitution and a religious doctrine, the foundational law of this country must prevail.
Those who practice Christianity, Judaism — even atheism — have found that they can live here and practice their faith, or lack thereof, just fine. But what about Muslims? What happens when Islamic Sharia Law slams into the Constitution? It's not for no reason that we see Muslim communities pushing for the establishment of Sharia Law in place of existing laws. They correctly understand that the two legal systems cannot coexist.
The answer is that one legal system must give way to the other. More on page two.