From Creeping Sharia |
Remember, the USPS won’t ship unIslamic content to US troops. That’s right, they enforce Sharia on shipments to troops.
It’s a brand new year, America, and the U.S. Postal Service has just introduced its annual batch of 2016 stamps.
Among the stamps is a purple-and-gold stamp celebrating the two most significant festivals in Islam: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.
The stamp’s gold calligraphy (by Mohamed Zakaria of Arlington, Va.) reads Eidukum mumbarak, which translates as: “May your Eid be bountiful (or blessed).”
The stamp features no actual imagery other than the calligraphy and a few words in English.
Sikhs, Buddhists and followers of various other religions don’t appear to be getting any stamps honoring their belief systems for the upcoming year.
There is, however, a Kwanzaa stamp. Kwanzaa is a holiday created in 1966 by a leftist professor, Maulana Karenga, who was convicted in 1971 for felonious assault and false imprisonment for beating two nude women with an electrical cord. Karenga spent four years in prison.
“Our stamps articulate the American experience through miniature works of art,” acting stamp services director Mary-Anne Penner said in a press release. “Our diverse stamp topics for 2016 are sure to appeal to everyone.”
USPS Regulations are Sharia compliant:
Military Mailing Restrictions
Learn what you should — and shouldn’t — send to our troops.
Before you send a letter or package to one of our military service members overseas, make sure you’re aware of the restrictions. Mail addressed to military and diplomatic post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions regarding content, preparation, and handling. Although there are specific restrictions for each five-digit Military and Diplomatic Post Office ZIP Code (APO/FPO/DPO), generally, the following are prohibited in the region of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom:
Obscene articles (prints, paintings, cards, films, videotapes, etc) and horror comics.
Any matter depicting nude or seminude persons, pornographic or sexual items, or nonauthorized political materials.
Bulk quantities of religious materials contrary to the Islamic faith. Items for the personal use of the addressee are permissible.
Pork or pork by-products.
Military Restrictions For specific restrictions and mailing prices to an APO/FPO/DPO address, visit the Price Calculator. You can also call 1-800-ASK-USPS or consult your local Post Office™.