St. Lucie (FL) Commission to change zoning laws to accomdate Islamic cemetery

Creeping Sharia reports:

Board of County Commission St. Lucie, Florida

The St. Lucie County Commission on Tuesday is scheduled to vote on a rezoning request to allow for an Islamic cemetery.

In a 6-0 vote June 20, the St. Lucie County Planning and Zoning Commission,with three members absent, approved a request by Adel Nefzi to rezone about 5 acres on Christensen Road south of West Midway Road to institutional from agricultural residential for the purpose of building a private cemetery for Baraka Center, a nonprofit Islamic educational and cultural center.

About 20 residents objected to the rezoning.

As usual, ignored by those who supposedly represent them.

Also, Nefzi received a conditional use to build a cemetery, as cemeteries regardless of religion, are not permitted under the county’s zoning code

Islamic faith prohibits Muslims from being buried next to non-Muslims.

The Islamic faith also tells Muslims not to take Christians and Jews as friends and commands Muslims to fight non-Muslims until they accept Islam.

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