The Quest for Islam-Based Affirmative Action

Shama Mesiwala graduated magna cum laude in three years from UC San Diego and completed law school at UC Davis at 23. She then spent 13 years as a judicial attorney in the Third District Court of Appeal. As Court Commissioner, Mesiwala will command the same powers and duties as a trial court judge, but when selected for the post she did not emphasize her academic achievements or judicial experience.

“I’m really proud I can represent my faith in this way,” she explained.

First and foremost, a Muslim.

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  • Rather, its a form of favouritism.

    How can this go wrong?

  • simus1

    Interesting how maxists and muslims clearly understand that becoming lawyers very strongly embedded in the western Judeo-Christian based legal systems they find so appalling is Job #1.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Muslims should never be allowed in a position of responsibility such as this. Their first loyalty will ALWAYS be to other Muslims–not to the law, or truth or justice or honesty,

  • Dana Garcia

    Muslims are moochers, first and foremost. They imagine themselves to be superior beings, but they often insert themselves as parasites according to the customs of the local society.

  • Editor

    Is separation of church and state not a thing anymore? I can’t wait for the next Catholic Superior Court Commissioner to be sworn in and state he/she is “proud to represent his faith” in his official capacity.

  • Jay Harper

    I predict removals for cause and appeals based on her prejudicial statements.

  • Tooth&Claw

    Dead on. These people are Muslims, first, everything else is secondary.