The ACLU had filed a lawsuit on behalf of its roughly 8,000 members asking the court to clarify that state law allows people to use non-Christian religious scriptures for oath-taking.
Greensboro Muslim Syidah Mateen, who joined the suit, claimed she was harmed in 2003 when a judge did not allow her to take an oath on the Quran when testifying in a Guilford County courtroom.
However, Superior Court Judge Donald L. Smith tossed out the lawsuit on Dec. 8, deciding that the plaintiffs lacked a legal controversy. ...
And you are free to copy and spread it around.
I wonder if people supporting the judge's ruling have a copy?
The Satanic Verses, otherwise known as the Koran, should have its history exposed to everyone. I haven't read this complete article, but it seems to be on track.
I hope others like Engineer will put up more detailed ideas about the Koran.