Lawmakers in Texas have signed a new bill into law allowing Islamists to carry swords and large knives in public spaces.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed the controversial bill that removes restrictions on the use and possession of serveral dangerous types of knives and other edged weapons.
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With Texas being home to one of the largest Islamic populations in the United States, this new law could see extremists carry swords on the streets in the name of their religion.
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The types of edged weapons that are no longer restricted include:
“(A) a knife with a blade over five and one-half inches;
(B) a hand instrument designed to cut or stab another by being thrown; (e.g. throwing knives, “ninja stars”)
(C) a dagger, including a dirk, stiletto, and poniard;
(D) a Bowie knife;
(E) a sword; or
(F) a spear.”
HB 1935 still restricts users from carrying these weapons onto college campuses, nursing homes, sporting events and establishments that sell alcohol. The law also prohibits school-age children from carrying these types of weapons on school grounds or during school activities.
The new regulations come following a loosening of Texas’ so-called “illegal knife” laws:
In 2013, the legislature removed the restrictions on the possession of switchblade knives. Two years later, legislators voted to pass a law prohibiting local jurisdictions from making ordinances regarding knives more restrictive than those same laws at the state level.
These changes also follow the Texas trend of “open carry” laws:
The knife “open carry” law goes into effect Sept. 1.
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