While I typically write most passionately about the importance of the Second Amendment, I would be a terrible citizen of this nation if that was the only amendment I supported. The first 10 are all vital to our way of life as a Free people, and we must defend them all.
The First Amendment (you know, the one that says Government can't force us to practice our religion or not practice our religion in any fashion?) is coming under attack, by a Muslim woman, who reported for the Wall Street Journal. Apparently she hates freedom too, and would use the legal system, and the overwhelming weight of bureaucracy to crush it.
The attitude behind this approach is disgusting in so many ways. Speaking from an American perspective, I would say that 'There are enough other religions and sub-sects within those religions that you can find one with any set of beliefs in this land that match those which you hold.' As someone who understands what it means to be faithful to a 'religious concept' (In my life, I would refer to this as a relationship with Christ, not a set of beliefs, or book of rules, or anything limited and man-centric such as that.) I would suggest that she either needs to understand what her faith teaches, and adhere to it, challenge it from within using any examples or scripture or teachings or any other source needed, or leave it.
If a government attempts to force religions to practice within their set of rules, it defeats the entire purpose of any religion. Following a set of beliefs based on faith is an understanding that a higher power than man is the source of those beliefs. To give government authority over religion subverts the purposes of both.
This is something our founding fathers understood, and specifically wrote 1A to protect us from that very real, very evil reality.
Our rights are under attack daily. This is why it is vitally important that we the people make our voices heard.