NC's anti-sharia bill shouldn't have had anti-abortion stipulation added to it
It's possible that the lawmakers who thought to add anti-abortion to the bill did that under the assumption that Muslims would soften their stance, since many of them are theoretically against abortion, unless it's a kaffir's child in question. But they're thinking wrong. And it won't please many conservatives either, since it can embarrass them.
The lawmakers who brought anti-abortion stipulations into the whole debate would do well to drop it and just focus on the problems with Islam itself.