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Bring on Shariah Law

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Submitted by Yoven (United States), Feb 19, 2008 at 15:27

Hello Dr Pipes & readers,

I have long been opposed to the Shariah law, Halal food and all that good Islamic stuff , times have changed, so has society.

If a muslim is caught stealing, lets cut off their hand.

If a muslim is caught eatin non-halal food, lets stone them

If a muslim is caught breaking the law, lets hang them.

Muslim wants shariah law but with western restrictions, well you just cant have it both ways.

Lets implement shariah law and let a non-muslim decide when we wish to apply shariah law when it suits us when it comes to judge muslims.

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