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Sharia is not desirable.

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Submitted by Atoo (Canada), Apr 4, 2008 at 23:14

The majority of Muslims rejected Sharia in the Toronto area killing the idea of having it. For sure, Islam will grow rapidly in Europe and in North America. But Islam is powerful without Sharia. Sharia and many silly Hadiths distort a lot of issues about the religion. Rulers like in Saudi Arabia use them to justify their dictatorship. The majority of Muslims in Muslim countries do not want Sharia law. Separation of religion and politics is the right thing to do. Democracy is the answer.

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