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Reader comment on item: Harold Koh, Promoter of Shari'a?

Submitted by Rebecca Moulds (United States), Apr 1, 2009 at 19:52

What is happening to our country? How can we possibly allow Shari'a to apply to some things in our courts of law? It is abhorrent and totally against our laws of separating "church from State" -- in this case "mosque from State." I believe our president needs to be educated quickly about what Shari'a is, and this Harold Koh should be booted out immediately. If this country should ever adopt Shari'a law to anything, I will start looking elsewhere to live, somewhere that would never adopt Islamic law.

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