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Sharai the Islamic Law in the West

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Submitted by BK KAUL (India), Aug 11, 2009 at 03:47

Hindus in India had a taste of muslim fundamentalism during muslim rule. Hijab or Halal is the starting point. West should be ready for jazia (Tax on non muslims) and conversions . The first victim of conversion is a woman who marry a muslim. She shall have to be converted to Islam and then only she is accepted as a muslim wife. No non muslim should ever dream of becoming a legislator or senator in an area dominated by muslims.And once power is i n their hands, suppression on non muslims shall follow.

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