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Refugees and Sharia Law

Reader comment on item: "Eventually, All Humans Will Be Palestine Refugees"

Submitted by Dave (United States), Feb 21, 2012 at 13:17

Even if there were no refugees, Israel is an illegal entity according to Sharia which forbids non-Muslims from having authority over Muslims. Not only does that legal imperative motivate Islamic jihadist groups in their effort at world domination, but it is especially compelling for Israel, which was under the rule of various Islamic empires for centuries.

My suggestion for solving the Palestinian refugee problem: Respect Israel and Jewish historical reality and consider Sharia to be a seventh century anachronism.

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