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in response to reader comment: Not Moderate Muslims, but DEMOCRATIC Muslims

Submitted by leigh (New Zealand), May 18, 2013 at 05:31

when contributors write about Mulsims choosing democracy it must mean WITH the rule of law otherwise it is meainhless. Sharia law rejects the rule of law. The Islamic charter of human rights rejects the rule of law (that is sharia law/ICHR discriminate against non Muslims ), . So where to from here?I think Mr Pipes means moderate Mulslims sm are the rare breed who accept the rule of law and a not superior role for Islam and Islamic law..

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