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The summary and answer is as always Sharia-Free

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Mar 10, 2014 at 00:55

Although i sound like a broken record--regarding all the issues to resolve the Islamic dilemmas---Sharia Laws have always been the common denominator -whichever way you slice it---Remove Sharia from the Equation ;and you will automatically remove All the inadvertent adverse Effects-A Sharia-Free environment will inadvertently manifest a positive democratic entity with rules of law ,Women's and Human Rights,and most needed the Sanctity of Precious Lives.

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