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Leaders Need To Condemn Sharia Coercion

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Submitted by Dave (Canada), Jul 24, 2014 at 17:31

I can't say I'm thrilled with many of the provisions of Sharia, but the worst one has to be the requirement that everyone, non-Muslims included, be subject to its barbarous punishments. The impetus behind jihad is the religious duty to impose Sharia as part of a worldwide push for Islamic rule; that is a direct assault on our freedom. Would it be too much to ask that some courageous Western leader with half a brain speak out publicly against the imposition of Sharia, or am I asking too much?

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