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Enforce Islamic Law in Canada?

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Submitted by Olie (Indonesia), Sep 27, 2005 at 13:21

With Islamic law, in public women are not allow to wear short sleeves, must cover the hair, must wear rain coat dress, must not having party with alcohol, must not talk to stranger (men), must marry young, must cook at home, must not attend school freely. The most important things is must 100% obey to husband even legally must share the husband with other 3 women. Which woman want to follow that law?
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