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The incredible task of changing the SHARIA LAWS

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Submitted by batya dagan (United States), Jan 17, 2006 at 14:47

I think that if the changes to the SHARIA could take place in one place instead of everywhere all at once,there is a chance for the changes to slowly spread.

Clearly this will be a very slow and painful process .
Hopefully Muslims will understand that they need these changes in order to catch up with a democratic and advanced world.
As it is right now it looks as though the Muslims want to pull all of us to the pits of their laws,a frightening thing indeed.
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