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Not Good, But Not Sharia

Reader comment on item: Islamic Law at Belmont U

Submitted by Griswel (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 10:39

I am glad Mr. Pipes brought this to our attention, and the school behaved badly, but I think "apply the Islamic law to its staff" is unjustified by these events. This is simply PC run amok, as usual, not an application of Islamic law.

We'll be seeing the real thing before too long, best to save this description for that day.

BTW, here is my drawing of Muhammed holding a bomb:

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