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Law by whose description

Reader comment on item: Islamic Law at Belmont U
in response to reader comment: Islamic Law at Belmont U Art. No. 3544

Submitted by John Gonzalez (United States), Jun 24, 2006 at 22:52

Islamic Law what an oxy-moron. If I were to say Christain Law what would be the reaction from all those people who believe in separation of church and state. Somehow if it's Islamic, the separation of church and state does not apply. We have schools in CA. encouraging students to pretend they are muslims for a week. What if a Christain group came to a school to speak against homosexuality and how Christiain Law frowns on that type of behaviour? I do not need to expound on how the ACLU and other secular groups would be filing lawsuits.

Some in this country bend-over backwards for a religion that is hell-bent on the destruction of western society. If you or your readers are really in pursuit of the truth about Islamic law then study Judaism and it's law which came before Islamic and Law and was the model for Islam to copy. This whole idea that somehow Islamic law can offer any real democratic concepts or principles is sheer non-sense.

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