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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 30, 2006 at 17:52

Your questions are:

1. Is the Shari'a law against democracy?

The answer is yes. Democracy pre-supposes secularism. In Islam there is _no_ place for secularism (al-'Ulmania) as you have the in-equality of the sexes, and the in-equality of Muslims and non-Muslims.

2. You believe that democracy is a bad thing?

z is a "good Muslim" so his answer will be: yes.

3. What legal system would you prefer?

z's answer would be: the Caliphate and the shari'a.

Now if the question here is let us talk about the what this really means? You will not get an answer because Muslims have no clue what this caliphate/shari'a nonsnese really means.

4. In your legal system how would non muslims like monotheists be treated?

The answe here is easy as per Qur'an 9:29 Christians and Jews can either convert to islam or be _humiliated_ and pay a mafia tax (protection tax and no I'm not kidding) called Jizya.

5. Would we have rights to pratice your faith?

As long as you are humiliated by Muslims as per Qur'an 9:29, and pay your Jizya or mafia protection tax, and you are treated as second class citizen and you will have great restrictions on you building a Church or a Synagogue.

5. What about non-Monotheists?

Ah Abul Qasim aka Muhammad had no like for polytheists and as per Qur'an 9:5 polytheists have one of two choices: convert to Islam or be killed. The warm and fuzzy Islam.

But this is not all: The prgmatic Muslim invaders of India realized that killing infidels is messy and they stand to lose the jizya tax, so surprise surprise Muslims now include Hindus and Buddhists among those who must pay the jizya! So much for logic.

6. Would they (polytheists) be killed?

The answer is yes unless they convert to Abul Qasim's religion.

7. Do you 'z' believe that freedom of religion is a good thing?

I will be waiting for his answer to this question with great anticipation.

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