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Alcohol, Minnesota and "certain Muslims"

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Submitted by Stephane S Lubicz (United States), Feb 22, 2007 at 14:57

The single most important issue that the non Muslim world faces is the link between the Koran and the Sharia.

Since the Sharia is an expression of the Koran, the recognition of the Koran for the Muslims implies recognition of the Sharia.

In non Muslim countries, this automatically gives the Muslims the right to subvert any existing legal system that is in contradiction with the Sharia.

Most people in the non Muslim world have not yet come to that realization.

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