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Submitted by Egil Ulateig (Norway), Aug 31, 2007 at 11:32

So, judges in Western European courts are to decide what in the Sharia is acceptable to the country`s own laws and the international law. I wonder how many strange judgements we are going to have in the future, based on this working principle. The Sharia is absolutely incongruent with modern, civilized law, and should be banned. This is also the attitude of a number of dissidents in Muslim countries.

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