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Islamic Law in the United States?

Reader comment on item: Michael Mukasey: No to Islamic Law in the United States

Submitted by Firozali A.Mulla MBA PhD (United Arab Emirates), Oct 23, 2007 at 05:20

Sir:

I think this will change very fast as the law released the funds of the Islamic Charity Funds today 23 October 2007. This was a blow not just to Mr. but it clearly showed that there is a law above the law of rage president who always out of ego want to veto everything hat he does not agree with.

The Islamic Fund that was named as the funds for the terrorist fund has now the legal status that these are used and not misused.

I thank you

Today the Americans showed the democracy by the law and damn the politicians who want to get what they want always.

I thank you

Firozali A.Mulla MBA PhD

Dar-Es-Salaam Tanznai East Africa

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