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No Sharia Law

Reader comment on item: No Islamic Law in Minnesota, for Now
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Submitted by Philip Saenz (United States), Dec 4, 2007 at 11:09

I don't want sharia law in my free country, the good old USA. I don't want women stoned to death. I don't want sex craved dirty old men to have the right to "marry'" nine year old little kiddies. ... I don't want a poor girl to receive 200 lashes because she was raped by a bunch of sick Muslims. I don't want to see a poor teacher condemned just because she innocently allowed a child to name a teddy bear Muhammad. Originally, this poor teacher was condemned to forty lashes.

I don't want to become a second class citizen just because I reject ... Islam. I don't want to see women as less human than men. I don't want to hear evil Islamic Imams say that the God of Love is the same person as Allah, who is the god of hatred, god of rapists, the god of deception, the god of sex perverts who "marry" little kiddies against their will, the god of ruination to mankind. I want the freedom to name my pet pig Muhammad if I so desire...

And I'll drink to that all I want, and hope others join me.


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