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Submitted by forget past (Malaysia), Jan 5, 2008 at 06:38

i would say crime rate would be the same. you think there's no crime in arab countries. do you know where they get their prostitutes from?? they getting their supplies from neighbouring countries. sharia law is barbaric and crime rate will be the same if economy of country is bad.it depends on the economy, not shria, whether crime rate is higher or low.

sharia is brutal and not suitable at an age where we are using science to advance. sharia law has no meaning. say for example a man steals, you will cut all his limbs one by one, is society going to feed him when he's limbless? will you support him?? you will argue back what if the victim is my family member, well let me tell you that's the fault of society at large. society that is brainwashed to be family oriented and so on. think of the individual and place his interest more than family's or society's interest and you will find the answer.


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