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Sharia in the West

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Submitted by Janusz Kowalik (United States), Feb 20, 2008 at 21:17

I think that every Western country should follow only one i.e. its own law. There is no room for Sharia even if there is a large minority population of Moslems living in a western country.The Australian Prime Minister was perfectly right and clear when he stated not long time ago that Muslims in Australia either follow the Australian law and values or Australia is not a right place for them.

Every other Western country should make it clear to Moslems that they have a choce either to follow laws of the host country or they are not wecome and should look for a different place to dwell. The idea that one can mix cultures and laws that are contradictory is a hopeless idea leading to serious conflicts and security problems.For example France cannot throw out all Moslems livinhg in France but can make very clear that there will be no Sharia laws introduced in France. The principle of one law without exception is the only sensible approach. The alternative is also obvious: Sharia for all Western countries and the total Islamization on the global scale.


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