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Mullah Ahmad says that American democracy and the Shari'a are one and the same

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 2, 2008 at 07:18

Boys and girls this is in black and white from the mouth of Mullah Ahmad and he wrote

>I myself don't think Shariah Law should be passed in America, why, when the democracy we enjoy here is so similar to it.

OK now, could you tell us what is really the American democracy? and why is it so similar to the Islamic shari'a law? and what is really the Muslim Shari'a? and where did it come from?

Hint: The rule of the Qur'an in the shari'a is very limited. Also what is the origin of the shari'a? Hint: big time gasp: read "Roman provincial and Islamic law" By Crone and you will realize that nothing ever drops from the sky including the Qur'an and the shari'a but Islam is and the shari'a are stuck in the 7th century late antique world. So much for the law of Allah.

And how would you address the inequality of Muslims and non Muslims, woman and men, the anti-human aspects as well as the anti-reason aspects if this 7th century barabaric law called al-shari'a?

I will be waiting for your answers with great anticipation

And the transliteration for today is: Do us all a favor the word Muslima does not have the Arabic letters hah or heh at the end and it is not Muslimah (and the plural is muslimat) and stick to English and just write: Female Muslims. Now do you see what happens when you become the slave of a foreign culture and language? You seem to be a decent man Mullah Ahmad and Islam is a step backwards. May be you need to check Buddhism

So much for the followers of the religion of the Arabs and Arabian imperialism


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