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US Constitution Vs Shari'a

Reader comment on item: Barack Obama's Muslim Childhood
in response to reader comment: Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America

Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), May 28, 2008 at 17:20

The American constition as a whole holds only few points in the Shari'a Doctrine of Islam.

The whole constitution is a mere corner of the Shari'a. So Shari'a is better than the American constitution.

and I can tell you the Islamic Shari'a that is based on Quran is similar in many ways to the America constitution but have more values in it

I will reply to you about Obama in a next comment

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