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Islamic Laws in Iraq

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Submitted by Mike (Canada), Mar 5, 2004 at 17:38

Well you are talking about sharia laws enforcement in Iraq. Have you heard about enforcement of Sharia laws for Canadian Muslims?This was achieved by Muslim groups of this country in a very sneaky way.

Well our Canadian politicians believe in political correctness. They will accomodate all unreasonable demands by Muslims. Under the guise of speedy justice, back logs in court and taking advantage of arbitration practice, these laws will be applied on voluntary basis, but in Islamic world nothing is voluntary. In order to get votes of minorities our politicians bend backward.Too bad they cant accomodate hindus on letting hindu widows to become sutees.
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