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Why Sharia Must be Opposed- I agree with Mr. Ahmad.

Reader comment on item: Why Shariah Must Be Opposed

Submitted by Anne-USA (United States), Aug 6, 2009 at 17:05

Very Good Topic Dr. Pipes, that is being discussed in many circles. There are many Muslims in the US that have said they wanted to escape Sharia Law, instituted in other countries. They want peaceful lives with jobs, and a good place to raise their families. I think Islam would love to bring the United States under Sharia law because of the power it would generate for them. More and more Americans are aware of this fact and want to keep our nation free from being under dictatorship and being allowed to worship in the religion of our choice and our freedoms.

I am glad that Many Muslims are trying to clarify their feelings and wishes to those who are so aggresive, in making countries submit to their will by Sharia Law.

Thanks Mr. Ahmad for your honesty!


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