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Reader comment on item: Why Shariah Must Be Opposed
in response to reader comment: I just had to respond this nighmare... Helen get some tutoring!!!!

Submitted by helen (United Kingdom), Aug 28, 2009 at 09:11

youre really not getting it....beheading is not allowed in islam as a form of punishment! No im not saying muslims dont commit adultery there is good and bad in all religions and races.What you should never do is judge a religion by the practice of some of its people...for example i would never judge a christian on the behaviour of the people of the crusades. I am a white british female and my grandfather served in the war, i have accepted islam and i am not yet married, i wear the long dress and headscarf and i do not have a man i man life telling me to do this. I do this because this is how God advises me to dress...did you ever see the virgin mary in a mini skirt? no she was dressed modestly with a headscarf the same as many christians still do to this day. The Sharia does not force people to do anything there are christians in palestine calling for an islamic state, a true islamic state allows people of other faiths to practice their religion, and gives them all the rights.And as for you r sarcastic comment at the end drunkeness isnt allowed for men or women in islam, and i think that anyone with half a braincell can work out for themselves the problems alcohol cause in society ! see you on judgement day xxx


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