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sharia sucks big time

Reader comment on item: Why Shariah Must Be Opposed
in response to reader comment: OK, If Not Sharia - Then What?

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kafiristan (Australia), Sep 7, 2009 at 17:36

Mr. Abdullah Serif writes:

"As regards the Sharia, those who most vehemently oppose it are absolute ignoramuses."

Your statement lacks credibility - many of those who criticise (including current and ex-Muslims and non-Muslim citizens in Muslim countries e.g. Malaysian Chinese) it have actually lived under it and speak from first hand experience? How 'informed' does one have to be to draw a conclusion? And how much insight do you have - to completely disregard these people's experience? And for those fortunate enough not to be living under it - do we really need to drink poison to have the practical experience it's not a healthy pursuit? Observing the results of sharia is quite enough - but thankyou for your no doubt well-intentioned comments. You're one of those people that obviously likes fascism and cruel and unusual punishments. And you might have possibly have become civil and urbane enough (through having had contact with non-Muslim cultures) not to actually throw stones at women who have had affairs - though, secretly to yourself you agree with the punishment meted out.

"...The problems and difficulties of the Sharia arise from its application and intepretations of its applications in the wider sense. "

In less obfuscatory words - it is applied incorrectly and misinterpreted. Why have it if it so prone to misapplication and misinterpretation?

"Stating that there is no codified text of book of 'mores' is also patently wrong - its is called the Holy Quran."

I can only agree with part of that sentence and that part would be '... codified text of book of 'mores' is also patently wrong - its is called the Holy Quran."

You can call it whatever you want - but don't expect others to agree with you. BTW, where did Mohammed say he was when he got most of his 'inspiration' for the little green book?

"Here's a suggestion: I dare any one who thinks that open season on Muslims and their is permissible - to start questioning Orthodox Jews - specifically, I dare you to question their application of Kasrut Law and start telling them to undress their Women and to remove their Black Clothing and hats and let's see how far you get !?"

Oh, here we go , the bloody Jews again. You people and your obsessive and palpable hatred of Jews verges on psychosis. And your little green 'codified text of book of 'mores' has a lot to do with that. Has any Jew EVER harmed YOU personally. Can you be honest enough with yourself and realise that you've been sucked into the whole Muslim meme and being a card-carrying Muslim - have to have at least a mild dislike of Jews?

And BTW, Jewish clothing poses no security or health risks. Jews don't require that non-Jewish women wear Jewish clothing when visiting their countries. So deal with your collective hypocrisy first before lecturing others thankyou.

"I dare any of you to tell them that their Religion is wrong....."

I dare you to put aside your presumptions about what you think reality is - and consider that you yourself are wrong. But that won't happen - because it takes awareness , honesty and insight.


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