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why Shariah be opposed?

Reader comment on item: Why Shariah Must Be Opposed
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Submitted by Sufi Imdad Ali Soomro (Pakistan), Sep 11, 2009 at 01:07

I am astonished and surprised about callous approach of western people regarding Islam. Narrow and shallow knowledge is not fruitful, it always makes confuse and generate doubts. It is better to read some books on Islam than deduce any thoughtful opinion about Islam and Shariah. True Muslim only think positively and willing to play constructive role to bring about reforms in society. Vulgarity, sex, wine and dine are alien to Islam. It is not only alien to Islam but in other religious too.

Western people do not follow religion so; they are compelling others to follow their pattern. If Muslims are cruel and dreadful then why educated Westerns are embracing Islam. No body forces them to do so. They are willing and eager. Americans killed hundred of thousands innocent people in Iraq and Afghanistan but no body condemn Christianity. Because every body knows it was stupid idea originated by Bush. Even he exploited religion to seek support of Priests by saying he was told by Allah to liberate Iraq People. But when Twin towers attacked, every body condemns Islam.


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