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Think it through......

Reader comment on item: Paul Goodman, MP, Analyses Radical Islam
in response to reader comment: "Soft" Sharia in Britain

Submitted by Rob Roy (United States), Dec 1, 2009 at 01:35

I don't think the Beth Din would punish a teenage girl for adultery if she were raped........

Minors will be forced into Sharia courts if their parents deem it proper and young female victims of rape, abuse and assault will be forced into sharia courts to be "punished" for being "loose women".

This is an everyday reality in many parts of the world. Why bother with this experiement when in fact, these victims will eventually sue in the world court once they are of age for a severe violation of their rights.

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