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Opposition to the prohibition of Islamic law in Iraq which deem illegal interference to the religion of Iraqi pipols

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Submitted by ALMULK M. HUJJARAT (Philippines), Feb 26, 2010 at 11:06

I am not in favor of any inteference of foreign power in the religious affairs of Iraqi peoples and government. Such intervention is tantamount of compelling the Muslim to become Christianized due to the absence of effective enforcement of Islamic law or shariah.

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