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Dueling Fatwas

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Oct 5, 2010 at 15:59

It seems clear that the "Qur'an" (for Islamists) promotes lawlessness outside the Muslim world. The rest of the world MUST join against this kind of terror originating from "Muslim clerics".

Anyone who claims to be a mullah can claim a fatwa. There are enough fanatics that will make sure to apply this illegal sentence.

This is a good argument to forbid Sharia law outside the Muslim world.

This is a problem that the rest of the non-Muslim world need to deal with because some Muslim fanatical organizations are spending billions of $ to impose Sharia law all over.

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