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Shari'a Law again addressed

Reader comment on item: Canada's Muslims, Not of One Mind
in response to reader comment: I said it before and I say it again

Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Nov 11, 2011 at 02:48

What I read above from Pakistani school is absolutely unIslamic

Islam teaches to deal with Minorities equal on almost everything and since they are minority, they are not allowed to rule the Majority or be a judge or be of sensitive ministarial seats. they can be ministers for their affairs in the government. Cannot be minister of Justice, when the justice of the land is based on Shari'a law, don't you agree?

They can arbitrate in their circles according to their law if they wish, for example coptics in Egypt, they do not arbitrate according to Shari'a, they have there own system

Islamic law allows the minorities not to serve in the Arm, or go to the frontiers for battle

you have way long to learn about Islam, if one Muslim leadership are not working according to Islam, then it is their mistake, not Islam - don't you agree? - you should concentrate on what Islam is and what Shari'a is, you will be astonished the way you think. - you've got alot to learn

They just made a big ballon out of it, needs a bid needle to burst it


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