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Response to Wrong perception of Islam and Sharia Law

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in response to reader comment: wrong perception of Islam and Shari'a Laws

Submitted by Zeena (United States), Mar 11, 2012 at 00:41

Sharia is much better? Lets see: Little girls forced to marry much older men; a woman is forced to shared her husband with other wives; it's ok for husbands to beat their wives;a man is allowed to divorce his wife by just saying three times, I divorce you, but the woman cannot do this; apostates must be murdered; infidels should be enslaved, pay higher taxes, be forced to convert or be murdered; parents can murder daughters who dishonor the family; a thief should have his/her hand chopped off as well as the opposite leg...Favorite way of killing in Islam : chopping the head off while the person is alive.In Saudi Arabia crucifixion is still practiced.If a woman is raped SHE gets 99 lashes. If she survives the 99 lashes, she will be murdered by her father, brother or any male member of her family for dishonoring the family.; a woman accused of adultery will be stoned to death.... and the horrors go on. What is so much better about the barbaric Sharia law? If you like it so much, keep it in your backward country and do not impose it to free nations in the west.


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