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They have a hidden agenda

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Submitted by Anita (Australia), Feb 8, 2005 at 09:20

Islamists are sneaky:
I read this article yesterday by Tariq Ramadan on Egypt Today:

"The Muslims in Canada's battle to set up shariah courts to settle domestic disputes is another example of lack of creativity. Within the normative law in Canada, they have huge latitude for Muslims to propose an Islamic contract. These courts are not necessary; all they do is stress the fact that Muslims have specific laws and for the time being this is not how we want to be perceived. We need to show that our way of thinking is universal, that we can live with the law and there is no contradiction."

He says "and for the time being". So at what point does this change..When we are duped beyond the point of no return?

http://www.egypttoday.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=2481

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