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Submitted by Mac (United States), Mar 15, 2005 at 12:07

> " ....oppose any role for Shariah, a medieval body of law, in public life today, but as long as women are truly not coerced (create an ombudsman to ensure this?) and Islamic rulings remain subordinate to Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, I see no grounds on which to deny Muslims the right, like other Canadians, to revert to private arbitration...>

Disagree - this is a slippery slope as Muslims make little steps and bigger inroads into our civilization (or what's left of it).

Why not demand same privileges for non-Muslims in Muslim countries?

Your website is great.

Mac
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