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If Islam law is applied in USA, what can happen?

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Submitted by Buddha (United States), Jul 29, 2005 at 14:18

Crucifixion, dismemberment, beheading, severed tongues would be the punishment for criticizing Islam.
All followers of non-Abrahamic faiths will be exiled or imprisoned.
Those who choose not to convert to Islam will have to live in subjugation, paying a regular tax/ransom for their lives.
Homosexuals would be rounded up, imprisoned or executed.
The 'family' will consist of one husband and four servants/wives according to income.
Divorce will rely on the wishes of the husband.
Spousal abuse will become legal, as will honor killing.
Advances in science, medicine, commerce will come to a hault.
Education will respectively rely on what agrees with the conceptions of a clergy.
Adultery will be punishable by flogging and/or stoning.
Civil war between rival sects of converts will make large areas uninhabitable.
Military service will become mandatory for all males.
For more glorious changes in Western society please consult the Quran and Hadith. And as always, before listening to a Muslim Kithman read the source texts and examine the disproportionate part of the globe already under the control of the Sharia.

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