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Shariah Law Advocates in England & ROW

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Submitted by AJK (United States), Jul 12, 2006 at 18:15

Those Muslims advocating the supremacy of Shariah Law have finally provided a solution for their host country to consider. Since Shariah Law is incompatible with the laws governing the countries the Muslims reside in, the solution is remarkably obvious. One is expected to respect and comply with the fundamental laws of their host country.

Those Muslims that find this requirement objectionable should be directed to leave the country they presently reside in. The expulsion process, for this segment not willing to leave voluntarily, is academic and easily emplemented. Citizens are not to be exempted.

Thank you,

Enlightened

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