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Allegiance to Caeser or Allah?

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Submitted by J.Shearer (United Kingdom), Mar 14, 2003 at 09:08

It is has been shown time and time again, that some Muslims for the most part, show allegiance to their religion rather then to the state of which they are citizens. This state of affairs is not surprising, as Islam recognises no state as legal unless it is governed in accordance to Sharia.

It behooves us, then, to be particularly vigilent when appointing professed Muslims to sensitive posts that pertain to national security.
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