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The law in the U.S.A. is what Homaidan Ali Al-Turki was found guilty of breaking not Islamic laws of Saudi Arabia

Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder

Submitted by Lee Ostrander (United States), Jan 21, 2007 at 23:44

When you come to the U.S.A. to live, you must live by the laws of this country. Just because you can have slaves in Saudi Arabia doesn't mean that you can live in the U.S.A. with them. You should check the laws of the country you plan to live. We the people of this country U.S.A. love all peoples who are struggling to find the truth and when you find the truth it will set you free.

Rape and slavery in the U.S.A. is not looked on as Muhammed would look at it in Saudi Arabia today.

The law is not taken lightly in the U.S.A. when broken, and this is why you were misunderstood. A free people condem those who are law breakers and a jury will always find the law breaker guilty. Be thankful for what a rightous reward you received from a "blind" jury!

Islamic law is not so hard with the male followers of the teachings of the Prophet in Saudi Arabia. Your mercy is only to one another of Muslim belivers. Your ruthlesness as a Muslim, is to those who are unbelivers. "Sura 48:29" Wherever you find them when you lie in wait and capture and besiege them... There is no abrogating holy verses for this ambush of nonbelievers of Islam.


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