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Saturday, 23 July 2011

The Sharia Law Slippery Slope

Isn't it odd that where sharia law hasn't (yet) got a firm stranglehold (e.g., in the UK), its common-sense nature, lenience and liberality is stressed by Muslims? But wherever Sharia law has a stranglehold (e.g., Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, etc.), it implements hell on earth.

Firstly, Muslims will start with small acceptable changes to UK law. Then the more accommodations they get, the more they will demand. And stronger and more repulsive aspects of sharia will also be demanded. After all this, we will have the kind of situation which is a reality in Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, etc.

No sharia law in the UK!

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