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Old 02.12.2008, 02:32 PM   #16
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i 100% would not mind living in a country whose legal structure was influenced by sharia law. Our current laws are not based upon "British Values" (what in the name of Allah are they?), but the moral code which they try to uphold stems directly from christianity. Christian and Islamic moral values are not all that different. They came from the same area of the world. It's just that they happen to be brown, and whenever they kill people it is in the media. A legal framework based upon the religious values of the people living inside that particular country is so vitally important for society. Besides, there is no one "sharia law" - people can follow the areas which will lead towards "the water source". it is a framework laid to support humanity - to make people more compassionate, healthy, and agreeable.
Women could divorce their husbands in Islamic countries centuries before they could in Britan.
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