Shariah Law ^(~
Krypteia

Hove, UK

#75 Apr 4, 2013
DaveMC wrote:
<quoted text>You cant lump all muslims together like that though. There are just as many crazies in Christianity as ther is in Islam to some extent. The difference is culture and poverty. You dont see the muslims in Dubai chopping peoples heads off because of sex. Attrocities are commited in third world countries all over the world for many different reasons. You shouldnt deny an American Citizen their religous right because a citizen in Yemen with the same religion but different laws is batsh!t crazy.
I agree with you there are and were nutters in Christianity,but there's a big difference in the ideology,but like I said if they want to stick their backsides in the air that's up to them but in my country mate they're never happy and always demanding.All the other guest religions in our country just get on with it and cause no problems what so ever..

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#76 Apr 4, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
<quoted text>if they want to stick their backsides in the air that's up to them but in my country mate they're never happy and always demanding.All the other guest religions in our country just get on with it and cause no problems what so ever..
Kinda' reminds me of the Republicans in the US...lol
Krypteia

Hove, UK

#77 Apr 4, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Kinda' reminds me of the Republicans in the US...lol
lol,I'll have to take your word at that as a Brit I wouldn't like to say,lol,l

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#78 Apr 4, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
<quoted text>Isn't Sharia law one law one written by their prophet not a government thing,so there is only one way..
No..there are two Sharia law...one written by Mohammed and an islamic governments interpretation of the law which varies depending on which country you live in or what crazy nutbag cult you decide to follow. There are many interpretations of Sharia which includes the radical interpretation just the same as you have some christians with beliefs that seem crazy...which christian religion is it that dances with rattlesnakes in their hands??? In Arkansas or somewhere. Seems crazy to us becuase we werent raised that way. The sad part is you have muslims being persecuted because they are lumped in with radicals when even they believe the radicals are crazy. This is an issue of tolerance and thats all. We(humans) tend to shun what we dont understand and persecute because of our own ignorances when all you have to do is read once in a while.

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#79 Apr 4, 2013
miky muller wrote:
.What Is Shariah?
.How Does Shariah Define Jihad?
Jihad defined by Sharia depends on those who are interpreting the law.

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#83 Apr 4, 2013
__- Really-__ wrote:
<quoted text>“Jihad is a precept of Divine institution. Its performance by certain individuals may dispense others from it. We Malikis maintain that it is preferable not to begin hostilities with the enemy before having invited the latter to embrace the religion of Allah except where the enemy attacks first. They have the alternative of either converting to Islam or paying the poll tax (jizya), short of which war will be declared against them.”
I think your tin foil hat is a little crooked... Sharia Law will never replace our constitution. If a muslim wants to practice Sharia Law in their home that is their right. Only 2% of our country is made up of muslims and less than 40% of them think we should be ruled by Sharia Law (which has many different interpretations). So less than 1% of our population thinks we should be run by Sharia Law. Sharia law is not a monolithic doctrine of violence as you are claiming. Muslims have been following these laws in the United States for hundreds of years. There are states that are saying you could get up to 15 years in prison for knowingly supporting Sharia Law which is an infringement on ones 1st Amendment right:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Its funny how people complain about their right to bear arms or there right to marry but when its not your personal right being infringed upon its no big deal huh???
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#84 Apr 4, 2013
These people have been brain washed for so long and allowed others to tell them how to live and whe to do every thing . Its very sad that people are not allowed to think for them self and use their ability to determine what is right or wrong for them. No one should have to live under rules that are so old change will never be accepted or made.
When they allow men to rule and treat women and children like slaves nothing will ever become of the nations. They build it up only to tare it back down. Many of these people are so under educated. Rather than make use of having their children educated they would ratherhave them steal,work for squat or sale their daughters.
They know hate and they know poverty, they are told daily how bad America is and none of them have ever been here or have any thing they know to compare it to.
We bail them out with food,meds and what ever else they need and for that you would think they could at least be greatful.
That part of the world will never change and they are indeed a Danger and always will be.

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#86 Apr 5, 2013
Nursingmommys5 wrote:
When they allow men to rule and treat women and children like slaves nothing will ever become of the nations.
Actually, that statement is in error - Muslim nations control more than 50% of the world's oil reserves, making many some of the richest nations on earth.
greybox

Jersey City, NJ

#87 Apr 5, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, that statement is in error - Muslim nations control more than 50% of the world's oil reserves, making many some of the richest nations on earth.
the people of those nations do not bebefit nor profit from the monies, they live in poverty. You are not right all the time and it is annoying for those of us who are.

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#88 Apr 5, 2013
Sharia Law has no place in Christian countries.The muslims living here should either live by our rules or go back home.

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#89 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
Sharia Law has no place in Christian countries.The muslims living here should either live by our rules or go back home.
I'd go one step further and say that Sharia Law has no place in any country or society.

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#90 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
Sharia Law has no place in Christian countries.The muslims living here should either live by our rules or go back home.
Can I add a few to that list?

Bahá'í Faith
Christianity
Catholicism
Old Catholicism
Roman Catholicism
Eastern Catholic Churches
Eastern Orthodoxy
Greek Orthodox Church
Russian Orthodox Church
Oriental Orthodoxy
Coptic Orthodox Church
Syriac Christianity
Assyrian Church of the East
Protestantism
Anglicanism
Anglican Communion
Church of England
Church of Ireland
Episcopal Church (United States)
Anabaptists
Amish
Hutterites
Mennonites
Baptists
Lutheranism
Methodism
Messianic Judaism
Pentecostalism
Oneness Pentecostalism
Reformed churches
Puritans
Presbyterianism
Religious Society of Friends
Spiritism
Unitarianism
Restorationism
Seventh-day Adventists
Christadelphians
Latter Day Saint movement (Mormonism)
Community of Christ
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints a.k.a. LDS)
Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints a.k.a. FLDS)
Iglesia ni Cristo
Jehovah's Witnesses
Christian new religious movements
Unification Church (Moonies)
Peoples Temple
Gnosticism
Hermeticism
Manichaeism
Marcionism (not entirely Gnostic)
Islam
Kalam
Kharijite
Ibadi
Sunni Islam
Hanafi
Hanbali
Wahhabi
Maliki
Shafi'i
Shi'a Islam
Alawites
Ismaili
Twelvers
Sufism (a form of Islamic mysticism)
Ahmadiyya
Druze
Nation of Islam
Judaism
Historical groups
Essenes
Hebrews
Pharisees/Pharisaism
Sadducees
Rabbinic Judaism
Conservative Judaism
Orthodox Judaism
Hasidic Judaism
Reform Judaism
Non-Rabbinic sects
Falasha Judaism
Karaite Judaism
Samaritanism
Rastafari
Ayyavazhi
Buddhism
Theravada
Mahayana
Zen
Vajrayana
Tibetan Buddhism
Kagyupa
New Buddhist movements
Aum Shinrikyo (now known as Aleph)
Hinduism
Vedanta
Advaita Vedanta
Vaishnavism
Gaudiya Vaishnavism
ISKCON (Hare Krishna)
Shaivism
Shaktism
Smartism
Yoga
Hindu philosophy
Jainism
Sikhism
Zoroastrianism
Mytraism
Zurvanism
Mandaeism
Cao Dai
Juche
Mohism
Shinto
Oomoto
Taoism
Tenrikyo
Candomblé
Haitian Voudun
Macumba
Santería
Umbanda
Winti
Akamba mythology
Akan mythology
Ashanti mythology
Bushongo mythology
Dahomey mythology
Dinka mythology
Efik mythology
Egyptian mythology
Isoko mythology
Khoikhoi mythology
Lotuko mythology
Lugbara mythology
Pygmy mythology
Tumbuka mythology
Voudun (Voodoo)
Yoruba mythology
Zulu mythology
European religions
Anglo-Saxon mythology
Basque mythology
Chukchi mythology
Druidry
Finnish mythology
Greek religion
Hellênismos
Roman religion
Norse mythology
Asatru
Slavic mythology
Middle Eastern religions
Yezidis
Native American religions
Abenaki mythology
Aztec mythology
Blackfoot mythology
Chippewa mythology
Creek mythology
Crow mythology
Guarani mythology
Haida mythology
Huron mythology
Ibo mythology
Iroquois mythology
Kwakiutl mythology
Lakota mythology
Lenape mythology
Navaho mythology
Nootka mythology
Pawnee mythology
Salish mythology
Seneca mythology
Tsimshian mythology
Ute mythology
Winnebago mythology
Zuni mythology
Northern indigenous religions
Aleut mythology
Evenk mythology
Inuit mythology
Yukaghir mythology
Oceanic religions
Australian Aboriginal mythology
Cargo cults (Jon Frum, etc.)
Dievturiba
Hawaiian religion
Micronesian mythology
Maori mythology
Modekngei (Republic of Palau)
Nauruan indigenous religion
Polynesian mythology
Tuvaluan mythology

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#91 Apr 5, 2013
65007noogard wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd go one step further and say that Sharia Law has no place in any country or society.
Well,Sharia reflects the Arabic culture so I guess it's okay in their eyes.Therefore they should keep it there.

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East of Eden

#92 Apr 5, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
Can I add a few to that list?
Bahá'í Faith
Christianity
Catholicism
Old Catholicism
Roman Catholicism
Eastern Catholic Churches
Eastern Orthodoxy
Greek Orthodox Church
Russian Orthodox Church
Oriental Orthodoxy
Coptic Orthodox Church
Syriac Christianity
Assyrian Church of the East
Protestantism
Anglicanism
Anglican Communion
Church of England
Church of Ireland
Episcopal Church (United States)
Anabaptists
Amish
Hutterites
Mennonites
Baptists
Lutheranism
Methodism
Messianic Judaism
Pentecostalism
Oneness Pentecostalism
Reformed churches
Puritans
Presbyterianism
Religious Society of Friends
Spiritism
Unitarianism
Restorationism
Seventh-day Adventists
Christadelphians
Latter Day Saint movement (Mormonism)
Community of Christ
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints a.k.a. LDS)
Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints a.k.a. FLDS)
Iglesia ni Cristo
Jehovah's Witnesses
Christian new religious movements
Unification Church (Moonies)
Peoples Temple
Gnosticism
Hermeticism
Manichaeism
Marcionism (not entirely Gnostic)
Islam
Kalam
Kharijite
Ibadi
Sunni Islam
Hanafi
Hanbali
Wahhabi
Maliki
Shafi'i
Shi'a Islam
Alawites
Ismaili
Twelvers
Sufism (a form of Islamic mysticism)
Ahmadiyya
Druze
Nation of Islam
Judaism
Historical groups
Essenes
Hebrews
Pharisees/Pharisaism
Sadducees
Rabbinic Judaism
Conservative Judaism
Orthodox Judaism
Hasidic Judaism
Reform Judaism
Non-Rabbinic sects
Falasha Judaism
Karaite Judaism
Samaritanism
Rastafari
Ayyavazhi
Buddhism
Theravada
Mahayana
Zen
Vajrayana
Tibetan Buddhism
Kagyupa
New Buddhist movements
Aum Shinrikyo (now known as Aleph)
Hinduism
Vedanta
Advaita Vedanta
Vaishnavism
Gaudiya Vaishnavism
ISKCON (Hare Krishna)
Shaivism
Shaktism
Smartism
Yoga
Hindu philosophy
Jainism
Sikhism
Zoroastrianism
Mytraism
Zurvanism
Mandaeism
Cao Dai
Juche
Mohism
Shinto
Oomoto
Taoism
Tenrikyo
Candomblé
Haitian Voudun
Macumba
Santería
Umbanda
Winti
Akamba mythology
Akan mythology
Ashanti mythology
Bushongo mythology
Dahomey mythology
Dinka mythology
Efik mythology
Egyptian mythology
Isoko mythology
Khoikhoi mythology
Lotuko mythology
Lugbara mythology
Pygmy mythology
Tumbuka mythology
Voudun (Voodoo)
Yoruba mythology
Zulu mythology
European religions
Anglo-Saxon mythology
Basque mythology
Chukchi mythology
Druidry
Finnish mythology
Greek religion
Hellênismos
Roman religion
Norse mythology
Asatru
Slavic mythology
Middle Eastern religions
Yezidis
Native American religions
Abenaki mythology
Aztec mythology
Blackfoot mythology
Chippewa mythology
Creek mythology
Crow mythology
Guarani mythology
Haida mythology
Huron mythology
Ibo mythology
Iroquois mythology
Kwakiutl mythology
Lakota mythology
Lenape mythology
Navaho mythology
Nootka mythology
Pawnee mythology
Salish mythology
Seneca mythology
Tsimshian mythology
Ute mythology
Winnebago mythology
Zuni mythology
Northern indigenous religions
Aleut mythology
Evenk mythology
Inuit mythology
Yukaghir mythology
Oceanic religions
Australian Aboriginal mythology
Cargo cults (Jon Frum, etc.)
Dievturiba
Hawaiian religion
Micronesian mythology
Maori mythology
Modekngei (Republic of Palau)
Nauruan indigenous religion
Polynesian mythology
Tuvaluan mythology
You left out the Bulgarian Orthodox Church,LOL

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#93 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
Sharia Law has no place in Christian countries.The muslims living here should either live by our rules or go back home.
Amendement one of our Bill of Rights ensures freedom of religion without persecution from the government...this includes Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. Dont forget the Agnostics, Atheists and Pagans!!!

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#94 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
<quoted text>
Well,Sharia reflects the Arabic culture so I guess it's okay in their eyes.Therefore they should keep it there.
You do realize that the only true American-borne religion is that of American Indian tribes, right? They include:

Longhouse Religion
Waashat Religion
Indian Shaker Religion
Drum Religion
Earth Lodge Religion
Ghost Dances
Bole-Maru Religion
Dream Dance
Feather Religion
Peyote Religion

Christianity didn't magically appear on American soil - it was introduced by the French and Spanish.

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#95 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
<quoted text>
Well,Sharia reflects the Arabic culture so I guess it's okay in their eyes.Therefore they should keep it there.
The First Amendment of the national constitution, part of the United States' Bill of Rights:

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..."

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#96 Apr 5, 2013
DaveMC wrote:
<quoted text>Amendement one of our Bill of Rights ensures freedom of religion without persecution from the government...this includes Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. Dont forget the Agnostics, Atheists and Pagans!!!
You don't get the point here.Muslims are trying to force our lawmakers to institute Shariah in our countries.Tell me,does the constitution ensure a foreign concept being forced on us who don't like to live under Shariah law?

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#97 Apr 5, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>
You do realize that the only true American-borne religion is that of American Indian tribes, right? They include:
Longhouse Religion
Waashat Religion
Indian Shaker Religion
Drum Religion
Earth Lodge Religion
Ghost Dances
Bole-Maru Religion
Dream Dance
Feather Religion
Peyote Religion
Christianity didn't magically appear on American soil - it was introduced by the French and Spanish.
True but our culture and society are European Christian model.It was built on Christian foundation and even if one's not religious he still lives within this same model.Islamic society model is very different and in many aspects unacceptable for us.

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#98 Apr 5, 2013
Milena N wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't get the point here.Muslims are trying to force our lawmakers to institute Shariah in our countries.Tell me,does the constitution ensure a foreign concept being forced on us who don't like to live under Shariah law?
Muslims only represent 2% or less than the total population of the US - and not all have adopted Shariah Law.

Don't be so paranoid.

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