News talk 2014-01-12: Sharia law brings fear

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Held over


With Qaddafi gone, Shariah law brings fear to Libyan Christians, moderate Muslims, and intellectuals
Fox News ↑

Sharia law examined gently
Huffington Post ↑

The worst of Sharia law
Now The End Begins site ↑

Mike Caro says:

What I don’t understand is why so many liberals aren’t passionately against this tyranny of Muslim fundamentalism. Under this law, homosexuals can be killed, women are horribly repressed, so-called honor killings are tolerated, and you can’t challenge any Muslim tenants, even if you’re not a Muslim.

Terror like this existed in the darkest and saddest of human history. Yet liberals, who shout about (and often invent) injustice in the United States seldom say anything about this. I’m not sure what the reason for that is, so I’m just asking out loud.

I’ve included two links that explain Sharia law. The first is from the Huffington Post. It tries to be non-judgmental. The second is from a seemingly radical Christian advocacy site that puts Sharia law in its worst light. Try to determine the truth yourself. — MC




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