Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Why Sharia Is Dangerous For Gays...And Everyone Else

Islam Q & A is a mainstream Muslim website that provides fatwas intended, in its own words, to "teach and familiarize Muslims with various aspects of their religion", via "only authentic, scholarly sources based on the Quran and sunnah, and other reliable contemporary scholarly opinions."

Would you therefore be at all surprised to learn that the website has in the past endorsed jihad against unbelievers, hatred of unbelievers, the veiling of women, and the murder of homosexuals, among a host of other things? Will the West's "moderate" mainstream advocacy groups such as the Muslim Council of Britain and the Council on American-Islamic Relations condemn the rulings on this website and demand that it be closed down so that Muslim minds can no longer be poisoned by such "un-Islamic" ideas? Will they unequivocally renounce any intention to at any time impose such laws upon their host countries, even by peaceful means?

What do you think?

They will, of course, not condemn these rulings, because they are all part of standard Islamic law (not a "strict interpretation" of it), and so to condemn them would be to condemn the law of Allah himself. And these aspects of sharia cannot at all be easily separated from the more mundane "family law" that cultural jihadists are managing to get implemented in Western countries like Britain, by means of seemingly benign sharia courts. Sharia comes as a package deal - there is no room for half-measures when it comes to God's word.

And that is why, with sharia not only fundamentally incompatible with democracy and human rights, but also widely supported in the Islamic world and being pushed aggressively by Muslims from Pakistan to the UK, all civilised people must stand up and, as one, deny sharia ANY right of return. Failure to do so will unquestionably lead to much more suffering and death.

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