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Sheria Law in the UK 
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Lannah wrote:
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There is no question that Sheria Law should be abolished in this country; we have established laws already.
Some Sheria Law is unethical and frankly monstrous.



Here in the US, they are not allowed to practice it, in private tribunals, as they were trying to.
Here in Texas they tried to set up a group of male elders who were going to oversee the Islamic community and deal with their cultural issues.
The governor of the State,
who happens to be a woman,
stepped in immediately and said: NO!
"None of the members of the Sheria tribunal are lawyers, no one has studied "law" anywhere. Therefore they cannot practice law, of any kind here. And, had they studied law, the only law that can be practiced in the US is that which is deemed "legal" in the US, not laws that apply to other countries."
It ought to be the same here.
I have hope the government will step up and stamp their authority.
Penalty is incarceration for people practicing Sheria law, which is considered ilegal here.


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The Jews have the equivalent. Halakhah. These tribunals are considered in the same way as marriage guidance by the courts. They are not legally binding. The issue with Sharia is the barbaric cultural attitudes that are still maintained by the proponents. The Jews have moved on from stoning people.

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I thought that the fear of authority stamping on anything is why you have so many people hiding in the woods armed to the teeth! What happened to the 'land of the free'?

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Zen Dog wrote:
I thought that the fear of authority stamping on anything is why you have so many people hiding in the woods armed to the teeth! What happened to the 'land of the free'?



Well, as you know, freedom is a matter of degrees.
There are lots of things that are not allowed and are illegal.

There are others that should be illegal, and are not.

It doesn't mean people stop doing stupid things!
People always, and everywhere, do stupid things.

All we need to do is watch the news or read the papers.
It gets depressing!!!


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Well, you cannot legislate for stupidity.

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