As more and more Americans turn to Islam and more immigrants are Muslims, it is predicted by some that with their higher birth rate, Muslims will one day be the majority in the United States and as such will play an ever larger role in making our laws and forming government policy. To what extent will our legal system then be influenced or replaced with Sahri'a? How long do you think it would take? How do you think a Muslim majority in the United States would affect Christians, Jews, and those of other religions here?
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The French have made it clear that they don't want religion to once more become part of politics in their country. They fear that Muslims may force the issue.
Mahmo seems to be part of this scare-mongering. I took him to be a Muslim.
In his case it may be wishful thinking.
A bit scarey if a Muslim has that kind of wishful thinking.
A lot of Muslims DO believe that one day everyone will follow Islam, but that does not mean they want to achieve this by force and violence. This is not the real reason behind terrorist activity.
Mazzy Bolero Thank you your comment is perfect and right.
I for one don't want to live in a country where girls wearing bikinis in summer are banned from beaches and also where tank tops and mini-pants are made illegal. Also I don't want to live in a country where women are not entitled to an education.
I hope you are right.
There are Muslims who come to countries like Australia and the USA to escape Shari'a Law and who can blame them? The thing is, though, that in both Australia and the USA we boast of freedom of religion.
You are right about Muslim and Christian extremism being just about as bad. I, too, would not want to live in a country where you have religious nut-jobs running things.
The American president was educated in Indonesia which has a fairkly strong Muslim population. As said earlier there isn't a great deal of difference between Christian nut-jobs and Muslim nut-jobs.
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