Why are the Feminists silent on the subject of Sharia Law?
They're not, there is many feminists groups that work for equal rights in the MENA region.
becoz its only the people outside consider it insane and a torture...ask any muslim women and we will tell how honoured we are..
ask anyone...but dont lie sayin u asked.. no offence intended.
by andrew savage 5 years ago
What are the aspects of the two modes of practical law that make one incompatible with the other?
by Onusonus 6 years ago
The governor of Kansas just signed a bill that prevents foreign laws (including Sharia law) from being enforced in US courts. opponents to the law say that it singles out Muslims despite the fact that "sharia law" is not even mentioned in the bill.http://news.yahoo.com/kansas-governor-s...
by weholdthesetruths 7 years ago
Whatever the social or anti-social implications of his actions, Terry Jones was making a statement protected as free speech, absolutely protected as free speech. Certainly, had he chosen to burn the flag, instead of the Koran, this would not have happened to him.It didn't matter,...
by LoliHey 13 months ago
Should the USA ban Sharia Law?Many places in Europe are deciding whether or not to allow Sharia Law. Now there's people who say that Sharia is compatible with the US Constitution and anyone who disagrees is evil and inconsiderate.
by Susie Lehto 16 months ago
There should not have been a need at all for Senate Bill 97 in the United States. The House voted 56-44 to prohibit sharia law. I'd like the names of the block heads who voted against that bill, they should be voted out for wanting foreign laws to replace the Constitution of the USA.
by LoliHey 3 years ago
What would you do if Sharia Law was established where you live?Say you can't leave. Would you follow it? Rebel?
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