Islamic Sharia law

Five reasons why Shariah law is not “Progressive”

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Here are five key reasons why Sally Kohn ?is at best naive and at worst a pathological liar.

Shariah law Progressive? Don’t make me laugh.

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If you reject the sharia you reject Islam

Face of the day


Remember Bomb Boy? Also known as?Ahmed Mohamed.

Ahmed Mohamed, who earned the nickname ?Clock Boy? as well as a White House invitation from President Obama, is headed to the Gulf nation, where he has been given a scholarship at the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. The 14-year-old?s family announced they will accompany him to the new home, which is a world away from Texas ? in more ways than one.

?Qatar has harsh Shariah law – stoning for apostasy, lashing for alcohol, death penalty for homosexuality – and is an absolute monarchy without even a shred of democracy,? Tim Furnish, who holds a doctorate in Islamic Studies and served as an Arabic linguist in the U.S. Army, told ?The analogy between Texas and Qatar is the heat. Ahmed should be careful about what he wishes for.?

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Face of the day


Prince Adel Al-Otaibi is being detained by Israeli authorities after trying to smuggle over 2,000 kilos of ?pig meat products?, a situation that could cause a major diplomatic incident between the two countries, warn experts

Today’s face of the day, Prince Adel Al-Otaibi has a history of breaking Islamic Sharia law. As he is a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family he appears to be able to do it without any consequences. All that changed however when he was detained by Israel authorities. Turns out Adel enjoys pork, bacon and ham so much so that he tried to smuggle over 2000 kilos of Pork products into Saudi Arabia. His defenders are blaming Israel and saying that it is all a set up.

Saudi Arabia?s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Adel Al Jubeir, has accused Israel of ?framing a member of the royal family? in a disloyal attempt to ?attack the reputation of the royal Saudi family?


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