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Analysing sharia laws

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Sheria (The Law Forum)' started by Zing, Mar 14, 2011.

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    Zing JF-Expert Member

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    • Sharia forbids freedom of speech and of the press. Only certain speech is allowed in Islam, and none can be critical of Islam itself, or of the founder of Islam, Muhammad, or of any Islamic leader. Any such criticism demands a death sentence. .....

    • Sharia forbids freedom of religion. Although Sharia gives lip service to tolerance for non-Islamic religions, the record proves conclusively that in Islamic nations, through the discriminatory jizya tax, constitutional favoritism for Islam, and other oppressions, non-Islamic religions are relegated to inferior status, and uniformly end up eradicated or nearly so. In this way, too, Sharia stands diametrically opposed to the First Amendment.

    • Sharia forbids trial by jury and due process. An accused will be tried by one or more Islamic jurists, who will decide the fate of the accused based solely on their own interpretations of elusive Islamic “law.” There is no jury of peers, there is no guarantee of being able to face one’s accusers, and there is no protection against self-incrimination.

    • Sharia forbids states’ rights. Sharia does not allow for the existence or rights of individual states in a nation, as we have in Tanzania. Sharia demands a strong central government over all people of an Islamic nation.

    • Sharia is political, criminal, and civil law. Sharia explicitly ridicules and forbids manmade law of any description, which of course includes the Tanzanian Constitution. In Islam, “the People” have no right to create their own law; they have the right to be good and obedient slaves

    In Sharia , all men, women, and children are slaves to Islam. Slaves have no right to make their own laws.(Even cosntituion is illegal) They have one and only one right: to bow down, to submit, to obey.

    The very purpose of sharia is to overthrow every manmade liberal democracy or republic on Earth, and to replace it fully with the totalitarian and imperialistic, and t supremacist confusion that is Sharia “law.”

    Conclusion


    That’s why any attempt to incorporate Sharia Law or court in our Tanzanian coustitution is very dangerous to human rights , freedom and to humanity ( muslim christian and non belivers)
     
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    Zing JF-Expert Member

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    Nitapenda kusikia wale watetezi wa sharia wanielezi katika mazingira ya sharia

    • Ni sahihi na haki kumuua mtu anayebadilisha dini kutoka uislama kwenda dini nyingine ? Wanafanya hivi ni kweli wanatekeleza sharia law au ni waislam wachache wasiojua dini yao?
     
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