posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 05:18 AM
reply to post by reatarded
As people are so fond of pointing out, just because its a "law" does not make it right. Nothing like cold blooded murder in the name of
I particulalry like how the couple was lied to by the Leaders in order to get them to return to the village.
Granted the legal system of the US is not perfect, but at the very least we are afforded basic rights, like presumed innocent until proven guilty. We
allow the use of forensice as well as written evidence, where Sharia does not. We allow for the direct cross examination of witnesses, where Sharia
That info aside (there is more but you get the idea) I dont see anywhere that there were 4 direct witnesses to the crime of adultry, which is required
under sharia law.
And since when did the Taliban even follow Sharia law? We can cite many cases where people who comitted murder were sentenced to death but were
forgiven by the affected family. Under Sharia law that is permissable, and the life is spared. However, the Taliban drags them out onto the soccer
field anyways and executes them.
Not to mention the forcing of religion on non muslims. Why should they be forced to comply with Islamic Law?
You cannot dictate through a religious doctrine who someone falls in love with.