Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


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  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    anil
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims
    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    It is possible only in muslim countries. U.K. is not a backward country.

  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    Suny Ag
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    Even the best believers of personal law for muslims would never agree to Shariya in our own country - They only want to keep good ones but when it comes to stricter ones, they want to escape. Why not Shariya in whole for them with their own courts according to their own rules having different sets of judges OR one single law for everyone.

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  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    Even the best believers of personal law for muslims would never agree to Shariya in our own country - They only want to keep good ones but when it comes to stricter ones, they want to escape. Why not Shariya in whole for them with their own courts according to their own rules having different sets of judges OR one single law for everyone.


    We have already single law. The property and marriage are personal matters of communities and hence separate law for inheritance, marriage and divorce under HIndu, Muslim and other law.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    Suny Ag
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    Even the best believers of personal law for muslims would never agree to Shariya in our own country - They only want to keep good ones but when it comes to stricter ones, they want to escape. Why not Shariya in whole for them with their own courts according to their own rules having different sets of judges OR one single law for everyone.


    We have already single law. The property and marriage are personal matters of communities and hence separate law for inheritance, marriage and divorce under HIndu, Muslim and other law.


    We need strict single law for every community and religion in our country like in other countries. They do not allow citizens to act as per their own laws but law of the land. That makes every one equal. And if any religion allows more than one marriage, same religion says to cut hands of a thief or remove his genetile if found guilty of rape. I like their laws for such offenders.

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  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    According to thecandidate's supporter , he quoted that a particular part of Sharia like chopping of a third of a hand for committing theft is good. And for this all hue and cry ? I personally feel that the candidate is not at fault.

    Thank you said by: suni51

  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    Even the best believers of personal law for muslims would never agree to Shariya in our own country - They only want to keep good ones but when it comes to stricter ones, they want to escape. Why not Shariya in whole for them with their own courts according to their own rules having different sets of judges OR one single law for everyone.


    We have already single law. The property and marriage are personal matters of communities and hence separate law for inheritance, marriage and divorce under HIndu, Muslim and other law.


    We need strict single law for every community and religion in our country like in other countries. They do not allow citizens to act as per their own laws but law of the land. That makes every one equal. And if any religion allows more than one marriage, same religion says to cut hands of a thief or remove his genetile if found guilty of rape. I like their laws for such offenders.


    Law of the land means the law that defines relations between citizens. The criminal and commercial transactions and other matters like moving on road involve interaction between citizens irrespective of religion and caste. Hence there is uniform law on such matters. But succession of property and marriage/ divorce are not common citizen issues and hence there is no common or uniform law for these. India is a multi religious and multi lingual country. You cannot have uniform law on marital and succession. Incidentally, even among Hindus, the personal law is not uniform. In Assam and Bengal, they follow Dayabhag whereas in other parts Mitakshara. Also there are many local customs of communities that law recognizes. There is patriarchal system in most regions but the tribal in some areas follow Matrilineal system. No doubt, we cannot have uniformity for law depending on community rituals and procedure relating to marriage and succession.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
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    Thank you said by: suni51

  • Re: UK candidate's praise of sharia law angers Muslims

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    Suny Ag
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    Nobody likes to go the orthodox religious way. In U.K., a candidate's enthusiasm for shariat law regarding chopping thief's hand was frowned upon by Muslims.


    http://freethinker.co.uk/2013/08/04/ukip-candidates-enthusiasm-for-aspects-of-sharia-law-greeted-with-frowns-by-muslim-leaders/


    Even the best believers of personal law for muslims would never agree to Shariya in our own country - They only want to keep good ones but when it comes to stricter ones, they want to escape. Why not Shariya in whole for them with their own courts according to their own rules having different sets of judges OR one single law for everyone.


    We have already single law. The property and marriage are personal matters of communities and hence separate law for inheritance, marriage and divorce under HIndu, Muslim and other law.


    We need strict single law for every community and religion in our country like in other countries. They do not allow citizens to act as per their own laws but law of the land. That makes every one equal. And if any religion allows more than one marriage, same religion says to cut hands of a thief or remove his genetile if found guilty of rape. I like their laws for such offenders.


    Law of the land means the law that defines relations between citizens. The criminal and commercial transactions and other matters like moving on road involve interaction between citizens irrespective of religion and caste. Hence there is uniform law on such matters. But succession of property and marriage/ divorce are not common citizen issues and hence there is no common or uniform law for these. India is a multi religious and multi lingual country. You cannot have uniform law on marital and succession. Incidentally, even among Hindus, the personal law is not uniform. In Assam and Bengal, they follow Dayabhag whereas in other parts Mitakshara. Also there are many local customs of communities that law recognizes. There is patriarchal system in most regions but the tribal in some areas follow Matrilineal system. No doubt, we cannot have uniformity for law depending on community rituals and procedure relating to marriage and succession.


    true, very wisely explained, we cannot have any common law in this country. On the contrary we can still have many more different rules/laws for other communities. I agree.

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