This week we will continue our discussion of "enormities" (forbidden behavior, sins) in Islam and Shari Law. Remember, because Sharia Law is considered by all religious Moslems to be sacred and binding, sharia law becomes civil and criminal law wherever the Islamic religious authorities acquire political power. Therefore, whatever is considered a sin in Sharia law becomes a punishable crime in society. The totalitarian and imperialist nature of sacred and mandatory Sharia law is what distinguishes Islam from all other religions. This is what puts religious Moslems at odds with the law in all non-Moslem countries and what prevents religious Moslems from being patriotic, loyal citizens of non-Moslem countries. Non-religious Moslems can be patriotic citizens but only because they do not follow their religion the way they are supposed to follow it.
On Friday, September 2, we will discuss the following "enormities" (sins in Islam):
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