The main topic for this week's show is "Commanding the Right and Forbidding the Wrong" according to Sharia law.
In the Koran, Allah says: Let there be a group of you who call to good, commanding the right and forbidding the wrong, for those are the successful". Since right and wrong in Islam are defined by Sharia law, every Moslem is obligated, not just to do what is right and avoid doing what is wrong, but to command others to do right and forbid others from doing wrong. This is defined as the most important fundamental of Islam. What does this mean in practice, especially for non-Moslems? Moslems are obligated to censure other with harsh words, with intimidation, with certain types of violence against material objects, and with physical assault and even force of arms.
We will also begin our discussion of forbidden speech and permissible speech including permissible lying which is so important for understanding Moslem propaganda today.
Don't miss this important show. Remember, you might nit be interested in Sharia law, but Sharia law is interested in you!
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