Opposition to sharia-based courts is not fear-mongering

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    A bit of back ground on the founder and advocate of Sharia Law in Ontario.

    Now I know Islamic "courts" won't be able to sentence people to death, but this guy represents those who support this extremism in Canada.

    Another good peice on the issue:



    Opposition to Sharia courts goes global
     
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    Disgusting. Why does Canada need or want these fools and likewise why do they want to live in the tundra. There are Islamic countries. Move there.
     
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    I haven't looked at the Arbitration Act in detail, but I don't think there a lot the government can do about it, as long as they follow the Act's guildlines.

    Here's a blip from a really long paper:
    Oops, forgot the link: http://www.bepress.com/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1022&context=mwjhr
     
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    Law is weird, from whatever side one is looking at it, when it flies in the face of common sense.
     
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    The international protest puts an interesting spin on things (I'd like to see the actual turn out, especially at Lib headquarters at Queens Park). This is McGuinty's chance to do something about his 213 unfullfilled campaigne promises. He even looks like a wimp. :bs1:
     
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    I don't know the details, but will say that when the US had the blind shiek and the mastermind behind the first WTC bombings, we didn't take it seriously. How many times did Clinton balk at 40-600 casualites?
     
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    That's just it. I don't know if you were following the Armenian Genocide thread, but Canavar brought up Turkish diplomats that have been killed by Armenian terrorists. One was shot here, not far from my house, an attempt was made on another (paralysing him) and an attempt on another was botched somehow. A liason out of the embassy here was also killed abroad. Meaning, there ARE terrorists in this CITY, to say we are immune for whatever reason is simply retarded. I know it's a seperate issue, but the point is still the same, you never who, when, or where.
     
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    I think you are correct. On another thread you said it's the leadership-could cost the people alot, they should be mobilized.
     

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