Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Indian Supreme Court seeks response on Muslim judicial system

The Supreme Court yesterday sought responses from the government, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and others on a petition to restrain the board from establishing a parallel Muslim judicial system. The petition was filed in the wake of a fatwa issued by Darul Uloom of Deoband in UP against a Muslim woman who was allegedly raped by her father-in-law. A Supreme Court bench of judges Y.K. Sabharwal and A.K. Mathur also sought responses from the governments of UP, Haryana, Assam, MP, Rajasthan, Delhi and West Bengal, Darul Uloom and Mumbai-based Muslims for Secular Democracy.


At August 17, 2005 10:10 PM, Blogger PD111 said...

Fjordman and visitors:

A disturbing article plus very informative comments in the link below

Arabian nightmare for 13 girls as grooms flee

There some comments there, that will most certainly educate, and at the same time make you wonder how islam could ever be regarded as a religion.

If you think it worthwhile to educate others, pass the link on to others.

At August 17, 2005 11:08 PM, Blogger PD111 said...

A word of warning - those of a delicate disposition, should avoid the comments section in the link. That is where the sting is.

At August 18, 2005 12:49 AM, Blogger nouille said...

Sharia law has already been established in Canada & England.

Muslims are trying to establish Sharia in Australia as well.

At August 18, 2005 12:50 AM, Blogger nouille said...

pd111: I can't read the link it's cut off.

At August 18, 2005 8:08 AM, Blogger ik said...


Point your mouse to the left of the "http" in the link - press the left mouse button and drag your mouse across while keeping the left button pressed. This will select the entire link


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