Sharia courts – interview with Maryam Namazie, BBC Wales

Programme on Sharia courts, with an interview with Maryam Namazie,
BBC Wales, December 10, 2009

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  1. richard cowan January 7, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    mona, i have never heard such a load of rubbish. get your head out of your backside, how can you even suggest with a straight face that sharia courts are not discriminatory towards women, you made the argument against yourself.

  2. Przemek January 19, 2010 at 1:52 am

    Discrimination is one thing. The more important thing is that there should be one law standing for every citizen and resident. I couldn’t possibly imagine a place where people have special privileges in court’s judgments. Rights should be equal for all. Law is above your life style, your likings, your origin. It must treat everyone in a same way.

  3. Ubu January 30, 2010 at 2:49 am

    I feel so sorry for Britain. Actually scratch that: Europe in General. If your Islamic population wants to live under Sharia Law, have them move. By replacing British Law with Islamic Law-even as a secondary method of social discourse-your country is being annexed. If your Law system is shadowed by Sharia Law, you are living under Sharia Law. What is wrong with your government? Allowing Britain to be passively distorted? Here in Canada we have a history of observing the greatness that was Britain, but that constantly changes as your country becomes another Arabic state, anti-humanitarian, fascist. What are you going to do when your Queen is deemed worthless in the eyes of an Islamic nation? And oh, another repeat of Hitler is unthinkable. Comparing the holocaust is cliche due to pro-life and vegan groups deflating the significance. But Mohammed is intolerably comparable to Hitler. First Laws are changed, and then the Jews, Woman and Freethinkers are targeted. And YOUR BRITAIN. You spawned the minds of Godwin and Dickens. Don’t toss away a history defeating social injustice by such an obvious monster.

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