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ART Competition 2010 is now closed

Please note that the art competition is now closed. We will soon be announcing more information on the process of determining the winners and on an upcoming gallery exhibition.



The One Law for All Campaign Against Sharia Law in Britain

is sponsoring an Art Competition open to all artists.

Applications submission is now closed.

The Second Edition will take place 20 – 27 November 2010 at UNIT 24 Gallery

See terms and conditions

Unit 24
24 Great Guildford Street
London UK

Opening Times:
Mon – Wed : 8:00 – 17:00
Thu – Fri : 8:00 – 18:30
Sat – Sun : closed

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See winners of the Passion For Freedom 2009 art competition-1st edition


  • Shiz
    Posted 26th March 2010 10:19 am 0Likes

    Hi, I would love to enter your competition, you can have a look at my work online, though if I enter I will paint something relating to the theme.

  • Daniel de Culla
    Posted 3rd May 2010 4:23 am 0Likes

    Lovely. You’re Yes.
    And an End to Romans, Sharia Hypocrites and Christians¡

  • alice
    Posted 12th May 2010 6:56 pm 0Likes

    What about the entry fee? How much is it?

    • Becky Myhill
      Posted 29th May 2010 10:48 pm 0Likes

      I just checked out the terms and conditions, it says it’s free

  • Sangkebenaran
    Posted 29th May 2010 2:08 am 0Likes

    Outside art competition there is another competition?

    I think short story competition is good. It would be another tools to campaign and it remind me to Salman Rushdie and Taslema Nasreen.

  • Ms.Chief
    Posted 2nd July 2010 4:25 pm 0Likes

    Can someone explain to me what Shariah law means to everyone and the effects of it being implied? Also, is this campaign really against shariah law or against Islam and Muslims, also known as Islamaphobia? I thought I’d just voice my view, being a Londoner who is entitled to freedom of speech … just like those agreeing and disagreeing with this campaign.

  • ADH
    Posted 27th July 2010 9:07 am 0Likes

    In reply to Ms.Chief

    Because someone is agains sharia law does not mean that they are anti-muslim or anti islam. There are many muslims against sharia law. For example, see the St Petersburg Declaration on the following website.

    Hope you are able to participate and thanks for your comment..!


  • Mr confused
    Posted 28th July 2010 10:49 am 0Likes

    OK… but what is the picture on the flyer meant to be?

  • Emma
    Posted 16th August 2010 11:47 pm 0Likes

    Would have love to take part in this competition, however just seen it so late.
    Being against the Shariah Law is actually being against Islam. Islam judges with the Shariah Law. Those who do not know it well will say its bad and it does sound barbaric but thats for a reason. A man will think twice before he murders if he is to lose his life for it too. In London, you can kill someone and then be absolutely free in a few months or a year or two… thats not justice. Not for the family that has a lost a dear one.

    Anyways just wanted to say what I thought. Not a muslim myself but I once was against it but now am not after doing a lot of research.

    Good luck to all!!!

  • ADH
    Posted 18th August 2010 4:11 am 0Likes

    To Emma:

    I agree that Sharia law does seem very barbaric as it is practiced. In Saudi Arabia it is used to justify public amputations and executions. In Iran and Somalia it is used to justify stoning to death for adultery.

    I understand your concerns about wanting to keep the crime rate down, but lets look at what Sharia law means in practice.

    Under Sharia law the evidence of two women is equivalent to one man. I don’t think that is right, even if it is written in the Koran. Do you ?


  • Margaret
    Posted 15th September 2010 2:32 pm 0Likes

    Art and education are very powerful tools to raise awareness. I suggest to read a lot e.g.

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