The Sharia Is A Model Of Utter Simplicity. It Contains A Lesson For Us.

Use the Sharie as a model of simplicity for the framing and application of laws. All seem to understand the Sharie while virtually no-one can understand English Law (Common or otherwise)

The Sharie has stood the test of time. It works and is used in the UK already, although this is denied. Banking law is increasingly based on observance of the Sharia and this will increase as we begin to see the toxic and ruinous effects of the UK banking system.

I do not advocate adopting some of the traditional and Quranic laws of the Sharia. I simply say we could learn from simplicity and effectiveness.

Why is this idea important?

Use the Sharie as a model of simplicity for the framing and application of laws. All seem to understand the Sharie while virtually no-one can understand English Law (Common or otherwise)

The Sharie has stood the test of time. It works and is used in the UK already, although this is denied. Banking law is increasingly based on observance of the Sharia and this will increase as we begin to see the toxic and ruinous effects of the UK banking system.

I do not advocate adopting some of the traditional and Quranic laws of the Sharia. I simply say we could learn from simplicity and effectiveness.

Stop Sharia Law in Britain: Lets Have One Law for All

Sharia courts discriminate against women and many women will feel pressured into using these courts.

Women’s rights campaigner Yasmin Rehman said: “We Muslims have been a part of the UK for many, many years but the generations before me did not feel the need for or call for segregation in the way that is being demanded now. At the beginning of my career as a women’s rights advocate there was no need to apply for a certificate of Khula in divorce cases. Muslim women are now being told that divorces under the English legal system are not valued or recognised without a certificate of Khula – and should they remarry without this they will be committing Zina – a ‘crime’ punishable by death in many Muslim countries. This is not a view shared by all Islamic scholars but a view that is being pushed through the Islamic councils and tribunals across the UK.”

Why is this idea important?

Sharia courts discriminate against women and many women will feel pressured into using these courts.

Women’s rights campaigner Yasmin Rehman said: “We Muslims have been a part of the UK for many, many years but the generations before me did not feel the need for or call for segregation in the way that is being demanded now. At the beginning of my career as a women’s rights advocate there was no need to apply for a certificate of Khula in divorce cases. Muslim women are now being told that divorces under the English legal system are not valued or recognised without a certificate of Khula – and should they remarry without this they will be committing Zina – a ‘crime’ punishable by death in many Muslim countries. This is not a view shared by all Islamic scholars but a view that is being pushed through the Islamic councils and tribunals across the UK.”

Ban all Sharia Law from OUR country.

This draconian, primitive, twisted and unlawful malarkey that is Sharia Law must not be allowed to gain a foothold in this country. You don't see a British legal system being widely practised in the middle eastern countries, so why should Sharia Law be allowed in THIS country?

Why is this idea important?

This draconian, primitive, twisted and unlawful malarkey that is Sharia Law must not be allowed to gain a foothold in this country. You don't see a British legal system being widely practised in the middle eastern countries, so why should Sharia Law be allowed in THIS country?

End Sharia Law in the UK

To get rid of this ridiculous law.

Sharia (or Islamic) law is based on a combination of sources, including the Quran, the Hadith or Sunna (sayings and actions of Prophet Mohammad), and Islamic jurisprudence and rulings or fatwas issued by scholars.

Sharia law has been implemented in the UK since the early 1980s by Sharia Councils and since 2007 by Muslim Arbitration Tribunals.
The decisions of Sharia and other religious courts are arbitrary and discriminatory, particularly against women and children.

Why is this idea important?

To get rid of this ridiculous law.

Sharia (or Islamic) law is based on a combination of sources, including the Quran, the Hadith or Sunna (sayings and actions of Prophet Mohammad), and Islamic jurisprudence and rulings or fatwas issued by scholars.

Sharia law has been implemented in the UK since the early 1980s by Sharia Councils and since 2007 by Muslim Arbitration Tribunals.
The decisions of Sharia and other religious courts are arbitrary and discriminatory, particularly against women and children.