sharia

[ US /ˈʃɑɹiə/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈe‍əɹiɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the code of law derived from the Koran and from the teachings and example of Mohammed
    sharia is only applicable to Muslims
    under Islamic law there is no separation of church and state
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How To Use sharia In A Sentence

  • Islam is the state religion in Malaysia, and sharia is the law prescribed for the Muslim majority.
  • The National Assembly (NA, lower house of the parliament) of Pakistan approved the Islamic sharia law regulation, which is called Nizam-e-Adl Regulation 2009, with majority within two hours on April 13 without any debate. Spero News
  • Does Wisconsin statutory law contain a Shariaesque definition of that term? The Volokh Conspiracy » District Attorney Suggests That It May Be a Crime for Teachers to Follow the New State Law Mandating Certain Forms of Sex Education
  • Oppose Sharia system (buy Cihaibu) and advocated the Shari"a school not blindly follow a particular camp, For Shariah to the problem by training for the difference.
  • The burk, the Sharia Law discriminate the muslims who want to intergrate themselves. Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...
  • Unfortunately, the Obama administration last year co-sponsored with Egypt a relevant and deeply problematic resolution in the U.N. Human Rights Council, promoted for years bythe Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), a group of 57 Muslim-majority nations that stridently embraces Shariah and seeks to legitimate and promote its advance around the world. Stealth Jihad by Frank Gaffney, Jr. and The American Legion « Mark12ministries’s Weblog
  • And when certain states impose what they refer to as sharia or when certain Muslim activists demand its recognition alongside secular jurisdictions, they are usually referring not to a universal and fixed code established once for all but to some particular concretisation of it at the hands of a tradition of jurists. Archbishop's Lecture - Civil and Religious Law in England
  • The twelve States in the area have used Sharia in cases of civil law.
  • In Indonesia, there is no longer any debate about sharia in the national legislature, but some regions, Aceh and several regencies, have adopted sharia in response to demands from Islamist parties and ulema at regional level.
  • And if we work with Muslim communities, we must understand that Islamic law, known as Sharia, prohibits the acceptance or payment of interest fees on loans.
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