Which ever way you put this this is INSANE.
Sydney University adopts law courses pushing for recognition of sharia law, polygamy and young marriage in Australian legal system
14 July, 2017
The most prestigious law school in Australia has two courses which call for lements of sharia law to be recognised in the mainstream legal system — including allowances for polygamy and lowering the age of consent.Education Minister Simon Birmingham has spoken out about teaching sharia law at university. Picture: Jason Sammon
Milad Bin Ahmad-Shah Al-Ahmadzai, 25, has refused to stand for four judges over more than a year.
Dr Ghena Krayem teaches one of the Sydney University courses, Muslim Minorities And The Law, with Salim Farrar. Picture: Andy Baker.
Associate Professor Salim Farrar teaches Muslim Minorities And The Law with Dr Ghena Krayem.
The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils spokesman Ali Kadri said sharia was often “misunderstood”, but expressed a similar sentiment.
think there is nothing within Australian law which stops me from
following my religion as I am supposed to and I would not be
compromising anything within my religion by following Australian law
as it is,” he said.
don’t think we need to have religious connotations with any law
because we are a secular country.”
Krayem and a team of Melbourne academics were awarded a federal
government research grant in 2015 to research the Response Of
Australian Family Law To Islamic Community Processes, to influence
“future policy developments”. Family law expert Robert Balzola
said it was concerning that public funding was behind the research.
university spokesman said the “optional” course would provide
students with a “basic understanding of the sources of Islamic law
and its interpretation”.
Both academics declined to comment.
Swedish Church Removes Crosses to Make Muslim Migrants Feel “Welcome"
Magazine for Life,
Levant, Canadian attorney, media personality, political activist,
writer and broadcaster, has a point. It’s difficult to remain a
Church, a place of worship for the Christian religion, if you take
out all religious symbols from the building and expect worshipers of
another religion to join your congregation. What makes Bishop Eva
Brunne’s efforts particularly peculiar is the fact that she herself
is a lesbian. That would be penalized by death by Muslim law. Taking
the crosses out of the Church and arranging the chairs to face Mecca
is not going to change Muslim religious law. And Bishop Brunne may
find herself having to pay a high price for creating a
a Church truly be turned into a mosque? Is this the government’s
doing or is this a Bishop’s own doing?
this bending-over backwards step be accepted by those who observe the
Muslim religion? Probably not.
culture is under attack by radical Islam. Fighting is so much more
challenging than surrender. But, the rewards are for all future
generations. Standing up for liberty sometimes means confronting
evil. If we are not willing to pay the price of fighting, then we
will pay the much more difficult price of surrender.
ought to be a place that people understand that ruthless tyrannies
overrun those who don’t know how to defend themselves.
other religions ought to be a two-way street.
I don't subscribe to the clash of civilisations theory but this is insane so I find it dfficult to disagree with Paul Joseph Watson.
But if you disagree with the self-destruction of western, Christian civilisation you are a racist.