Islamic Terrorism



Women’s Rights


Sharia Law

Sharia (Islamic law) is a comprehensive system of laws that covers all aspects of human live as individuals, societies, and states.  The areas of Islamic law include:

The concept of crime, judicial process, justice and punishment embodied in sharia is different from that of secular law. The differences between sharia and secular laws have led to an on-going controversy as to whether sharia is compatible with modern societies.

Sharia's goal is to protect and promote basic human God-given rights, including

In fact, Islam has adopted two courses for the preservation of these five indispensables:

It is important here to recognize that the second is not to be used unless the first approach is fully exhausted while the criminal is convicted of committing the crime beyond any shadow of doubt.

Allah is the god of Muslims