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#107 - Not according to any census. Your anecdotal evidence is sad, b…  [+] (4 replies) 07/02/2016 on Gutlaglols Mofraggav 0
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#108 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
What would you say the take over of a county by Muslims to be, because obviously we 2 different definitions.
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#109 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Control or significant influence over government, territory, or the military. Alternatively, becoming the largest or close very close contender for largest demographic. Anything other than that is "man shouts at cloud".
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#110 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
So, the UK with Sharia Courts and a Muslium prime minister, Germany with saris laws as part of its private law systems, both Guyana and Suriname with Muslium laws guiding their common and civil laws, Bangladesh where marriage, divorce, alimony and property inheritance are regulated by Sharia with the Personal Law Application Act of 1937, and parts of Greece where all people are subjected exclusively to the provisions of the civil code, regardless of their religion.
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#111 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
UK Sharia courts cannot overrule existing laws and all parties have to consent to that choice of court. They are not courts of law, their decisions are not legally binding and they may not impose punishments or penalties. I should clarify my point a little, a Muslim PM does not mean Muslims control the country unless he stood on a pro-Islamic rule platform, parliament was majority pro-Islamic law, and he intended to implement Islamic policies.
Bangladesh is a majority Muslim country and has been a majority Muslim nation since the first millennium.
I think you should have read the wikipedia article for "Application of Sharia Law by Country" a little more carefully. Sharia law exist in Western Thrace as an option for Muslims if they wish. In the rest of Greece Sharia is not an option and Muslims must follow the Greek civil code, same as everyone else.
#105 - Philippines are only 11% Muslim, the government is non-secular…  [+] (6 replies) 07/02/2016 on Gutlaglols Mofraggav 0
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#106 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
I have a friend from India who's dad was killed when Muslims moved into the area. Trust me, in India, there are more people who are Muslims than who are subscribed to Hinduism.
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#107 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Not according to any census. Your anecdotal evidence is sad, but hardly representative of the bigger picture.
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#108 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
What would you say the take over of a county by Muslims to be, because obviously we 2 different definitions.
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#109 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Control or significant influence over government, territory, or the military. Alternatively, becoming the largest or close very close contender for largest demographic. Anything other than that is "man shouts at cloud".
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#110 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
So, the UK with Sharia Courts and a Muslium prime minister, Germany with saris laws as part of its private law systems, both Guyana and Suriname with Muslium laws guiding their common and civil laws, Bangladesh where marriage, divorce, alimony and property inheritance are regulated by Sharia with the Personal Law Application Act of 1937, and parts of Greece where all people are subjected exclusively to the provisions of the civil code, regardless of their religion.
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#111 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
UK Sharia courts cannot overrule existing laws and all parties have to consent to that choice of court. They are not courts of law, their decisions are not legally binding and they may not impose punishments or penalties. I should clarify my point a little, a Muslim PM does not mean Muslims control the country unless he stood on a pro-Islamic rule platform, parliament was majority pro-Islamic law, and he intended to implement Islamic policies.
Bangladesh is a majority Muslim country and has been a majority Muslim nation since the first millennium.
I think you should have read the wikipedia article for "Application of Sharia Law by Country" a little more carefully. Sharia law exist in Western Thrace as an option for Muslims if they wish. In the rest of Greece Sharia is not an option and Muslims must follow the Greek civil code, same as everyone else.
#27 - Hell yeah! 07/01/2016 on peter +4
#103 - Those countries became Muslim in the Seventh Century. Granted,…  [+] (8 replies) 07/01/2016 on Gutlaglols Mofraggav 0
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#104 - halotalim (07/01/2016) [-]
The Philippines and India
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#105 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Philippines are only 11% Muslim, the government is non-secular. I don't follow your reasoning. Similar story with India.
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#106 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
I have a friend from India who's dad was killed when Muslims moved into the area. Trust me, in India, there are more people who are Muslims than who are subscribed to Hinduism.
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#107 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Not according to any census. Your anecdotal evidence is sad, but hardly representative of the bigger picture.
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#108 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
What would you say the take over of a county by Muslims to be, because obviously we 2 different definitions.
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#109 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
Control or significant influence over government, territory, or the military. Alternatively, becoming the largest or close very close contender for largest demographic. Anything other than that is "man shouts at cloud".
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#110 - halotalim (07/02/2016) [-]
So, the UK with Sharia Courts and a Muslium prime minister, Germany with saris laws as part of its private law systems, both Guyana and Suriname with Muslium laws guiding their common and civil laws, Bangladesh where marriage, divorce, alimony and property inheritance are regulated by Sharia with the Personal Law Application Act of 1937, and parts of Greece where all people are subjected exclusively to the provisions of the civil code, regardless of their religion.
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#111 - thegamegestapo (07/02/2016) [-]
UK Sharia courts cannot overrule existing laws and all parties have to consent to that choice of court. They are not courts of law, their decisions are not legally binding and they may not impose punishments or penalties. I should clarify my point a little, a Muslim PM does not mean Muslims control the country unless he stood on a pro-Islamic rule platform, parliament was majority pro-Islamic law, and he intended to implement Islamic policies.
Bangladesh is a majority Muslim country and has been a majority Muslim nation since the first millennium.
I think you should have read the wikipedia article for "Application of Sharia Law by Country" a little more carefully. Sharia law exist in Western Thrace as an option for Muslims if they wish. In the rest of Greece Sharia is not an option and Muslims must follow the Greek civil code, same as everyone else.
#19 - If I remember correctly, that was a myth created by Rudolph He…  [+] (2 replies) 07/01/2016 on Rare photos of Leaders 0
#29 - sixmillionjuice (07/01/2016) [-]
Alexander Moritz Frey, who served with Hitler during World War I, said Hitler wore the toothbrush in the trenches after he was ordered to trim his moustache to facilitate the wearing of a gas mask.[
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#31 - thegamegestapo (07/01/2016) [-]
Fair enough, I don't really remember where I heard that story about Hess but I can't find a corroborating source. Perhaps I'm thinking of something else.