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The argument re Sharia or Democracy is quite straightforward. Why do some commentators shy away from it? Perhaps the truth is too painful. We can no longer afford to be afraid of the truth, however unpalatable it might be. There are many experts on Islam who have studied it for years who also see that Sharia and Democracy are incompatible.
1. Sharia law is an inseparable part of true Islam. The commands in the Koran and the examples of Mohammed's actions in the Hadith are used to formulate the laws of Sharia. You can no more remove Sharia from Islam as you can tear out pages from the Koran. You also have to understand 'abrogation'.
2. Sharia law is incompatible with democracy. The laws of Allah are regarded as superior to the laws of man. What purpose would a parliament have? Its role would not be to devise legal innovation in response to the wishes of the citizens of the country, but to refine the interpretation of Allah's will.
3. As Sharia law is an inseparable part of Islam, and Sharia law is incompatible with democracy, the implication therefore is that Islam is incompatible with democracy.
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