Irreconcilability of shari'a law and human rights
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Submitted by Michael, Feb 13, 2017 14:11
The irreconcilability of shari'a law and human rights, admitted by Iran and Saudi Arabia, is sufficient to establish that the right to freedom of religion and of choice of religion does not include a right to profess that Muhammad is a messenger of God and that the Qur'an is the word of God.
There is nothing in law or justice against the adoption of criminal laws condemning the profession and practice of Islam as blasphemy and idolatry, punishable by death.
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