Saturday, August 26, 2006

Voices of Muslim Moderation

Some of the moderate Muslim leaders told Miss Kelly that important days in Ramadan and Eid-ul-Adha should be made public holidays for Muslims. Some (not all) the Muslim leaders attending also said Sharia law should also be introduced in Britain. While this specifies stonings and amputations as criminal punishments, Dr Pasha said moderately that he wanted it only for family, not criminal, law.

"We are willing to co-operate but there should be a partnership," Dr Pasha was quoted as saying. "They should understand our problems then (sic) we will understand their problems."

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