No Place For Sharia Law In Russia – Senior MP

Unlike British politicians who actively encourage the Islamization of our nation with their actions and Muslim appeasing. Their Russian counterparts seem to be the complete opposite . Senior MP has made it clear to several of the less developed Muslim majority Russian states that  there is no place for Sharia Law.

No place for Sharia law in Russia – senior MP

Published time: November 06, 2013 twelve thirty-six time Edited: November 06, 2013 14:59

The head of the State Duma's Constitutional Legislation Committee has blasted as "extremely dangerous" the suggestion to regulate some relations in certain regions by adhering to the norms of Sharia law.
Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Construction Vladimir Pligin speaks at a plenary meeting of the lower house of the Russian Parliament. (RIA Novosti / Vladimir Fedorenko)Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Construction Vladimir Pligin speaks at a plenary meeting of the lower house of the Russian Parliament. (RIA Novosti / Vladimir Fedorenko)

The head of the State Duma’s Constitutional Legislation Committee has blasted as “extremely dangerous” the suggestion to regulate some relations in certain regions by adhering to the norms of Sharia law.

” We cannot Leave an excessively large space of unregulated Relations Because When We do, Other Regulators That start to fill in space, and Other Regulators These are extremely Dangerous , “MP Vladimir Pligin (United Russia) Told A Parliamentary Expert Council on Wednesday, ACCORDING to Interfax news agency.

” Even if We discuss Territories Which have A Certain mentality, IT is not Possible to let even Part A of legal Relations be regulated by Sharia Law. This space must be regulated by Russian Law and there is no Doubt About IT , “he said.

Despite the fact that several regions in the South and Central Russia are predominantly Muslim, calls to bring secular laws into line with religious ones are extremely rare. One such occasion, followed by a nationwide controversy, took place in April 2012 When Dagestani Dagir Khasavov Lawyer Called for the introduction of Sharia Courts in an Interview with the Russian REN-TV Channel, threatening if They Were not That Would Russia ” drown in Blood . ”

Russian politicians, senior Muslim clerics and ordinary citizens were outraged by this statement. The Moscow bar association threatened to expel Khasavov and the Prosecutor General’s Office started a criminal case over suspected incitement of religious hatred.

However, shortly before the legal action Khasavov fled the country. A few months later the case was closed due to inability to establish that a crime had been committed.

The lawyer himself said in press comments that his words were taken out of context, that the interview was badly and purposefully cut to achieve maximum notoriety. He threatened to sue the TV channel that aired the program, though he has not yet fulfilled this threat.

http://rt.com/politics/sharia-law-russia-protest-304/

One thought on “No Place For Sharia Law In Russia – Senior MP”

  1. Sharia law is found in all countries in the world even in the country that hate Muslims more i.e. Israel- You seem to confuse penal law in sharia which only applies to Muslims and no one else with day to day on how Muslims should live. Sharia law is only for Muslims I can not see where the problem is.:

    Sharia law is divided into three main sections:

    Faith (Aqida).Ethics (Akhlaq).the acts of Muslim which divided into two sections;- The acts of worship, or al-ibadat, these include: Ritual Purification (Wudu)Prayers (Salah)Fasts (Swam and Ramadan)Charities (Zakat)Pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj) Human interaction, or al-mu’amalat, which includes: Financial transactions Endowments Laws of inheritance Marriage, divorce, and child care Foods and drinks (including ritual slaughtering and hunting)Penal punishments Warfare and peace Judicial matters (including witnesses and forms of evidence)

    Sharia, or Islamic law, offers moral and legal guidance for nearly all aspects of life – from marriage and divorce, to inheritance and contracts, to criminal punishments. Sharia, in its broadest definition, refers to the ethical principles set down in Islam’s holy book (the Quran) and examples of actions by the Prophet Muhammad (sunna). The Islamic jurisprudence that comes out of the human exercise of codifying and interpreting these principles is known as fiqh. Muslim scholars and jurists continue to debate the boundary between sharia and fiqh as well as other aspects of Islamic law.

    Please do me a favour and show us where in the sharia law it says you can commit rape? because I know 100% you will not be able to find it. the media are brainwashing a lot of people, open your eyes to the real truth. Islam is about peace, something the media doesn’t portray. why don’t you take the time and effort to talk to a well known and respected Muslim scholar before you start writing utter nonsense? Back your theories up with facts!!! you wouldn’t though, would you, because you’ll never find your theories in the sharia law.
    IA
    http://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

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