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ANONYMOUS POLL: Thoughts on Islamic Law / Politics

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What are your thoughts about the appropriate relationship between Islam and politics / law for the current time (2017)?  

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  1. 1. What is the appropriate relationship between Islam and politics/ law for our current time (2017)?

    • I support a state ruled by Shari'a law right now (2017)
      8
    • I support separation of religion and state for all times (secular)
      2
    • I support secular state for now, and Shari'a law only after the Twelfth Imam returns
      8
    • I support wherever I am safe and comfortable, regardless of legal system
      1
    • I have no opinion on this issue
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I think most Muslims agree Sharia should rule, but what they dont agree on is what the true Sharia is. We have wilayat el fakih, which not all shias believe in, while sunni wahhabis have their sharia of thou shall rape and behead whatever doesnt agree with us, especially shia rafida..

 

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1 hour ago, ChattingwithShias said:

Let's get some accurate data going. Be honest, this is anonymous

Where you live determines your answer.

People from the ME or Asia will answer one way while people from Europe and North America will answer another.

If you live in a Secular country then you will answer for Secularism, if you live in an Islamic country then you will be for Sharia.

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Sharia in a muslim country with a majority supporting that rule, secular laws in a non-muslim country, as long as the majority in that country are ok with that too, which I believe they are. 

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On ‎5‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 2:43 PM, kirtc said:

I think most Muslims agree Sharia should rule, but what they dont agree on is what the true Sharia is. We have wilayat el fakih, which not all shias believe in, while sunni wahhabis have their sharia of thou shall rape and behead whatever doesnt agree with us, especially shia rafida..

 

As an example for your post, l remember reading the Afghan constitution which mandated the Hanifa School.

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