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Shariah is a misunderstood and misused concept. God reveals His desire of how a believer should shape his destiny. God’s will is manifested in the form of certain laws or principles. These laws or principles constitute shariah. Shariah is not unique to Islam. Every faith has its own form of shariah.
At its core, shariah is intended to develop and sustain a moral and just society. Unfortunately, certain Islamic countries have failed to observe the precondition of absolute justice before imposing shariah.
Sharia cannot achieve absolute justice because it is an inherently unjust system of governance. Justice requires equality before the law which Sharia does not recognise.
Extremists and their religious clerics invoke shariah to justify the killing of the innocent and vulnerable. They abandon the Quranic principles of governance in favor of discriminate and grossly improper applications of Islamic law. They view shariah as an instrument of conquest and carnage instead of justice and decency.
So it is extremist to observe the Quranic verses commanding Muslims to extort protection money (jizyah) from non-Muslim monotheists?
Religion should not be the business of the state.
Do you believe legislating against establishing Sharia law and other parallel religious legal systems runs contrary to this?