Video of Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad: Why Desiring Sharia Law is Short Sighted and Why Any Law without Justice is ‘No Law’

Suggested Reading by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times, for the best understanding of personal religion in the 21st century and the fundamental teaching of justice

My main suggestion to the open minded readers is to read on and in the words of Sir Francis Bacon, “Read not to contradict … but to weigh and consider.”

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2 replies

  1. The best laws and constitution can be developed by going through the civic process like USA has gone through in the last two or more centuries, rather than dogmatic debates between different sects, in which we vilify others and declare them hypocrites or Kafirs.

    Let me ask our Muslim readers to bring forth their proofs rather than idolizing and idealizing their sect, as that does not create Sharia Law or civil order in a diverse society made of different sects and different religions.

    • You will hardly get any coherent response from our fellow Muslims of the various sects, other than maybe, abusive language.

      That’s what we read on the other social media outlets, since they have no relevant reply.

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