Skip to comments.Sharia: Obama-encouraged Libyan transitional council approves polygamy, bans banking interest
Posted on 10/24/2011 12:13:56 PM PDT by tcrlaf
Libyas transitional government, established as a result of President Obamas intervention, announced its first rulings Sunday following the death of deposed dictator Moammar Gadhafi. They include reestablishing polygamy for men and banning Western-style interest on bank loans.
Both provisions are features of Sharia, or Islamic law; Mohammed, Islams founder, introduced both some 1,400 years ago.
On Sunday, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil abruptly announced that Islamic law, or Sharia, would provide the basic source of Libyan law. This revolution was looked after by Allah to achieve victory, Abdul-Jalil, the leader of the Transitional National Council, said to a celebratory crowd in Benghazi.
Libyans are slated to approve or disprove a proposed constitution in June 2012, prior to elections for a new government.
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The Islamic Caliphate is reforming as a sign of end-times.
Coming Soon to Libya: Persecution and slaughter of Coptic Christians and Roman Catholics.
Libya, the American Liberals utopian dream state.
Invest in burka and niquib factories throughout the mideast.
Sales will skyrocket by the time Obama's "Arab Spring" has completely sprung.
Hillary cheered for the rebels. Maybe she was thinking how much easier things would be, if Bill just had a harem.
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FLDS might be encouraged by this....
These faces describe my reaction to this:
Reason number 1,030,398,838,289,292,000 why there were Crusades. Number one reason: kill them before they kill all of us.
And this is the “foreign policy achievement” that has given Zero a bump in his approval ratings ?
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