Islam and Natural Law

In the name of human rights and religious freedom, many religious leaders are putting pressure on Western leaders to effectively implement “open borders” immigration policies. But what does it mean to practice one’s religion freely and claim it as a “human right”? In response, the distinction between religious worship and morality is practical and determinative.

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  • Watchman

    I read the article and was astounded by the stupidity of asking a muslim if they believe in takkiya (lying to further the cause of islam or to protect oneself against persecution), and using the answers to questions such as this to determine whether muslims should be eligible as immigrants to the US.

  • Yo Mama

    Pislam is what most of humanity would call unnatural law and unnatural acts.