Bill Warner PhD: Questions about Sharia for Candidates

The United West, June 5, 2018:

Muslims are increasingly running for political office. We have the perfect forum for asking well crafted questions about Sharia.

They may say that Sharia is just a religious concept or that there are parts of Sharia they don’t practice. However, only part of Sharia is about how to practice Islam. But it is not enough to reject a particular part of Sharia. All of Sharia is based on the Koran and the Sunna of Mohammed. If you reject Sharia you must also reject the underlying Koran and Sunna. We must ask for the person to condemn and abjure the Koran and Sunna that support the rejected Sharia.

Take wife beating as an example. Wife beating is part of the Koran (4:34) and the Sunna. We must ask a Muslim not only to reject wife beating, but to condemn and abjure the Koran and Sunna that support the Sharia doctrine. In short, the Koran and the Sunna about wife beating is wrong.

The election season is upon us. We must use the race as a golden opportunity to educate the voting public about Sharia and how to reject it.

Questions about Sharia for candidates–
All Muslims who run for elective office should be asked questions about Sharia. It’s not enough to reject Sharia, we want it condemned and the foundation on which it rests, Allah and Mohammed.

Also see:

Bill Warner PhD: Sharia– Destroyer of Civilizations

4 thoughts on “Bill Warner PhD: Questions about Sharia for Candidates

  1. Bill, what about the Islamist rite to lie when it furthers the Islamic cause ?

  2. I believe Bill Warner is over simplifying by not distinguishing between Sharia and Sharia Law (better called Islamic Law to avoid confusion). The diagram on page 1 here shows the distinction from a Muslim point of view:

    http://www.mpvusa.org/sharia-law/

    The Reliance of the Traveller is a manual of Fiqh therefore, although it is based on the Koran, Hadiths and Sira, it is the result of human interpretation and contains much that cannot be pinned directly onto Allah so it is plausible for any Muslim to deny much of Islamic Law. For instance, where in the Muslim world are people executed for not keeping up with their prayers (Reliance F1.4) or for “believing that things in themselves or their own nature have any causal influence independent of the will of Allah” (Reliance O8.7(17)?

    If a candidate does deny Islamic Law then I suggest it would be better to turn to the Koran, which is supposedly Allah talking, and ask questions such as:

    Bill Warner’s question about wife-beating.

    Do you agree that Muslims are the best of people and non-Muslims are the vilest of creatures?

    Do you believe that Muslims should be hard against non-Muslims and merciful to each other?

    Do you agree with Allah that non-Muslims deserve to be tortured for eternity for not believing in him?

    Do you believe that who do mischief in the land should be killed or crucified or their hands and their feet be cut off on the opposite sides?

    Do you believe that Muslims should not take Jews and Christians as friends?

    etc.

  3. There is no difference between atheists and Muslims respecting their oaths of office. The oath is not binding on either of these groups’ consciences.

    We should replace the oath with a civil contract that is enforceable in a court of law. This will ensure that a Muslim or anyone else for that matter, who violates the terms of the oath of office, for whatever reason, has produced prima facie evidence of the abandonment of their office and should be considered vacated.

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