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Let not pity withhold you in their case, in a punishment prescribed by Allah, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day.And let a party of the believers witness their punishment.“From a security perspective, it is difficult to know if a 65% rate of repudiation (of Al-Qaida) is re-assuring or a 35% failure to repudiate troubling,” wrote study authors Christian Leuprecht, associate professor of the Royal Military College of Canada and Conrad Winn, Carleton University professor and president of COMPAS, a public opinion research firm.

For instance, a woman can only inherit half as much as a man can.

If a divorced woman remarries, custody of the children from her previous marriage may revert to the children's father.

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24:2 The fornicatress and the fornicator, flog each of them with a hundred stripes.A survey (involving phone interviews with 455 Muslims in Ottawa, between May and July 2008, with a margin of error of five percentage points), suggests a large number of Muslims living in Canada will not disown Al-Qaida.The study, conducted by the Mac Donald Laurier Institute, found 65% of Muslims questioned said they would “repudiate absolutely” the terrorist organization, while 35% would not do so.India and the Philippines have separate Muslim civil laws, wholly based on Sharia.Most countries of the Middle East and North Africa maintain a dual system of secular courts and religious courts, in which the religious courts mainly regulate marriage and inheritance.The National Association of Women and the Law, the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, and the National Organization of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women of Canada argued that under Sharia law, men and women are not treated equally.

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