Egyptian Party Leader Call for Shariah Law – Libya’s Top Mufti Banishes Democracy & Freedom Passages From School Books

That Islamic Spring movement is working out swimmingly.

The Egyptian leader of the Muslim Brotherhood party said the organization’s goal is to institute Shariah law.
The Jerusalem Post reported:

Saad al-Katatny elected head of Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, says goal is to “institute Islamic Sharia law.”

Saad al-Katatny was elected chairman of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the Freedom and Justice Party, Egyptian media reported Friday. He beat out FJP’s acting leader Essam al- Erian in a vote that took place October 6.

The FJP is Egypt’s largest political party, currently occupying 47 percent of all seats in the country’s lower house of parliament.

Libya’s Grand Mufit Sheikh Sadeq Al-Ghariani called for the education ministry to strip passages related to democracy from school textbooks.
CNS News reported:


The Libya Herald reported on Thursday that the “Fatwa Office” has asked the Ministry of Education in Libya to remove passages related to democracy and freedom of religion from school textbooks.

“Libya’s Dar Al-Ifta’ (the Fatwa office), presided by Grand Mufti Sheikh Sadeq Al-Ghariani, has called on the Ministry of Education to remove passages relating to democracy and freedom of religion from school textbooks,” the article states.

The article also reports that the religious official asked for “clarification” as to why extracts of the Prophet Muhammad’s Sunnah had been deleted. The Sunnah is the second book for Islam jurisprudence after the Quran.

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