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      India is the only major non-Muslim majority country to allow Muslims to organize their personal life in accordance with their own religious family laws.


      Should Indian Muslims have separate laws or Uniform civil code irrespective of religion along with Hindus, Christians, Parsis, Sikhs and Jews.

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      what if there is family planning laws that offers incentives to families with few children or puts somekind of restriction on family size
      can any religen be protected from these laws? if you give exceptions
      on the basis of belief then the law will not be effective.

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      when they beleive n want others to beleive they r the citizens of india they must have a common civil code.what is law if it is not the same for everyone. more over muslims r not the only minority in india. they r not even minority( with 12% they r far more than many other minorities).if the law says different things for different ppl it is not law but hypocrisy. the infamous shah banu case where the parliament enacted law to curb the supreme court judgement is one fine example of how stupid misinterpretatoin of minority right can become.
      when they r the citizens of a secular country they have to follow the laws of the land n not the law they like.

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      I agree with you gentlemen. Laws for Muslims and Hindus should be the same. You know if you burn some Muslims alive you should not be allowed to remain the chief minister of the state. Simple things first, then we can move on to bigger issues like how many children Muslims have.

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      Imdad Bhai, I am simply in awe at your ability and finesse in the art of "taking" (lena). Bravo!

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      Originally posted by Imdad Ali:
      I agree with you gentlemen. Laws for Muslims and Hindus should be the same. You know if you burn some Muslims alive you should not be allowed to remain the chief minister of the state. Simple things first, then we can move on to bigger issues like how many children Muslims have.
      I think there are laws already for that, any kind of murder is generally covered under the Indian Penal Code. That the law has not taken its course regrettable and some action is being taken on that front.

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      it is not the problem of implementation of laws coz law will finally take its own course.law may b late but it will always b there. the problem here is whether there is any law at all. there is no common civil code then where is the problem of implenetation.

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      No idea. It's up to Indians how they want to treat their citizens at the end of the day, at the end of the day, you reap what you sow.

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      Originally posted by Judge^MentuLL:
      No idea. It's up to Indians how they want to treat their citizens at the end of the day, at the end of the day, you reap what you sow.
      demand is not us


      Addressing the students and faculty at the City College of New York, Mr Powell noted: "Indeed, outside of the Arab world, the majority of the world's 1.3 billion Muslims live in countries with democratic or democratizing governments, with the rule of law firmly established in constitutional foundations

      http://www.dawn.com/2003/11/12/top13.htm

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      Originally posted by rvikz:


      demand is not us


      Addressing the students and faculty at the City College of New York, Mr Powell noted: "Indeed, outside of the Arab world, the majority of the world's 1.3 billion Muslims live in countries with democratic or democratizing governments, with the rule of law firmly established in constitutional foundations

      http://www.dawn.com/2003/11/12/top13.htm
      don't bring the likes of powell and bush in these discussions. they themselves are very much in support of having kingdoms in ME and dictatorships in other countries of the world. how can you use them for anything when their actions don't match the words they utter.

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      rvikz, doesn't matter whether Colin Powell or Uncle Tom Cobley gives his opinion on the situation, fact is, it's an internal issue for India to sort out and has little real bearing outside of India.

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      thank god atlast there is somebody to accept that these r internal matter of india.
      the only thing i didnt understand is the words" u reap what u sow".is it a vieled threat sort of thing telling if u don follow 2 rules for 2 ppl then 1 would take to arms n kill the other?.
      i didn understand that if u can elaborate on that sentence. mush better

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      Originally posted by khalif:
      thank god atlast there is somebody to accept that these r internal matter of india.
      the only thing i didnt understand is the words" u reap what u sow".is it a vieled threat sort of thing telling if u don follow 2 rules for 2 ppl then 1 would take to arms n kill the other?.
      i didn understand that if u can elaborate on that sentence. mush better
      u r reading too much between the lines and the words.

      also, "thank god.... " should have been said talking to Marathi. it was a question posed to everyone, wasn't it?

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      Originally posted by khalif:
      thank god atlast there is somebody to accept that these r internal matter of india.
      the only thing i didnt understand is the words" u reap what u sow".is it a vieled threat sort of thing telling if u don follow 2 rules for 2 ppl then 1 would take to arms n kill the other?.
      i didn understand that if u can elaborate on that sentence. mush better
      You reap what you sow is quite simple to understand. India's relations with it's monorities will depend on the attitude of the majority towards the minority like anywhere else.

      And yes this is a internal matter for India so not really sure what the point is of bringing it up here.

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      i was thanking god bcoz He had made sure there is atleast 1 person to think so. i don think i read b/w the lines.
      the welfare of india depends in how minorities see themselves as n also on how they c majority.
      if they continue to c themselves as a species to b appeased then naturally they cannot b seen by the majority as such n that may lead to problems.

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      Originally posted by khalif:
      ...i don think i read b/w the lines....
      I repost what you posted and highlight why I think you read too much between the lines/words.

      Originally posted by khalif:
      thank god atlast there is somebody to accept that these r internal matter of india.
      the only thing i didnt understand is the words" u reap what u sow".is it a vieled threat sort of thing telling if u don follow 2 rules for 2 ppl then 1 would take to arms n kill the other?.
      i didn understand that if u can elaborate on that sentence. mush better