A Muslim's lifestyle is personal, not gov’t matter

Tawfik Ismail

Modified 13 Nov 2015, 4:36 am

COMMENT A Muslim practising his religion is a personal act between him and God.

Muslims do not need to be told by the government how to perform their duties to God. The population in Turkey, for example, rejected tighter Islamic laws because of this reason.

How a Muslim conducts his personal life is also of no concern to the government, and personal sins should not be made (legislated) crimes...

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