Why the worry over Islamic law?
By Cherie Konyha Greene
May 4, 2012
If I'm free to display a creche in my yard, read the Bible aloud on the State House lawn and serve Communion wine to minors, my Muslim neighbor should be free to wear her hijab, eat Halal and unroll her prayer rug next to my Bible tent. Let her start reciting the Qur'an while I read. And then get that guitar-wielding cantor from Temple Beth Jacob to sing some Hebrew toe-tappers while Buddhist monks meditate alongside Gregorian-chanting Franciscans. Hey, this is America.
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