Tuesday, February 10, 2009

"Cyber War" to Protect Sharia Law?

In an article titled "Protection of Sharia (Islamic Law) and social reforms in AIMPLB [All India Muslim Personal Law Board]" the India-based ShahilOnline website is reporting on recent speeches given by Islamic scholars to more than 25,000 people.

During one of these speeches, the issue of cyberwar and technology came up:
"Moulana Salam Nadvi in his address said that the younger generation of the community should obtain higher education particularly they have to gain proficiency in the field of 'Information Technology' not for the purpose of accumulating wealth by getting employment in American companies in Bangalore, but to fight against the cyber-war being waged by anti-Islamic lobby particularly by western media [sic]."

Protection of Sharia (Islamic Law) and social reforms in AIMPLB

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