Islamise


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cause to conform to Islamic law

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convert to Islam

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'He also assured it was not intended to Islamise, Fulanise or colonise anybody.
The panel said that while his push to Islamise pupils' education was "in no way extremist", the children were "not being prepared for life in modern Britain".
And then there are those that are politically active, and wish to "Islamise" the communities even by force.
Ankara: Turkish Airlines has reversed a ban on air hostesses wearing brightly-coloured lipstick following accusations it was trying to Islamise the company under government influence.
Ennahda, which heads Tunisia's coalition government, is frequently accused by the secular opposition and rights activists of seeking to Islamise society and impose the key provisions of sharia, or Islamic law.
The proposal is certain to inflame political tensions in Tunisia, where secularists already fear that the Ennahda-led government will slowly Islamise Tunisian law and society.
how to have the overwhelming masses, who are religiously sensitive without being fundamentalist - and without wanting to change the secular tenants of this state - be able to co-habitate with the secular elite who are extremely afraid that the AK Party will slowly try to Islamise society.
Opponents of the AKP say that the party secretly aims to Islamise the country and that Gul's election will neutralise different institutions that keep checks on government actions.
College staff will monitor the talk by the London Sheik who has urged Muslims to Islamise by creating a baby boom and to have at least four children.
In the past, many Muslim scholars maintained that good Muslims should not live under non-Muslim dominion, so that "resident Muslims inside Dar al-Harb ought either to leave it forthwith or work inside it to Islamise its power structure" (p.
Christian Council of Nigeria said in a statement that the issue is "explosive, corrosive and suggestive of a subterranean move to Islamise Nigeria."
Patronising though it may sound, most Welsh Muslims try to uphold the Koranic teaching of peace, but all religious books are written in contradictory riddles and it would be naive to pretend that Wales is exempt from the attentions of the few who believe they are required to Islamise the world
He also argues that the current drive to Islamise southern Sudan has produced more Christian converts in the last decade than the entire colonial missionary enterprise did during the first half of the 20th century.
Chapter one of her book is entitled "Le chamanisme islamise." Shamanism is understood as the original religion of the Turks of Central Asia, which in Anatolia became funneled into the heterodox sects that developed in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and eventually settled around the figure of Haji Bektash, an otherwise obscure dervish who had some connection with the Babai revolt in 1240 and settled near the present-day town of Hacibektas.
The group said the composition could allow views that plans were afoot to Islamise the country to gain popularity in some quarters, calling on the president and the APC leadership to shelve the idea of imposing a leadership that has 'a tendency to add salt to injury and confirm the suspicion of the domination by a particular religion.'