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British bishop: questions remain on Sharia
by Toby Cohen
Sharia law has been applied to British citizens in arbitration tribunals around the country since August 2007, but crucial questions need to be asked, says the Bishop of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali.
The Muslim Arbitration Tribunal has take advantage of Section 1 of the Arbitration Act 1996 which allows individuals to nominate any third party to settle their argument. It says: "The parties should be free to agree how their disputes are resolved, subject only to such safeguards as are necessary in the public interest".
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