Law of the land

They demand that justice be allowed to take its course, knowing full well that the law of the land does not consider crimes what Islamic morality deems a sin. And when the law inevitably vindicates the accused for having done nothing wrong in the eyes of the law, they will rejoice, chanting, “We told you so, we told you so!” Isn’t it strange how selectively we champion our morality? How quickly we will vindicate some transgressors, while utterly condemning others? Isn’t it strange that we suddenly become moral relativists as soon as one of our own stands accused? Thank goodness that according to the law of the land, our beloved’s sins are wiped clean.

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