90% Of The Quran Is Not About “Shariah Law”

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Joe Bradford

In a recent CNN interview on Nov 18th, 2016 Kayleigh McEnany, Trump surrogate and political commentator, quoted Andrew Mccarthy (a National Review columnist) as an “Academic” source for her statement “…that 90% of the Quran is a legal document and is Shariah…”

1st: Andy McCarthy is former prosecutor and has no academic study of Islam under his belt.

2nd: The numbers dont lie. Look at these two slides from a recent lecture I gave on Case studies in Islamic law. Out of the 6236 verses of the Quran, less than 9% are about law or legal issues.

When analysing a typical work of Islamic “law”, we can see that 65% of it is not even “law,” instead it is personal custom and devotion.

If we took the 35% of Islamic legal compendiums dealing with contracts, family law, and state power as a derived from the Quran, that would be only 2.45% of the Quran.

Only 5% of those works deals with issues of state power, which if one claimed was being drawn from the Quran directly would account for only 0.35% of the verses of the Quran.

So no, 90% of the Quran is not about law.

Dont fall for the propaganda.

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Source: Joe Bradford

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3 Responses »

  1. The present Sharia prepared by Mullahs is copy of Bible not from Quran.
    Quran is from God almighty not any human being and it has three parts. 1) Symbolic stories. 2) Actual stories of previous Prophets and their nation. 3) Commandments to be followed by all mankind.

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