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Islamic Sharia Law Libya

October 23, 2011 by staff 

Islamic Sharia LawIslamic Sharia Law, Transitional leader of Libya has declared that the liberation of the country, three days after the death of his four-decade leader, Muammar Gaddafi.

Mustafa Abdul-Jalil also told thousands of supporters in an act that Islamic law would be the “primary source” of legislation in the country and the laws that contradict the teachings of Islam would be canceled. “This revolution was seen by God for victory,” he told the crowd.

In a speech that set a tone Islamist post-Gaddafi of Libya, who said that the new banks were created to follow the Islamic banking system, which prohibits the charging of interest.

Mr. Abdul-Jalil urged Libyans to show “patience, honesty and tolerance” and avoid hatred as they embark on rebuilding the country at the end of a civil war 8 months.

In a gesture that showed his own piety, urged Libyans, not to express their joy by firing in the air, but rather to chant “Allahu Akbar” or God is great. Then stepped aside and knelt down to offer a brief prayer of thanks.

“This revolution was seen by God for victory,” he told the crowd at the ceremony of declaration in the eastern city of Benghazi, the cradle of the uprising against Gaddafi began.

He thanked those who died in the struggle against the forces of Gaddafi. “This revolution began peacefully to demand the minimum of legal rights, but found excessive violence.”

Mr. Abdul-Jalil said the new bank was created to follow the Islamic banking system, which prohibits the charging of interest. For now, it was said that the interest would be canceled effective and personal loans taken out less than 10,000 dinars (about £ 4,700).

He also announced that all military personnel and civilians who participated in the fight against Gaddafi would be promoted to the rank above their existing one. He said a benefits package that was later announced to all combatants.

“Thanks, thanks to the fighters who were victorious, both civilian and military,” he said. He also paid tribute to the Gulf Cooperation Council, an alliance of six countries led by Saudi Arabia, the Arab League and the European Union. NATO, which helped the anti-Gaddafi fighters with air strikes, carried out his task with “efficiency and professionalism.”

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