Description: Well, that is my strongest poetic attack on the Islamic theocracy. For those who do not know what "Sharia" is, it is the laws of the Islamic theocracy. The first stanza is about a demonstration made by secular Muslims in the Anitkabir (Ataturk mausoleum), Ankara, Turkey.
Down with Sharia -------------------------------------------
From the -great- freedom area
We all shout "Down with Sharia"
Ten thousands are here to fulfill
Not God's, but the human's tough will
Sharia is hysteria
Makes any place a slum area
It is dirt, from a dirty rill
Mawkish laws, turn life into hell
Men; out to battle area
We will fight dirty Sharia
We will never develop till
Sharia is back to the hell
I do not believe in Attacking religious freedom But I do believe Every religion just like every race has its good and bad It is sad when a religion becomes tired to some of its followers and they develop there own sector of that religion and then try to force others to believe their views are those of that religion That is how most religions receive a bad name I say again Please remember There is good and bad in everyone We must all as Gods Children realize We first must learn acceptance to achieve World Peace!!! God Bless Ron
Please if you get a chance Please take a look at some of my writes and let me know what you think Thank You Ron
Firstly, I thank you for the comment and favourite's addition of 'Like a River', and your suggestion was reasonable, and I'll take it into consideration, but if it crossed your mind that that will make me hesitate in deriding this poem, then you are far from correct.
Whether you invited me here out of sarcasm, boredom, or your lack of commentators I am not sure, but I am not willing to open a useless conversation with someone who will gain nothing from my words. You are aware of my stance when it comes to religion, whether it be Islam or any other, and if you have forgotten you may be reminded via my poem 'Freedom of Belief'.
"Ten thousands are here to fulfill Not God's, but the human's tough will" It only pains me that these words come from one who supposes he is a believer of God. Everyone is free in this life, and as the Quran (which you say you have faith in) puts it "La Ikrah fid'deen", and when the day of judgement (if you believe in that) comes, may God judge in all His wisdom both our deeds fairly.
p.s. I hope you get accepted wherever you wish to complete your future. 86.6% is very good, congratulations.