Talk:Iran typifies Islamic justice, says chief judicial official

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how about noting w:Saudi Arabia, whose legal system is based on Sharia[1]. similarly, there's also useful background in w:Sharia#Contemporary practice of Sharia law. –Doldrums(talk) 11:42, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

and here's something[2] he's said earlier that's less biolerplate and more substance. –Doldrums(talk)
You can expand the article. I wish I had more time to make the article more comprehensive.

Saudi ArabiaEdit

Let me address an issue regarding the comparison of Saudi Arabia with Iran now that it has been brought up.

Have you ever wonder why Saudi Arabians don't emigrate when most countries including the U.S. give their citizens visa? It is because Saudi Arabia is a welfare state[3][4]. Saudi Arabian citizenship is a prized thing. Ask the Pakistani, Egyptian, and other laborers in Saudi Arabia.--Blivit 13:52, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

What does the above have to do with the system of justice? I think, Doldrums wants you to mention that Saudi Arabia also considers itself to be a model of Islamic justice. --SVTCobra 14:08, 30 May 2007 (UTC)
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