A tremendous amount of social control is often exercised in Muslim communities to ensure Sharia compliance. Ostracism and brutalization and worse all too often await those Muslims who don’t go to mosque or abide by Sharia norms. This is a key reason why we don’t see larger numbers of Muslims backing up their pro-forma condemnations of jihad violence with genuine action against jihad terror: those who stand up against the dominant views are risking losing their families, their communities, and even their lives.
“Tunisian discriminated against by fellow Muslims,” a translation of “Tunesische gediscrimineerd door mede-moslims,” by Istvan Kovi, AD.nl, June 3, 2016 (thanks to Susan):
Laabidi believes that her children have been for some time a target of discrimination from other Muslims in their primary school in Amersfoort. A liberal Muslim woman, she was scolded recently at the school and even attacked. “She called to me and ran her nails across my face.” Radia defended himself fiercely. The brawl, in the sight of many children and parents, was ended by single fathers. Several parents witnessed and confirmed Radia’s account of events….
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Monday, June 6, 2016
From Jihad Watch: