But... but Sharia is completely in sync with Western freedoms!
She moved from "Palestine" to Saudi Arabia when she was 9. She underwent a forced marriage and was denied many of the freedoms Westerners take for granted such as having a drivers licence, a cell phone (I hear Muslim girls in New Zealand often face this one) or ID. There were almost daily honour killings reported in the news. She witnessed her first public beheading when she was 10. Polygamy and slavery are practised.
If the "version" of Sharia she experienced in Saudi Arabia is mistaken then the obvious question is "how could Saudi Arabia, the home of Muhammad, the Kaaba, the sacred Mosques - the home of Islam itself - currently home to many of the world's foremost Islamic scholars so graphically misunderstand something as fundamental as the religion's own rules for living?" If even they can so easily misunderstand Sharia how can anyone get it right? Yet if they are misunderstanding it how is it that Sharia is "misunderstood" in the same the world over regardless of culture, language, climate or the original nature of the indigenous population - be they an intrinsically warlike or peaceful people? From Pakistan to Nigeria to Indonesia all the Muslim leaders are misunderstanding it in the same way.
Isn't that odd?
This lady explains in the 12 minute clip her first hand experience of a woman's life under Sharia in a country we are told is a good faith partner in the fight against terror and extremism. We would be wise to take note & consider the implications of that.