Shariah

A story of what life is like living under Shariah Law. It can be very harsh if one doesn't obey
the rules. And I should know better than anyone I suffered the consequences under it.
Shariah courts are already operating in the UK, on a bigger scale that one can imagine.
Its coming to your doorstep and there is nothing that can stop it. More

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About R.C. Bradbury

Born in the United Kingdom R.C.Bradbury is now a full time author.

His published books are as follows. SHARIA 1st Edition / SHARIAH 2nd Edition. A story about living under the umbrella
of Sharia law and crime and corruption.
NGO Non Governmental Organisations / read about how these organisations operate and how they spend the funds
they receive.
Avery Marks / A story about a young lady, a billionaire, who is looking for love.
Me and Gunga Din / a story about school bullying.
Poetry from the 27 Club. Poetry about the lives of seven musicians who all died at 27 years old.

About the Series: Shariah
A fascinating read about what life would be like living under Shariah Law, the Islamic code of law.

Bradbury has seen it first hand and suffered at the consequences of it. He tells you what to expect should you be tried under Shariah law in an Islamic court for an offence committed. He tells you about the lengthy prison sentence and torture that one may endure for what the western civilization would deem a small offence.

The world is changing rapidly. There are presently according to statistics thirty Shariah courts operating in the United Kingdom, alone.

One only has to look at the statistics showing the rise of Islam throughout the world today to see it is only a matter of time before Shariah law is enforced on us all. There is no stopping it.

But don’t be afraid. Many people are happy and content with it. They feel it is justified and has its good points – they believe it cleanses the soul.

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