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Should Islamist political parties be banned?

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Many countries have a ban on religious parties of all kinds. In the Middle East, and elsewhere, religious political parties are sometimes legal. While some have moved to ban these religious political parties, others have tolerated them. In a modern secular nation, are religious political parties acceptable? More specifically, are Islamist political parties, which call for the supremacy of Islamic law over the functions of the state tolerable? In some ways, this is a question of the separation of church and state. Should political parties, which could attain real power and which might use it to implement sharia law and undermine the separation between church and state, be allowed a place on election ballots.

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