Scholar of Islamic Law Abdullahi An-Na'im: "We need a secular state"

"If a state claims to be Islamic and imposes a particular view of Islam, it is denying my freedom to disagree. And that is why we need a secular state," says Abdullahi An-Na'im, a leading scholar of law and Islamic jurisprudence.

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