By the way, personally I'm glad that the McGuinty decided to nix the introduction of Muslim-based "arbitration" into the legal system of good ole Ontari-ari-o. And to level the playing field with all them other religions too. Why?
I remember the days when ecclesiastical law and civil law were identical. (I don't really remember them. Only in the historical sense.) Western society struggled for hundreds of years to throw off the inquisitorial shackles of ecclesiastical law. Would we really want to go back there?