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Like all methods of legal discourse, it must evolve and adapt to the age in which we live.
People often point to “sharia law” as being another “main source” of deducing the illegality of homosexual conduct.
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The Wikipedia page for sharia makes it sound like an ancient and singular set of codified laws that were eventually supplanted by newer (read: better) European models.
But sharia is not a legal system; it is a methodology of legislation used in many systems of civil law across the world.
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According to the Arab Social Media Report: “Arab Social Media Outlook 2014”, there are over 71 million people in the Arab region utilizes social media.
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In the UAE, Dubai and Abu Dhabi record the most number of Facebook users.
This region has become the focus of attention because of incidents that involve abusive behavior of users in the region.
In another study: “Arab World Online 2014”, 91.28 % of Arabs use Facebook, the most popular social network, followed by Google , You Tube, and Twitter.