You shouldn't believe on what terrorists preach about Sharia!
Mohamed Arafa is a law professor in Egypt, USA, and Brasil teaching Islamic law, human rights and transitional justice. In the video, he talks about the interpretation of Islamic law according to various schools of thoughts. He says that some Muslim Countries are failing in achieving the accurate goals of this law. That some States often provide a bad image of Sharia based on their own practices and traditions. Also, how the Islamic law affords and provides human rights, especially for women, religious minorities, etc. He explains that the moderate interpretation of article 2 of Egyptian Constitution by the Supreme Court should represent the liberal interpretation of the Islamic law all over the world.
About the human rights defender:
‘Arafa, is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at Alexandria University Faculty of Law (Egypt) and an Adjunct Professor teaching Islamic Law at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (U.S.A) and recently visiting professor at University of Brasilia law school. He earned his Bachelor of Laws from Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt, Master of Laws from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and Doctor of Juridical Science from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.