One of the nation's top Muslim leaders, Sheik Mohamadu Nawas Saleem, has supported a plan to introduce sharia law in Australia, saying it could operate in the family law system through a new model of Islamic arbitration.
A father accused of the "honour killings" of four family members - including his three teenage daughters - was recorded on police wiretaps saying he was "happy" they were dead and that he would "do the same again" . . .
There's Islamic leadership tension in Britain - with hardline Muslims trying to enforce Sharia law in London. From abstention to amputation, RT's Laura Emmett's been hearing how they want to instill their tough code on the capital.