Further down you seem to be saying that shariah law can't be applied yet because there are other issues to sort out first but you seem to suggest that it could eventually apply, although not for non Muslims. Is that what you believe?
Yes , that's close . I'm also not a person capable of talking about details like , how or when will it be applied , whether it will be totally applied or it will be one of several sources of legislation .
Don't worry, I'm not bothered about the details of when it would be applied just the principle.
So, what if your son declares that he doesn't believe in Islam any more and no longer regards himself as a Muslim. Will he have the same exemption from sharia law that non Muslim foreigners residing in the country will have?
If you answer that he doesn't and shariah law still applies then what about a friend who declared himself no longer a Muslim? What about foreigners who used to be Muslim but no longer consider themselves to be so?
I mean any case where the woman doesn't want to have sex and the man coerces her possibly through physical or emotional threats.
No coercing in a relationship based on love , personally if my wife doesn't want to continue life with me , I will simply let her go . How may I live with someone who hates me or doesn't want me .
I asked because, given some of your previous answers, I wondered whether you thought a woman should be subservient to a man in marriage particularly with regards to sex.
If she doesn't want to have sex with me , then she is divorced , just like that . And I disrespect any man who would do something different !
Have you considered that she might love you but just not feel like it at the same time that you do? I wasn't talking about a wife who never wanted to have sex with her husband but see Kayla's question below.