I picked this up from a decidely conservative site, but it is still interesting. I'm going to have to say, I agree with conservatives on this one: Islamic law has no place in a secular society. Laws must be agreed upon in our culture, not dictated, and they are, theoretically, up for review and amendment at all times.
Florida Judge Orders Use of Islamic Law in Mosque Case http://www.newsmax.com/
Florida Judge Orders Use of Islamic Law in Mosque Case
Something that Muslims , and dogmatic people in general, don't get, is that in a constitutional state, Laws are malleable, and not so set in stone that questioning the laws themselves is heresy. You don't go to jail for questioning whether weed should be legal, which you WOULD if you lived in a dogmatically structured law system, like say, Saudi Arabia.