Sort of like in Egypt's latest version of the draft constitution:
Rached al-Ghannouchi, whose Ennahda party governs with two junior leftist partners, said secular groups should join forces with Islamists to manage the first phase after autocratic rulers were removed.
But in the end, Islam will be the “reference point.”
“The Arab world is going through a transition phase which needs coalitions to govern, which brings together Islamist and secular trends,” Ghannouchi said in an interview during a trip to London where he spoke at Chatham House.
“These coalitions will lead to eventual rapprochement between the Islamists and the secularists.”
However, he added Islamists would have the upper hand.
“There’s a true way that Islam represents the common ground for everyone … Eventually Islam becomes a reference point for everyone,” he said.
Islam is the religion of the state and Arabic its official language. Principles of Islamic Sharia are the principal source of legislation.I have yet to figure out why a Jewish state is inherently racist but any state that defines itself as Islamic or Arab, isn't.