Militant Islam today brought itself up to date with modern technology by the issuance of Fatwas online.
In a controversial move,sure to be to the chagrin of the more militant members of the militant group,Ahmed Amidinijan defended the proposals."We cannot have a situation whereby our militancy and dedication to Islam is left behind,"he said.
Critics of the proposals insisted that not all infidels have internet connection and that the Government must to do more to expand the previous administrations´ goal of bringing broadband to a wider public to make Fatwas easier to receive online.
In a pilot scheme run in the North east of England last month,online Fatwas proved very popular amongst members of the Islamic community.One objector was Salman Rushdie who denied that upon hearing of this new system that he had increased his spam filter on his e-mail.
A decision will be made next year on whether to continue to issue them in this way.