Bosnia’s chief mufti Mustafa Ceric — who in 2007 did the interfaith tango at a Birmingham synagogue as the guest of some stupid rabbi — last month repeated a call for incorporating Shariah law for Muslims into the Bosnian constitution. Several websites caught this last month, but didn’t catch Ceric saying the same thing in July while speaking at the Catholic Academy in Berlin. So in August, Ceric was actually repeating himself from July, meaning that the “moderate” Bosnian Muslim cleric is really insistent on this Shariah thing:

Bosnia: Muslim spiritual leader urges more Sharia law

Sarajevo, 17 August (AKI) – Bosnia’s Muslim spiritual leader, Reiss-ul-Ulema Mustafa Ceric, has drawn strong criticism from moderate Muslims and from Bosnian Serbs, after he called for Islamic Sharia law to be incorporated into the Bosnian constitution.

Ceric made the controversial suggestion when he conducted Bosnia’s first Sharia mass wedding on Saturday in the central city of Zenica. Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi reportedly paid for the weddings for the 20 couples and some 500 guests.

“In this exceptional place, in the exceptional city of Zenica, we are witnessing a magnificent event,” Ceric said. “I hope this is only the beginning and that we will have many such occasions in the years to come,” he added.

Ceric is no stranger to controversy, and his pronouncements often trigger a heated reaction.

In May, while visiting a Muslim community in Serbia’s Muslim-majority Sandzak region bordering Montenegro, Ceric said “no force could separate” Muslims in Serbia from those in Bosnia, which he has described as a homeland for Muslims. […]