Dr. Tawfik Hamid is the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' Chair for the Study of Islamic Radicalism.  In a thought-provoking piece for the Washington Examiner, he argues that accommodation of individuals' rights to practice their faith within a democratic society cannot be without limits. Hamid writes that this is especially challenging when dealing with Shariah law, and observes that we must "...distinguish between religious values, such as fasting, that predominantly affect the person who practices them, and those religious values that have a negative effect on others."  Click here to read the full article.