But the two concepts are not even on the same wavelength, since religion and state in Islam are intertwined.
It makes no difference in the end. Becoming a “citizen” of an Islamic state is an acknowledgment that you have willed yourself to be governed according to Islamic rules and procedures.
I’d argue that it’s a step up above how it’s done in the US and other modern countries, because if I chose not to be an “American,” (but still have the means to live in the US), then I wouldn’t get arrested and have to pay a hefty fine over smoking some ganja, now would I? No, I’d just be tried by the Rastafarian judicial system.
Exactly my point - secularity (for the lack of better word) of secular state and it's religion "secularity" are intertwined as well and yet we manage to give you the same rights as for the rest.
So, if you have this allowance for yourself it only stands to reason that you should accept secularity and stop demanding Sharia all over Europe.
do not know what's ganja (for the sake of argument I will assume that it is something illegal) - are you implying that Muslim is the only one who will get arrested for smoking ganja and if not, then we still have equal rights preserved.
And not you are lying.