Well, I don't live in the Town of Leesburg, or Loudoun County; however, I'll state for the record that I don't care. There is no such thing as Shariah "law" in the United States. And it's become a bit of a pet peeve that the news faces keep saying that Shariah is "Islamic law", which is hogwash.
Islamic law is contained within the books of Leviticus, Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Most folks don't know that the Kor'an is basically a commentary on the Bible (Old and New testaments - it was written about three hundred years after the Canon was complete, and Mohammed had been a student of Christianity in Europe before he became disgusted and took "The Book" to "the other sons of Abraham"). The Kor'an incorporates the Bible by reference, and makes the law of the OT the law for Muslims.
Shariah, on the other hand, is Arab tribal custom. It is neither "law", nor "Islamic", except that within the kind of seminomadic patriarchal tribes of the region, most of the folks are "Muslim" (sort of the way most folks here are "Christian"), and whatever Big Daddy in the clan says, is "law". You try cutting off someone's hand here because they're guilty of theft, and the thief will not be charged with any crime, and the people who cut off the hand will go to jail for assault, battery, mayhem (the common law crime of severing any body part of another person) and/or malicious wounding, and conspiracy and/or attempt to commit all of the above.
I wonder what all those folks in England are so worked up about?