I know. I thought about adding that to my post, but I intentionally simplified it. But that doesn't take away from the fact that such barbaric punishments, and violations of human rights, are still inclusive in the law.(Original post by Barça)
Don't know if you've actually read the laws, the amount of clauses and rules that apply to cutting a thieves hands are so many it rarely happens. All the grave punishments carry many rules and to activate a rule it takes many things to happen, such as four witness in some cases. Following the rules properly and those punishment rarely happen, however to change or remove a certain rule to fit your agend seems to be the general reason for why the Sharia law is abused or intrepreted wrongly.
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Christian Sudanese woman facing 40 lashes for wearing trousers watch
- 30-07-2009 20:45
- 30-07-2009 20:46
what a SHAME. this is not a representation of Islam either. you're allowed to wear trousers (as long as they arent skin tight)
Its a representation of crazzzzzyyy ass fundamentalists who are power f**** HUNGRY.
- 30-07-2009 22:28
Like someone else said, I'm not really surprised or horrified.
As long as people with such beliefs stay out of this country and leave me alone, they can do what they like. I'm tired of feeling angry and upset for people who choose to live/stay in places like Sudan.