Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that they have seen people with …

Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that they have seen people with …

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – sharia unveiled

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – sharia unveiled

Saudi Arabia -- Rape victim’s lashes INCREASED – because her lawyer publicized her barbaric sentence. A 19-year-old gang-rape victim was sentenced to 90 lashes. The resultant publicity so enraged the Saudi judiciary it has INCREASED the sentence imposed on the young woman to 200 lashes, plus 6 months in jail.

Saudi Arabia -- Rape victim’s lashes INCREASED – because her lawyer publicized her barbaric sentence. A 19-year-old gang-rape victim was sentenced to 90 lashes. The resultant publicity so enraged the Saudi judiciary it has INCREASED the sentence imposed on the young woman to 200 lashes, plus 6 months in jail.

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia | sharia unveiled

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia | sharia unveiled

How the legal punishments handed out in Saudi Arabia compare to those of Isis | Following the lashing of blogger Raif Badawi and footage of public execution of a woman by beheading, Saudi's use of sharia law & capital punishment have come under international scrutiny. ..This week, Middle East Eye compared a set of legal punishments recently announced by Islamic State with corresponding punishments in Saudi ArabiaTHE MIDDLE EAST REPRESENTED AS BEING BRUTAL AND UN-HUMANITARIAN.

How Saudi Arabia's deplorable legal punishments compare to those of Isis

How the legal punishments handed out in Saudi Arabia compare to those of Isis | Following the lashing of blogger Raif Badawi and footage of public execution of a woman by beheading, Saudi's use of sharia law & capital punishment have come under international scrutiny. ..This week, Middle East Eye compared a set of legal punishments recently announced by Islamic State with corresponding punishments in Saudi ArabiaTHE MIDDLE EAST REPRESENTED AS BEING BRUTAL AND UN-HUMANITARIAN.

it does not negate the fact that women are punished with lashes and acid for refusing to abide by the law where veiling is enforced. Sudan’s morality police routinely harass women for unveiling, while in northern Nigeria, the charge of indecent dressing can be levied on any woman found not to be complying - not to mention the aggressive policing of the veil in Iran, Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia. The comparison to bikinis and mini skirts as equivalents to the veil do not hold, because no…

Has It Become Racist to Condemn FGM?

it does not negate the fact that women are punished with lashes and acid for refusing to abide by the law where veiling is enforced. Sudan’s morality police routinely harass women for unveiling, while in northern Nigeria, the charge of indecent dressing can be levied on any woman found not to be complying - not to mention the aggressive policing of the veil in Iran, Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia. The comparison to bikinis and mini skirts as equivalents to the veil do not hold, because no…

saudi arabia punishment cut head ( very cruel )

saudi arabia punishment cut head ( very cruel )

Amnesty International activists protest with a placard reading 'No flogging for blogging' against the flogging punishment of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi on January 29, 2015 in front of Saudi Arabia's embassy to Germany in Berlin. The 30-year-old Saudi has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam and is serving a 10-year jail term - a case which has drawn widespread international criticism.

Amnesty International activists protest with a placard reading 'No flogging for blogging' against the flogging punishment of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi on January 29, 2015 in front of Saudi Arabia's embassy to Germany in Berlin. The 30-year-old Saudi has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam and is serving a 10-year jail term - a case which has drawn widespread international criticism.

From flogging to eye-gouging, IBTimes UK looks at some of the cruelest punishments in Saudi Arabia. Around 100 people are beheaded in Saudi Arabia every year, with the country beheading nearly twice as many people as Isis so far in 2015.

From flogging to eye-gouging, IBTimes UK looks at some of the cruelest punishments in Saudi Arabia. Around 100 people are beheaded in Saudi Arabia every year, with the country beheading nearly twice as many people as Isis so far in 2015.

Sweden stood up for human rights in Saudi Arabia. This is how Saudi Arabia is punishing Sweden. - The Washington Post

Sweden stood up for human rights in Saudi Arabia. This is how Saudi Arabia is punishing Sweden.

Sweden stood up for human rights in Saudi Arabia. This is how Saudi Arabia is punishing Sweden. - The Washington Post

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