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  • ross1948 13:40 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , flogging ban, , Khalwat, , ,   

    Flogging Ban? For Real Evil-Doers, Bring It Back! 


    We read that Saudi Arabia is to end the practice of flogging.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-52411453

    So what?

    ‘Rights’ ranters may be over the moon, but…

    …most Western people surely have no quarrel with flogging as a form of punishment and would probably vote for its restoration…

    …but not for nonsense ‘offences’ like ‘blasphemy!’

    In the absence of capital punishment, it would be welcome news if corporal punishment…

    …were applied daily to a number of swamp-creatures we’ve mentioned in recent years!

    Like these!

    Terrorist Scum – Why Such Soft Sentencing In UK Court? 

    Ummar Mirza and Madihah Taheer.

    Ummar Mirza, aged 21 and its wife, Madihah Taheer, aged 22, sentenced at Woolwich crown court to 16 years and 10 years respectively

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    Regular and energetic hour-long floggings applied every day to every one of the above scumbags would be widely applauded in the UK, for example!

    The only reason flogging has got a bad name is its use on inoffensive  humble folk in backward places like Saudi and Indonesia’s awful Aceh Province.

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    …for ‘offences’ like having a bite to eat during Ramadhan, or playing cards for small change, or  – most pig-ignorant of all, in my opinion – ‘khalwat’ –

    It is a crime for a man and a woman who are not married to be in a secluded place together in Aceh. This is called khalwat and it is punishable by up to nine lashes, a fine of 150 grams of gold or 15 months’ imprisonment.

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2018/03/04/qa-what-you-need-to-know-about-acehs-sharia-law.html

     

     
    • Keith Milner 14:40 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Too right, mate!
      Those grooming gang b-stards should suffer real pain every day of their miserable lives!

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    • Mack the Knife 14:56 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      They will never let us vote on anything like that.
      After Brexit, the elites know how much we hate them.
      They dont trust the people!
      You are right, though, if we got to vote on flogging or on hanging, we would win,

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    • JazPen 15:10 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Will Aceh drag itself out of the 12th century?
      The shariah gang that runs Aceh likes to call it the Verandah of Mecca but now after the news from Saudi Arabia, will the verandah catch up with the main building?
      Personally, I doubt it Aceh’s fanatics enjoy the nightmare society they have created.
      That khalwat thing is an ugly blot on Indonesia’s reputation.
      It stinks!
      I mean the Aceh khalwat rule stinks, not Indonesia’s reputation, but if Indonesia doesnt clean up Aceh, the intolerance there will reflect badly on the whole country.

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    • Amanda A 17:54 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Flogging is too good for pedos and jihadists.
      Good old-fashioned torture would be much better.

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    • Petra Malley 18:18 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The fact that the Saudi Arabian rulers have decided to drop flogging from their penal code, if true, makes no difference at all to the injustice of their legal system unless they also drop sharia as its basis.

      It is a sexist system of ‘law’ and there has been no suggestion of changing that.

      Polygamy has not been banned and while I do not know the Saudi laws on inheritance, I wonder if it includes the unfair sharia ‘principle’ that daughters inherit less than sons.

      When a girl can walk unmolested (by sharia ‘police’) down the streets of Riyadh in a miniskirt, I will be delighted to say Saudi Arabia is a free country.

      As to flogging as a punishment, I see nothing wrong with that as one of a range of punishments that can and should be imposed for the people you list above, though I think you should add a few more.

      Britain and other Western countries have many home-grown Anglo-Saxon monsters who deserve to be whipped as ferociously as the examples you give.

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    • Vicki 22:09 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Let the parents of victims nominate the strongest family member to do the flogging.

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  • ross1948 21:23 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , ikhtilat, , Khalwat, , , , , ,   

    Aceh’s Shariah Savagery Shames Indonesia, Again! 


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    Anyone who cares about Indonesia’s reputation will have shuddered anew at the news from the barbarous province infamous for its shariah iniquities.

    • The Sharia Hell of Aceh!

      The Sharia Hell of Aceh!

    • Seven men and six women were publicly caned in the front yard of the Al Ikhlas Mosque…

    • …Banda Aceh deputy mayor Zainal Arifin and hundreds of residents witnessed the public punishment...

    • …the convicts were guilty of inappropriate acts, including khalwat (affectionate contact by an unmarried couple) and ikhtilat (intimacy or mixing) in violation of Islamic bylaws.

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/10/17/13-people-caned-for-indecency-in-aceh.html

    Which is to say, none of these gals was probably even kissing a guy.

    According to Malaysia’s Islamic Shariah laws, unmarried Muslims who meet in private can be charged with “khalwat,” or “close proximity,” which carries fines and prison sentences of several months. Campaign against Cupid targets Malaysia’s Muslims

    That’s in Malaysia, but the fanatics there are little different from their fellow-fanatics in Aceh.

    Maybe those poor kids weren’t even holding hands, just sitting with a boy-friend, or just a boy who happens to be a friend, all by themselves on a park bench.

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    Religious police have traditionally enforced a rigid separation of the sexes in public places, arresting those that commit the crime of ikhtilat, or “mixing.” Second-Class Citizens

    That’s talking about Arabs, but Aceh is in many respects more Arabian than Indonesian.

    Yet let’s be fair to the savages. They are not without some tiny tincture of humanity. 

    The caning of a 14th convict was delayed due to her pregnancy and is set to be carried out after she has given birth.

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    Deputy mayor Zainal asserted that the punishment was meant to teach people a lesson so that they would not violate Islamic law.

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    May God forgive these cruel creeps, because no civilised mortal should.

    I grow weary sometimes of recording the antics of the primitive authorities up there on what they delight in calling the Verandah of Mecca.

    But I feel obliged to do so.

    Decent Indonesians, I know, share my revulsion, not at the punishments, because a good sound thrashing would be work well done on various thug-gangs all over the archipelago, like the IslamoNazi hoodlums in my fave photo…

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    .., but at the absurd ‘offences’ the fanatics use to provide slobbering bigot audiences with the Acehnese equivalent of the ‘circus’ element of the ‘bread and circuses’ policy operated by dissolute Roman emperors two thousand years ago.

    And the ‘bread?’  

    Well, the quite numerous gross pigs in Aceh convicted of corruption seem never to get whipped. Such welcome scenes could be televised and would probably break all records in terms of nationwide viewing figures.

    And the cheers would be deafening!

     
    • JazPen 22:27 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      It is sickening, what they do to poor people who have done nothing wrong.
      I like Indonesia and have many friends here who are embarassed by these public whippings of women by masked men outside the mosque.
      I wish President Jokowi would step in and stop it.

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