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Ahmed Abul Gheit, til vinstri, rćđir viđ utanríksráđherra... Hvenćr ćtlar Arababandalagiđ ađ fara fram á alţjóđlega rannsókn á meintum glćpum flughers Saudi-Arabíu međ loftárásum á saklausa, fátćka alţýđu Jemens? Vilji Arababandalagiđ gera sig gjaldgengt sem álitsgjafa, ef ekki dómbćrt á siđferđi stjórnvalda, gćti ţađ byrjađ á ţessu grundvallaratriđi.

Svo mćtti sama bandalag gera ţá afstöđu kýrskýra, ađ héđan í frá verđi kristnum heimilt ađ reisa kirkjur í öllum arabalöndum, en kveđa annars upp úr um ţađ álit sitt, ađ međan Saudi-Arabía bannar slíkt og gerir ţađ refsivert ađ eiga Biblíu og jafnvel dauđasök ađ falla frá islamstrú til kristni, ţá ćtti sama Saudi-Arabía ađ hćtta ađ styđja múslimskt trúbođ á Vesturlöndum og hlađa undir moskur ţar.

JVJ.


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1 Smámynd: Jón Valur Jensson

Capital punishment is a legal penalty in Saudi Arabia. The country performed at least 130 executions in 2017[1], 154 in 2016,[2] and 158 in 2015.[3]

[...]

Saudi Arabia has a criminal justice system based on a hardline and literal form of Shari'ah law reflecting a particular state-sanctioned interpretation of Islam.

It is usually carried out publicly by beheading with a sword. A recent report by the European Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR) shows that the number of beheadings in the kingdom during the first quarter of 2018 rose by over 70 percent compared to the same period last year.[5] Occasionally they can be performed by shooting.

[...]

Saudi law theoretically allows the death penalty for many crimes:

    • Burglary if aggravated circumstances, including recidivism[13]

    • Adultery (Unmarried adulterers can be sentenced to 100 lashes, married ones can be sentenced to stoning.)[14]

    • Sodomyhomosexuality, or lesbianism (If a man or woman is sodomized by their own consent, then they will also be sentenced to death along with the sodomizer.)

    Other offences

    Sharia background

    The Saudi judiciary can impose the death penalty according to three categories of criminal offence in Sharia law:[21]

      • Hudud: Fixed Quranic punishments for specific crimes.[21] Hudud crimes which can result in the death penalty include apostasy [fráfall frá islamstrú], adultery, and sodomy.[22]

      [...]

      Heimild: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Saudi_Arabia

      Jón Valur Jensson, 18.5.2018 kl. 02:31

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