Hodjanernes Blog

14 juli 2010

Æres-friture?

Filed under: Imamer, Indvandring, Islam, Shariah, Sverige, Tortur — Skjoldungen @ 21:32

En ‘mand’ ovre i Högsby i Absurdistan har udviklet en ny konfliktløsningsmodel.

Normalt forløber muslimske familieskærmydsler efter manualen, d.v.s. at hvor der skal foretages henrettelser anvendes et antal knivstik hvorefter halsen skæres helt eller delvist over. I de senere år har man dog tilegnet sig vestlig teknologi og indskrænker sig undertiden til blot at skyde kvinden – det er altid kvinder – til døde. Men antagelig er sidstnævnte metode for skånsom for ‘vor tids jøder’ thi deres foregangsmænd har åbenbart tændt for begge synapser, lagt de sympatiske hoveder i blød og tænkt længe og grundigt over tingene. De er så kommet frem til en epokegørende, islamisk nyskabelse: friturestegning efterfulgt af slag med stumpe genstande og afsluttet med den traditionelle strubesnitning. Og så siger man at muslimer ikke kan forny sig! – Se selv HER.

Islamisk tålmodighed

Filed under: Imamer, Islam, Koran, Shariah, Tortur, Uran — Skjoldungen @ 21:03

Når man er 14 er man gammel nok til at blive voldtaget, men først når man er 18 kan man blive stenet.

The Australian — “SHE was only 14 when she was forced into marriage with an older man.  Yet within a year of her wedding, Azar Bagheri was charged with adultery and sentenced to be stoned to death.

The sentence could not be carried out until she was 18. So for the past four years, Ms Bagheri has been languishing on death row while the courts waited for her to reach maturity so she could be put to death. According to Iranian human rights activist Mina Ahadi, Ms Bagheri was denounced by her husband, who accused her of committing adultery with two men. Ms Ahadi said the teenager had been subjected to two mock stonings. On each occasion she was taken out of her cell and buried up to her shoulders in the yard of Tabriz prison, in northwest Iran, as if being prepared to be pelted to death with stones.

Under Iran’s penal code, adultery is the only crime punishable by stoning as an offence “against divine law”. The death sentence may also be imposed for murder, rape, armed robbery and drug trafficking, but offenders are usually hanged.

Stoning is intended to cause a slow and painful death. Iran’s penal code states: “The size of the stone . . . shall not be too large to kill the convict by one or two throws, and shall not be too small to be called a stone.”