More on the barbaric act of stoning women
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Stoning is called Rajm (Arabic: رجم) in Islamic literature, and is a practice found in the United Arab Emirates, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Northern Nigeria, Aceh in Indonesia, Brunei, and parts of Pakistan.
In some countries, such as Afghanistan and Iraq, stoning has been declared illegal by the government, but is practiced extrajudicially
The methods for carrying out stoning vary through history and across different cultures.
For example, the 2008 version of the Islamic Penal Code of Iran detailed how stoning punishments are to be carried out for adultery, and even hints in some contexts that the punishment may allow for its victims to avoid death:
Article 102 – An adulterous man shall be buried in a ditch up to near his waist and an…
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