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08-12-2015, 08:36 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:31 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(08-12-2015 08:26 AM)morondog Wrote:  Don't be a chop Dodgy If it was a legal trial it's fine - barbarous but if that's how they do it over there then there's no legal problem, if you allege that she was innocent then back up your bullshit.

That's a very large if, Dog. Consider

... Well I ain't about to go googling SA beheadings, but Tommy said it was a legal trial. I don't think beheading is a great thing for any country to do - but if that's the way they carry out their death penalty and she was legally convicted... that's *justice*. *Right*, as in the good and true thing, might not have been done, but justice is all we have usually.

If she was wrongfully convicted - as KUSA claimed - then it's obviously a traversty but *either* way, it's a legal fuck up and not linked to religion other than by KUSA's crazed rambling.

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08-12-2015, 08:38 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 07:02 AM)KUSA Wrote:  These people are savages.

Yes, truly the actions of an oligarchic police state are the best and only way to judge all sorts of other people who aren't even connected to it in any way.

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08-12-2015, 08:47 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:36 AM)morondog Wrote:  
(08-12-2015 08:31 AM)Chas Wrote:  That's a very large if, Dog. Consider

... Well I ain't about to go googling SA beheadings, but Tommy said it was a legal trial.

When did you start accepting as true what that deluded apologist has to say? Consider

Quote:I don't think beheading is a great thing for any country to do - but if that's the way they carry out their death penalty and she was legally convicted... that's *justice*. *Right*, as in the good and true thing, might not have been done, but justice is all we have usually.

If she was wrongfully convicted - as KUSA claimed - then it's obviously a traversty but *either* way, it's a legal fuck up and not linked to religion other than by KUSA's crazed rambling.

Sharia law is not connected to religion? Do tell. Dodgy

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08-12-2015, 08:51 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:29 AM)izel Wrote:  
(08-12-2015 07:02 AM)KUSA Wrote:  These people are savages. Don't look at it if you are squeamish.

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08-12-2015, 08:58 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:47 AM)Chas Wrote:  When did you start accepting as true what that deluded apologist has to say? Consider
KUSA didn't dispute it. I know I'm getting my info third hand but I'm fucked if I'm googling something as fucked up as this.

Quote:Sharia law is not connected to religion? Do tell. Dodgy
Ol' KUSA wants to say something like "Some Muslims kill lady convicted in trial -> All Muslims bad."

If Sharia wasn't the basis for their legal system, sure, the penalty might have been different, but how different is it *really* to the electric chair, and can you say that the US legal system is fair and always correctly convicts someone?

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08-12-2015, 08:59 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:26 AM)morondog Wrote:  
(08-12-2015 08:01 AM)KUSA Wrote:  It's amazing how so many people take up for muslim barbarism.

Don't be a chop Dodgy If it was a legal trial it's fine - barbarous but if that's how they do it over there then there's no legal problem, if you allege that she was innocent then back up your bullshit.

True that, but , as a foreigner and a women you can be almost certain that she didn`t get the fair trial ( what is considered to be a fair trial by western standards, to be more precise ) in Saudi Arabia.

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08-12-2015, 09:01 AM
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Incidentally the legal Sharia system does seem to be fucken totally broken Dodgy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharia

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08-12-2015, 09:03 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:58 AM)morondog Wrote:  If Sharia wasn't the basis for their legal system, sure, the penalty might have been different, but how different is it *really* to the electric chair, and can you say that the US legal system is fair and always correctly convicts someone?

American executions aren't public, for all that there's still plenty to find barbaric about a lot of the whole process.

No, public executions are the tool of repressive state terror - which is why Saudi Arabia keeps the company of places like North Korea and Equatorial Guinea in embracing them.

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08-12-2015, 09:04 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 09:03 AM)cjlr Wrote:  No, public executions are the tool of repressive state terror - which is why Saudi Arabia keeps the company of places like North Korea and Equatorial Guinea in embracing them.

Good point.

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08-12-2015, 09:42 AM
RE: A day in the life of a muslim
(08-12-2015 08:58 AM)morondog Wrote:  
(08-12-2015 08:47 AM)Chas Wrote:  When did you start accepting as true what that deluded apologist has to say? Consider
KUSA didn't dispute it. I know I'm getting my info third hand but I'm fucked if I'm googling something as fucked up as this.

Quote:Sharia law is not connected to religion? Do tell. Dodgy
Ol' KUSA wants to say something like "Some Muslims kill lady convicted in trial -> All Muslims bad."

If Sharia wasn't the basis for their legal system, sure, the penalty might have been different, but how different is it *really* to the electric chair, and can you say that the US legal system is fair and always correctly convicts someone?

It is not just the penalties in Sharia law, but how the investigation and trial are conducted. It is utterly stacked against women.

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