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Category Archive: Stoning

Jun 07 2012

Intisar Sharif Abdallah is in danger of being stoned in Sudan!

I’ve been away for a few days and am trying to get through all my emails but thought I’d post this right away. It’s from Mina Ahadi about a stoning sentence in Sudan: Intisar who is under 18 and has three children of whom the youngest is five months old is now in Omdurmanprison in …

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Jan 08 2012

How very thoughtful! Stoning out of respect for Bible and Torah!

During a speech at the Catholic University of Ecuador, Islam ‘scholar’, Rahimpour Azghadi, says that stoning is not in the Koran.  [For the umpteenth time it's in the hadith, which is why there is stoning under Sharia law.] Nonetheless, he says, stoning is practiced out of – get this – respect for the Bible and …

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Nov 27 2011

Now can you understand why it’s important to focus on Islam?

Isabelle Wilczynska just sent me her artwork called ‘Stoning of unknown girl’ [See featured photo]. Lest we forget, people are still being sentenced to death by stoning in a handful of countries (all – surprise, surprise – under Sharia law).

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Sep 21 2010

UN stoning call

An open letter signed by 40 writers, academics and campaigners calling for the boycott of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his government at the United Nations General Assembly was published in the Guardian today, 21 September 2010.

Sep 11 2010

Stoning is not people’s culture – it’s the regime’s!

On the psychologist and the executioner On the 5 September BBC Sunday Morning Live debate on ‘whether it is right to condemn Iran for stoning, studio guest psychologist Aric Sigmund made some interesting (to say the least) contributions during the debate ‘is it right to condemn Iran for stoning.’ He said: ‘I have been to …

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Aug 28 2010

Thousands came out in over 100 cities

PR No. 55 August 28, 2010 August 28, 2010, registered as a historic day in the struggle against the barbarism of the Islamic Republic of Iran Today, August 28, thousands of citizens in 32 countries came out in response to the call by the International Committee Against Stoning, the International Committee Against Execution, Mission Free …

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