Afghan supreme leader orders full implementation of sharia (Islamic Law), which includes public executions for adultery, apostasy and homosexuality, stoning, flogging (including for female victims of rape), and the amputation of limbs
Afghan police broke up a news conference on 3 November 2022 in Kabul, Afghanistan that was called to launch a new women’s movement called “Afghan Women’s Movement for Equality” and arrested a female activist, Zarifa Yaqobi, and four male colleagues
Taliban official whips young women students outside Badakhshan University in northeastern Afghanistan because their hijabs were deemed insufficient covering under Islamic Law—Taliban demand full burka or at minimum a niqab to cover female faces
Five young men “with non-Western asylum-related immigrant backgrounds” (four Syrians, one ‘stateless’) were arrested by Swedish police in Malmo on 22 October 2022 in the very act of raping a woman. Unfortunately, the Qur’an teaches that infidel women may be taken lawfully for sexual use (see Q 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30), especially if their clothing does not cover them head-to-toe (see Q 33:59)
Sweden has one of the highest rates of rape in the world, with high percentage of offenders being of Muslim immigrant background
Completely legal under shariah: a 14-year-old Hindu girl was kidnapped in Pakistan, likely raped, allegedly converted to Islam, and then forcibly married to her abductor
Under shariah, women are property of their husbands: an Iranian Muslim husband beheaded his 17-year-old wife and paraded her severed head in the streets
‘Hijab distinguishes Muslim women from others so molesters [rapists] can spare them’
In early November 2022, the beheaded bodies of two young Egyptian girls aged 11 and 13 were found in a sewage system in a Syrian camp housing Islamic State families: if these children were accused of some shariah infraction, it would have been completely legal under Islamic Law to kill them
Female fans at FIFA World Cup 2022 soccer games in Qatar run the risk of arrest and imprisonment if their clothing is not deemed sufficiently Islamic.
This column was originally published at Liberato.US
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