У бопропорядочных мусульман не хватает не то совести, не то смелости признать одну, но основополагающую, если можно так выразиться, истину. Нелюди, всё это (и это) вытворяющие, никакие не особенные выродки или исключения. Напротив, это, опять же, если можно так выразиться, норма. Они вытворяют это потому, что ещё с пелёнок у них в голове стоит сплошной треск: аллах-коран-мухаммад, мухаммад-аллах-коран, иншалла, бисмилля рахим алла, молчи женщина когда джигит говорит, аллахуакбар, сражайтесь с теми, кто не верует в аллаха... и так до бесконечности - дурной, тупой, кровавой бесконечности.
Не с кем разговаривать. И не о чем.
[Почему? Потому что!]Сведения из уложений о наказаниях некоторых исламских стран:
Article 220 of the Iranian Criminal Code states: If a father “or his male ancestors kill their children, they will not be prosecuted for murder.” Likewise, article 1179 of the Civil Code states, “Parents have the right to punish their children within the limits prescribed by law.”
Under Pakistani law, families can escape punishment by following a few simple steps: a brother ‘confesses’ to having killed his sister. His father ‘forgives’ him, or accepts blood money. No money actually changes hands and the matter is closed. . . . A law introduced in October 2004, which laid down tougher penalties for such murders, has had no visible effect in reducing the number of such crimes.
“We have noted no significant decrease in the number of such killings since the law was enforced in early 2005. As we have stated previously, until the issue of compoundability, which makes it possible for blood money to be paid to compensate for physical hurt, is addressed, there is unlikely to be any real change in the situation,” the rights commission’s director IA Rehman told IRIN.
Palestinian Authority Area:
In Palestinian territories, a murder is regarded as less serious if it is an honor killing, and thus honor killers receive from six to twelve months’ jail. This stems from Jordanian legislation from 1960.
Article 340 of the Jordanian Penal Code affirms that “he who discovers his wife or one of his female relatives committing adultery with another, and he kills, wounds or injures one or both of them, is exempt from any penalty… he who discovers his wife, or one of his female ascendants or descendants or sisters with another in an unlawful bed and he kills, wounds or injures one or both of them, benefits from a reduction of penalty.” In addition to this, Article 98 of the Penal Code allows a reduced sentence if a perpetrator kills in a “fit of fury”.
Article 548 of the Syrian Legal Code states: “1: He who catches his wife, or one of his ascendants, descendants or sister committing adultery (flagrante delicto) or illegitimate sex acts with another and he kills or injures one of both of them benefits from an exemption of penalty. 2: He who catches his wife, or one of his ascendants, descendants or sister in a suspicious state (attitude equivoce) with another and he kills or injures one of both of them benefits from an exemption of penalty.”
In Yemen, the law makes allowances for honor killings. Article 232 of the Yemeni Penal Code rules that: “if a man kills his wife or her alleged lover in the act of committing adultery or attacking them causing disability, he may be fined or sentenced to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year.”
Morocco too sanctions honor killings in its penal code. Article 418 states: “Murder, injury and beating are excusable if they are committed by a husband on his wife as well as the accomplice at the moment in which he surprises them in the act of adultery.[
“Article 17 of Egypt’s Penal Code allows judges to decrease sentences in murder cases if they decide that the murder’s condition merits it. As a result, a sentence can be as little as six months’ duration. In Article 277 of the Penal Code, a man can commit adultery only within his marital home. A woman is adulterous within or outside of the home, and need not be caught “in the act” for a husband to use the defense of inflamed emotions.
In the remote Nehag Dara area of Upper Dir, a Jirga has barred registration of honour-related murder, going as far as to rule that reporting honor killings is punishable by death.
Repeating the situation encountered three years earlier, in 2003 the Jordanian Parliament twice voted on Islamic grounds to reject an amended Penal Code law designed to stiffen penalties for honor killings. Al-Jazeera reported that “Islamists and conservatives said the laws violated religious traditions and would destroy families and values.
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