SAUDIS SAY HEAD CHOPPING NOT ON THE BLOCK

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Saudi says Islamic laws will remain in force

Published Saturday, October 22, 2011

Saudi Arabia, reacting to growing global criticism of its Shariah-compliant judicial system, said Islamic laws would remain in force in the world’s dominant oil exporter and there would be no alternatives.

But justice minister Mohammed Al Issa indicated that the Gulf Kingdom has agreed in principle to revise some Shariah (Islamic law) penalties against criminals without elaborating on such penalties.

“The rules of Islamic Shariah enforced in Saudi Arabia are genuine and true…there are no alternatives to them,” he told local newspapers.
“Using the term ‘alternative punishment’ does not mean that we agree that Shariah has an alternative….it will remain a legitimate punishment as strong as what is termed as the ‘alternative punishment.”

Al Issa dismissed what he said were reports that Saudi Arabia, one of the most conservative Muslim nations, had bowed to international pressure and agreed to change its Sharia-based penal code.

“These reports are incorrect…we have not and will not consider alternative penalties under any pressure,” he said.

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4 Replies to “SAUDIS SAY HEAD CHOPPING NOT ON THE BLOCK”

  1. THEY JUST BELIEVE IN PEACE, THIS RELIGION IS ONLY PEACE AND LOVE,…..THE PROBLEM PEOPLE THAT LIVES UNDER SHARIA LAW, ONLY CAN FIND PEACE IN LOVE AFTER DEAD……..

  2. And it’s the Saudi oil money that funds the useless enviro-mentalists and politicians here who sue and scream so we can’t get our own oil. That dyed beard buffoon Abdullah and the other 9 OPEC nations make sure all bases are covered.

  3. If it weren’t for the oil, all those soddy barbarians would still be riding camels to this very day. The sooner their oil wells runs dry, the better.

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