Iranians Must Get Stoned

Ah yes, there’s nothing like the 7th century justice of Sharia law, carried out Iranian style.

Death by stoning imminent for Iranian woman, attorney says

Sakineh Mohammadie Ashtiani, a mother of two, is waiting to die in Iran by a method of execution described by her lawyer as “barbaric” — stoning.

She will be buried up to her chest, deeper than a man would be, and the stones that will be hurled at her will be large enough to cause pain but not so large as to kill her immediately, according to an Amnesty International report that cited the Iranian penal code.

The 42-year-old woman from the northern city of Tabriz was convicted of adultery in 2006, and her execution is imminent, said prominent human rights lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei.

Ashtiani was forced to confess after being subjected to 99 lashes, Mostafaei said Thursday in a telephone interview from Tehran.

She later retracted that confession and has denied wrongdoing. Her conviction was based not on evidence but on the determination of three out of five judges, Mostafaei said. She has asked forgiveness from the court but the judges refused to grant clemency.

Iran’s supreme court upheld the conviction in 2007.

See also:
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Iran: Children appeal for help in saving mother from execution
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Where is the world?
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Adultery as a capital crime, punishable by stoning, this is beyond barbaric. Isn’t Islam wonderful?

/and remember, these lovely people are on the verge of developing deliverable nuclear weapons

9 Responses

  1. Stoning is one of the most extreme expression of violence and surpression where women is the target

  2. And this is a religion we’re forced to tolerate in the US. I’m certainly glad that I won’t be on this earth in 40-50 years. I feel sorry for the generations to come – especially for females. Life as we know it will be drastically changed. With the way Muslims are moving into our country, it is only a matter of time before they force their intolerant religion on the rest of us. IMHO, Islam is not a religion – it’s a blasphemy!

    • You have to get rid of all religion before this sort of thing stops. In Christianity, you have con men stealing money, young boys being molested, etc…. As long as there is religion, there is a veil to hide man’s true motives. We need to get rid of religion here at home and then tell them to get rid of theirs.

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  6. […] It’s bad enough that these perpetually angry, ignorant and intolerant Islamic barbarians sentenced a women to death by stoning, for adultery, now they’ve sentenced a woman to death for blasphemy. Just how backward and […]

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