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Maybe you should add that this happened in Kurdistan among the Yazidi tribe. The girl was lynched because she was in love with a Muslim boy. Yezidis practise a cult that worships Satan as Malik e Tawus, the peacock angel. Such practises are not legal under Iraqi law under the present government.

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Maybe you should add that this happened in Kurdistan among the Yazidi tribe. The girl was lynched because she was in love with a Muslim boy. Yezidis practise a cult that worships Satan as Malik e Tawus, the peacock angel. Such practises are not legal under Iraqi law under the present government.

i presume this is ur new guise bahadur

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1. Islamic executions are not recognised by Iraqi law.

2. I didn't see and member of clergy in that video let alone the usual execution methods for stoning.

3. This is a public lynching that has nothing to do with Islamic or Iraqi law.

Anyways what was your point and what were you trying to prove with that website?

Aren't women the victims of violence in all countries? Why do you always chose Islamic countries when India itself is no better on that front?

People living in glass houses shouldn't throw stones..

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Are you so sure?

Maybe you should read this:

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2002/20020604/ldh1.htm

http://news.monstersandcritics.com/india/n...ped_in_hospital

http://www.expressindia.com/news/fullstory.php?newsid=55142

Stop blaming Muslims of evils all humans practise. Such violence exists everywhere. Not just in Muslim countries.

And yes Maha Kharag Singh I am Bahadur, you have a problem with that?

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This barbaric behaviour is not unique to Kurdish speakers (even though this case is one of only a few ever reported), Iran is also guilty of this barbaric prehistoric punishment, more so as it one hand claims to be a "civilised, cultured and sophisticated" nation.

http://www.ncr-iran.org/content/view/3593/127/

http://hrw.org/english/docs/2007/07/11/iran16378.htm

http://www.amnesty.nl/voor_de_pers_artikel/21134

http://www.iran-e-azad.org/stoning/

http://www.iran-e-azad.org/stoning/women.html

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And the US executes three times more people than Iran. So what's the lesson? EVERYONE DOES IT! Got the point?

Except the US and Iran do it within the frame of the law.

You commit a crime: you suffer the consequence.

Logical no?

Adultery is a crime in Iran. You commit adultery guess what will happen?

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So who executes the guilty? Mexcian gardners? What hypocrisy! A jury takes decisions that may condemn a person to death. It makes no difference if they throw a stone at the executed or order his execution: they are responsible in the execution. Some just sit on a chair and decide for a person to get electrocuted others thow stones. The responsibility is the same.

You talk of heinous crimes but you never take into account the crimes of the guilty executed. It's pure hypocrisy. Last year they executed two guys in Qom who had killed a whole family whilst breaking into their house. They did it in font of the shrine of Hazrat-i %aasumeh (as). Do you seriously think anyone felt compassion for these sinners? I am just amazed by your hypocrisy!

Is that all you guys can do? Post videos of unlawful lynching in Iraq to feel better about yourselves and about the thousands of baby girls that die every year in your community?

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Read the links I've posted Javanmard, these people did not deserve to be stoned to death.

And there is a difference between a quick death and torturous/excruciating dragged out death.

Stoning is an out-dated and barbaric, one could say the same for corporal punishment, but if it is to be used, it should at least be quick and not involve the general public enjoying taking part or spectating.

This barbaric and fanatical dictatorship is the exact reason so many Iranians seek asylum.

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"Who are you to say that what God ordered is outdated?"

God didn't give that order to me or many others.

How is wearing a turban in the UK today outdated? Turban wearing Sikhs enjoy success in every sphere of professional life in the UK, in most cases the stand alone identity helps Sikhs get recognised and remembered for their contributions up and above their native colleagues.

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Wahegurubol Iraqi law doesn't allow this do you understand that? Does it get into your head? It's like saying that if a bunge of pindoos rape a Bihari girl and shout sat sri akal that all of Sikhi is bad. You are so thick!

Shaheediyan, of course turbans are ok. In the same way laws that have been given by God to humanity are valid wherever, whenever!

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I have worked on enough honour killing cases in the UK with police to know how bad the situation is wahegurubol. It so happens that it also happens in Sikh families.

Violence is committed by all male dominated communities be it Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus etc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5Uo_c8CwUg

Are we to base a whole population based on this?

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And judicial errors don't happen in th US? What a joke!

Who are you to say that what God ordered is outdated? Isn't wearing a turban in the 21st century in the UK outdated and out of place?

Ridiculous statement!

I have been to both countries and both have their good and bad sides.

Sometimes what God Orders has nothing to do with how a man uses those orders to fullfill his own personal sadistic desire to do 'God's Work'? 'Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone'. Would you take part in such a God Ordered act Safavi, rather would you be able to do it on your own, all by yourself without a mob?

Ask one man to stone someone to death, he will hardly have the guts to do it, ask 100 men to stone someone to death and all will jump the chance because the guilt and the responsibility falls on the Mob not the individual.

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Wahegurubol admin cut! HT and Mujahiroun are my arch ennemies you idiot! Had you spend more time around edgeware road you'd find out how they try to provoke us Shi'as on a contsant basis. They try to convert Shi'a girls to Sunnism and regularly hold rallies against Shi'as.That guy isn't even a cleric. You are so ignorant Wahegurubol you have no credibility.

The people I support are rather people like this Shi'a cleric:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuLbdy6FH3M

or this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlxaXyF6lYo

About time you start getting a bit of education...

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