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Afghan crowd cheers as rape victim publicly lashed by the Taliban

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As you can see in the video below women in Afghanistan are imprisoned and punished over "modesty crimes" including being raped.
In Afghanistan, ambiguously defined "moral crimes" or "bad character" can mean jail sentences, lashes in public and even public execution in some parts under Taliban control.
Under Sharia law rape or extramarital sex is considered zina which is punished by one hundred lashes and in some cases by stoning to death.
In the Arab-Muslim world rape victims are often murdered by their own family members on "charges" of adultery in so called "honor killings".
Under Sharia law a woman is considered half of a man, because the Qur'an says she has only half of a brain. In Shari'a courts woman will not receive the right to self-defense without at least 2 witnesses who support her testimony (because she has only half a brain).
According to Islamic tradition, the "honor" of the entire family is measured by women's behavior. Any action that may be perceived as harming the family's honor may cost the woman her life. In other words, a woman is required not only to obey Islam including its strict codes of modesty but also to completely obey her male guardians (husband, father, brother and even uncle).
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Afghan crowd cheers as rape victim publicly lashed by the Taliban Afghan crowd cheers as rape victim publicly lashed by the Taliban Reviewed by Voice on May 14, 2020 Rating: 5
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