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Sky News. I've just watched a woman being whipped under Sharia Law for getting caught wearing trousers under her Islamic garb. 'Indecent behaviour'. What is wrong with these people? Someone needs to… Read More
deeky Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Sky News. I've just watched a woman being whipped under Sharia Law for getting caught wearing trousers under her Islamic garb. 'Indecent behaviour'.
What is wrong with these people? Someone needs to tell them that it's 2010! They really make me sick.

A cautionary word about the video. It's not nice.
deeky Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#2
A country stuck behind religion where you have no freedom of speech.
1 Like #3
some people have to pay for that kind of action.
#4
RickT
A country stuck behind religion where you have no freedom of speech.


I know, but you would think that common sense would take precedence over religion. Apparently not in these places.
How can anyone think that it's ok to do that? I honestly think they must be retarded.

Edited By: deek72 on Dec 14, 2010 14:38
banned 2 Likes #5
I would love to whip the men who were whipping her until they bled.
#6
deek72
RickT
A country stuck behind religion where you have no freedom of speech.


I know, but you would think that common sense would take precedence over religion. Apparently not in these places.


That's the problem, common sense does not exist in certain elements as its just normal behaviour. Hence why a lot of these countries are in the mess there in and do what they do..

I can see this becoming a heated debate!
#7
DLM
I would love to whip the men who were whipping her until they bled.


Don't mess with the DLM ;)
banned#8
deek72
DLM
I would love to whip the men who were whipping her until they bled.
Don't mess with the DLM ;)

Booking my flight to Sudan now.

Will I be able to take my whip?

Edited By: DLM on Dec 14, 2010 14:41
#9
More to the point it's boiling hot in Sudan all year, why was she wearing trousers as well!
#10
RickT
deek72
RickT
A country stuck behind religion where you have no freedom of speech.


I know, but you would think that common sense would take precedence over religion. Apparently not in these places.


That's the problem, common sense does not exist in certain elements as its just normal behaviour. Hence why a lot of these countries are in the mess there in and do what they do..

I can see this becoming a heated debate!


I'd be surprised if it did tbh. I can't imagine anyone coming on and defending or justifying it.
1 Like #11
Disgusting, savages.

A complete bull**** law developed by morons. What's worse, is that the biggest enquiry will be into how the video was filmed and leaked.

I was surprised to see a car in the video - horses and carts would be more fitting, or donkeys, as they are stuck in the past.
#12
deek72

I'd be surprised if it did tbh. I can't imagine anyone coming on and defending or justifying it.


Maybe more of discussion then..
1 Like #13
Wait till they get the person that filmed it......
#14
greg_68
Wait till they get the person that filmed it......


Probably already 6 foot under and the guy on the video laughing!
#15
what are they meant to wear underneath? split crotch panties? whats the protocol?
#16
barky
what are they meant to wear underneath? split crotch panties? whats the protocol?


Yeah. Makes it easier for the 'Puritanical public order police' to get their end away.
1 Like #17
I will probably get slammed for this but if they are the laws and assuming the person knows the law then although barbaric to us this is what happens in their country. I dare say there are things that go on in this country that make them cringe.
#18
RickT


I can see this becoming a heated debate!

deek72


I'd be surprised if it did tbh. I can't imagine anyone coming on and defending or justifying it.



greg_68
I will probably get slammed for this but if they are the laws and assuming the person knows the law then although barbaric to us this is what happens in their country. I dare say there are things that go on in this country that make them cringe.


Well, I didn't think they would anyway :|

So just because 'it happens in their country' that makes it ok does it?

Edited By: deek72 on Dec 14, 2010 15:03
3 Likes #19
Hmm. I wonder if we're in a position to criticise when our city centres are full of young women in very skimpy clothes falling down drunk every weekend?
#20
cannyscot
Hmm. I wonder if we're in a position to criticise when our city centres are full of young women in very skimpy clothes falling down drunk every weekend?


Eh? What's that got to do with anything? The only parallel is the word 'clothes' as far as I can see.
banned#21
cannyscot
Hmm. I wonder if we're in a position to criticise when our city centres are full of young women in very skimpy clothes falling down drunk every weekend?

Should we whip all women who wear skirts higher than the knee?
#22
Couldn't agree more with cannyscot, it was exactly the argument I was thinking of too.

Perhaps if we lived in a perfect country we would be able to criticise other ones.
#23
DLM
cannyscot
Hmm. I wonder if we're in a position to criticise when our city centres are full of young women in very skimpy clothes falling down drunk every weekend?
Should we whip all women who wear skirts higher than the knee?

only after rohypnol
2 Likes #24
greg_68
Couldn't agree more with cannyscot, it was exactly the argument I was thinking of too.

Perhaps if we lived in a perfect country we would be able to criticise other ones.


So is that it? Unless we live in a perfect country with perfect laws we aren't allowed to pass comment on anyone else? So all the countries that complain about the Chinese and their civil rights issues should just keep their noses out?

Edited By: deek72 on Dec 14, 2010 15:11
3 Likes #25
greg_68
Couldn't agree more with cannyscot, it was exactly the argument I was thinking of too.

Perhaps if we lived in a perfect country we would be able to criticise other ones.


Sorry, I don't agree.

Just because it's "Their laws" doesn't mean it's okay for them to do it.
Let's say it became compulsory to rape a child of 11 years old.

Would it be a case of "Oh well"?

There should be a minimum standard of decent human rights across the globe in my opinion.
#26
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.
#27
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


You implied that as long as it was the law and people knew it then it was alright.
greg_68
but if they are the laws and assuming the person knows the law then although barbaric to us this is what happens in their country


I said 'implied'.


Edited By: deek72 on Dec 14, 2010 15:18
#28
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


So you believe that no country should criticise anothers laws then?
banned 2 Likes #29
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


Greg's right - it's really the woman's fault for being there in the first place.

She probably deserves extra whipping for that.
#30
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


Just because something is law does not make it morally acceptable. No person in no country should be treated like that for an incorrect item of clothing. Most of those enforcing these "laws" are more morally corrupt than those they are punishing; religion is just an excuse that they hide behind.
#31
Absolutely disgusting. No human being should have to endure suffering like that over something so trivial as wearing the wrong clothing.
#32
FilthAndFurry
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


Greg's right - it's really the woman's fault for being there in the first place.

She probably deserves extra whipping for that.


Thats right F&F, if she didn't like the rules she should have left the country.
#33
Because it's that easy isn't it? She should have to leave her country, her friends, her family ANC her home to avoid being abused?

greg_68
FilthAndFurry
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


Greg's right - it's really the woman's fault for being there in the first place.

She probably deserves extra whipping for that.


Thats right F&F, if she didn't like the rules she should have left the country.
#34
Follow the laws of the land and you will not be punished simple as that.
#35
Obviously under the law she should have been punished, but the issue is the punishment doesn't reflect how minor the 'crime' was. It's the olde (sic) fashioned approach of punishment in order to set an example and spread fear.
#36
Savage country,savage law,savage religion.
#37
greg_68
FilthAndFurry
greg_68
Can someone point out the post where I said it was alright. I don't think it is ok, I was just pointing out that their rules apply in their country and their citizens have to live by those laws or suffer the consequences.


Greg's right - it's really the woman's fault for being there in the first place.

She probably deserves extra whipping for that.


Thats right F&F, if she didn't like the rules she should have left the country.


Comical. Yeah, FF, you tell 'em! We're right ain't we FF?
#38
You are right it is comical because anyone (especially immigrants) who don't like our rules the first bit of advice they get is 'well go and live in another country then'

For a country with such a high crime rate across all areas it's seems a little rich to be criticising other countries.


Edited By: greg_68 on Dec 14, 2010 15:58
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#40
greg_68
You are right it is comical because anyone (especially immigrants) who don't like our rules the first bit of advice they get is 'well go and live in another country then'

For a country with such a high crime rate across all areas it's seems a little rich to be criticising other countries.



You seem to be dodging any valid points put to you. It may be a coincidence though.

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