This is Sharia

Sharia is like when you have your slave nanny beheaded.

CNN:

Rizana Nafeek was a child herself -- 17 years old, according to her birth certificate -- when a four-month-old baby died in her care in Saudi Arabia. She had migrated from Sri Lanka only weeks earlier to be a domestic worker for a Saudi family.

Although Rizana said the baby died in a choking accident, Saudi courts convicted her of murder and sentenced her to death. On Wednesday, the Saudi government carried out the sentence in a gruesome fashion, by beheading Rizana.

But the Neocommies at CNN talk about about the need for better laws to protect workers rather than the absolute barbarity and injustice of Islamic Sharia law because if they did, then someone might want to implement a little absolute barbarity and injustice on them.

Posted by: Howie at 09:06 AM

Comments

1 The Arabs have been practicing slavery for centuries. Nowadays instead of it being in the open, they hide it behind indentured servitude, and still the world does nothing, and will continue to do nothing. This young girl was murdered and leftist organizations like NOW do nothing as well. I guess it's more important to scream and cry about not being able to have your womb scraped on demand rather then a young girl being murdered by a bunch of barbarians.

Posted by: Moshe Ben Avram at January 11, 2013 10:52 AM

2 Left, thy name is Hypocrisy.

Posted by: Mark at January 11, 2013 11:08 AM

3 I met some Sri Lankan 'servants' in Kuwait. They went there to work after the tsunami almost destroyed their own country in 04. One had not been paid since arriving. What's more, she was being starved. I talked to her at the airport where she was booked to return home. She told me she could starve as well at home as she could in Kuwait. I gave her all my gedunks and wished her the best. Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, evil cousins since the time of mohamad.

Posted by: EROWMER at January 11, 2013 11:48 AM

4 Let's not forget Saudi "prince" alwaleed cocapuffchin's billion dollar investment in CNN- the crescent news network...

Posted by: SDF at January 11, 2013 12:41 PM

5 What's one Sri Lankan servant compared to billions of barrels of oil. It already costs $90.00 to fill my tank. When It comes to choosing between walking to work or not sticking my nose into the Saudi Courts. Well, my feet already hurt.
By the way. Anyone checked on what's happening in Sri Lanka these days.
I hear the rebellion has killed something like 100,000 people.
The Sri Lankan government forces have been accused of human rights
abuses, systemic impunity for serious human rights violations, lack of
respect for habeas corpus in arbitrary detentions and forced disappearances.
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let he who is without sin throw the first stone.

Posted by: White Devil at January 11, 2013 10:34 PM






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