Radical Islam, purportedly a religion of peace, has an unusual way to deal with those who break their laws, and its a far cry from peaceful — in fact, a better word to describe it would be violent.
Earlier this week, ARA News reported that two teenage girls were stoned to death for allegedly committing adultery.
The girls were identified only by the names Hasna, 17, and Madiha, 16, of Deir ez-Zor, Syria. They were executed Tuesday in front of hundreds of people in their community, activist Ahmed Ramadan told the news agency.
A Shariah Court announced that the two teenagers were caught in a house “with two strangers.” Apparently, Shariah officials conducted an investigation before they issued their guilty verdict.
— ARA News (@ARANewsEnglish) February 24, 2016
“The victims were accused of committing adultery with two older men, identified by the Shariah Court as Abu Zubair al-Idlbi and Maher Hameed,” the source reported.
Al-Idlbi and Hamdeed were flogged with 50 lashes each by Islamic State group militants in central Deir ez-Zor.
“The decision of the Shariah Court raised the anger of Deir ez-Zor’s residents, who considered it unfair to kill the two girls by stoning and merely flog the men and set them free,” Ramadan said.
This is truly disgusting, and the sad thing about all of this is that it isn’t the first time something like this has happened. Unfortunately, it probably won’t be the last.
Last year, a young woman was stoned because she attempted to elope with the man she loved rather than marry the man her family had chosen for her.
This barbaric and hypocritical behavior is reported on far too often — and taught by those claiming peace is a foundation of their religion.
America needs to wake up before this kind of uncivilized practice spreads any further than it already has.
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