Indonesia Province Enacts Death By Stoning Law For Adultery
Sharia Law raises its ugly head again, this time in Aceh, a province of Indonesia. Adultery will now be punished by stoning the offender to death:
The legislation was passed unanimously by Aceh's regional legislature, said assembly member Bahrom Rasjid. "This law will be effective in 30 days with or without the approval of Aceh's governor," he said.
The Governor opposes strict Sharia law but he's powerless to stop it, as is the central Indonesian government in Jakaarta.
The penalty for other non-marital sex: Unmarried people can be sentenced to 100 lashes with a cane.
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