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Yes, Islam forces rules which are tough but they are to save society

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Submitted by Hamid Mahmood (Oman), Apr 10, 2008 at 13:50

Mr Donvan,

Yes Islam believes in tougher punishments because it wants to prevent the society form evil things. As per US Department of Justice Report 1996, at an average 2713 women were raped per day. The number 1756 in 1990. It must have increased by now.

You inforce death punishment, Allah guaranteus your ,mothers,wives,sisters and daughters will be saved otherwise it will keep on increasing.

Hamid

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