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Sharia requires four male witnesses to prove a rape

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Submitted by Nazia (United States), Sep 28, 2005 at 18:21

Shazia, wake up.Word rape is not even in quran. Under sharia, a rape requires four male witness to be proved. And if a woman who complains of rape is herself charged with adultery if she does not produce four male witnesses and stoned to death. That was the case with Amina Lawal of Nigeria who was sentenced to stoning by Sharia court because she got pregnant and could not produce four witnesses. Only from a lot of world wide infidel pressure she was saved.
Thousands of rape victims are in Pakistani jails for lack of 4 witnesses.
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