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Submitted by khaled (Italy), Aug 23, 2007 at 09:28

You said "Of course, this dodges the question of a death penalty but as there is no set penalty and the death penalty is so common in Islam, this is a possible outcome..."

death penalty is a punishment to a number of criminal acts in islam but this resulted in people stopping doing those criminal acts. so applying this penalty is not so common in islam (less than USA).

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