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Saudi Rape Rules Should Apply

Reader comment on item: Homaidan Ali Al-Turki, Colorado Slave-holder

Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Sep 7, 2006 at 01:59

Since Vaughn Gdula and noha are right and the court system of Arapahoe County District Court is wrong, do you think that we could have these two appointed as Justices to the Supreme Court of the USA? If we could, then we would be assured that Muslim rapists in the US would be treated as they are in Saudi Arabia. One advantage would certainly be that a rape victim would have to produce 4 eye witnesses to the rape before the rapist could be found guilty. Strangely enough, there are very few rapes that have 4 eye witnesses, which may explain why rape in Saudi Arabia is such a rare crime. I wonder, is it because rape is so rare in Saudi Arabia, or it's to difficult to find 4 eye witnesses, or is it possible that most rapists prefer to rape without the presence of witnesses?


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