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Caning in Malaysia....

Post by BOON RAWD BREWERY CO LTD on Thu Aug 20, 2009 12:24 pm

Model to be Whipped for drinking beer

Have a look at this link for a video then decide how you feel.....

The 32-year-old will receive six lashes at a woman's prison next week
in what is being viewed as an example of the growing influence of
Islamic hardliners on the country.
The mother-of-two who lives in Singapore with her husband, paid a fine
of £860, but declined to lodge an appeal so she could get the
punishment over with and put the episode behind her.
The harsh sentence has provoked anger among women's rights groups who
fear it is another sign of the creeping influence of conservative Islam
on Malaysian society.
In the northern backwater state of Kalentan ruled by the hardline
Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party, authorities have decreed that supermarkets
must have separate checkout queues for men and women and beaches be
Young couples caught sitting too close together on park benches in the
state capital, Kota Baru, are hunted down by the city's moral enforcers
and fined up to £285 in Sharia courts.
The Islamic alcohol prohibition laws in Malaysia's eastern Pahang state
date back more than two decades. But Malaysian-born Kartika, who now
has Singaporean citizenship, is the first woman to fall foul of them.
She was arrested in July last year in a hotel nightclub in the beach
resort of Cherating during a raid by the state's religious department
and admitted drinking beer.
An Islamic court fined her and ordered her to be caned at Kajang
women's prison next week, but spared her a jail term of up to three
She received word of the sentence from her father and said she would be returning to Malaysia from Singapore.
"I accept the punishment," she said. "I am not afraid because I was
ready to be punished from day one. [The authorities] hope to use my
case as a way to educate Muslims. So go ahead. I want to move on with
my life."
Prosecutor Saiful Idham Sahimi said: "This is the first case in
Malaysia. It is a good punishment because under Islamic law a person
who drinks commits a serious offence."
Muslims make up about 60 per cent of Malaysia's 28 million people and
are governed by Sharia courts for all civil and religious matters.
Non-Muslims, mainly Chinese and Indians, are governed by civil courts,
which impose caning sentences for serious offences such as rape. The
lashes administered to the buttocks, break the skin and leave scars.
But in Kartika's case the rattan cane will be lighter than those used
to punish men. Sharia law dictates it be no thicker than the little
finger and the cane cannot be lifted so high the arm is away from the
armpit. The court ordered the jail's female governor administer the
Kartika has been ordered to report to the jail next Monday, where she
will be given a medical check-up to ensure she is fit to receive the
She could then be held for seven days, but will be released immediately after the caning.

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Re: Caning in Malaysia....

Post by Snowflake on Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:52 pm

That is one nasty video there... Where do you find them???

Guess if you are muslim you will not drink in Malaysia???

You might be a king or a little street sweaper, but sooner or later you'll dance with the reaper!
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Re: Caning in Malaysia....

Post by Admin on Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:27 pm

Jeez, where did you find that ....... or moreso, what kind of websites are you looking at. Put me off my sandwiches that did.


There's an idea ..... who can find the sickest websites
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Re: Caning in Malaysia....

Post by BOON RAWD BREWERY CO LTD on Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:10 am

I bit different from thaivisa study

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