Adulterers and homosexuals can benefit from being stoned to death: Canadian Muslim Cleric

Brampton Sheikh Faisal Hamid Abdur-Razak justifies the Islamic law of stoning, explaining that a Muslim who is sentenced to death by stoning actually benefit from this capital punishment as his soul is being purified by this act.

Stoning to death (رجم Rajm), according to traditional interpretations of Islamic law, is primarily a punishment for persons who engage in unlawful sexual relations (which include homosexual relationships). The criminals “hands are tied behind their backs and their bodies are put in a cloth sack.” They are then “buried in a hole, with only the victims heads showing above the ground. If its a woman, she is buried upto her shoulders.” The stones which are to be thrown at the criminal “should not be so large that the offender dies after a few strikes, nor so small as to fail to cause serious injury.”

Sheikh Muhammad Saalih al-Uthaymeen, prominent Sunni Muslim Islamic scholars of the latter half of the twentieth century, ruled that the Islamic law of the stoning the adulterers and homosexuals (both partners to the sexual act) it highly essential for cleansing the Muslim society from evil, and this commandment is valid till the day of judgement. By that, explained al-Uthaymeen, Muslims differ from the Jews, who already practically abolished the practice of stoning at time of the Prophet Mohammad.

Shiekh Faisal Hamid Abdur-Razak (الشيخ فيصل حميد عبد الرزاق), well known Imam in Brampton, Ontario, who also serves as President of the Islamic Forum of Canada and Vice-President of the Islamic Council of Imams of Canada, justifies the stoning of sinners to death.

In a sermon addressing his congregation Abdur-Razak explained that a Muslim who is sentenced to death by stoning actually benefit from this capital punishment as his soul is being purified by this act.



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Justin Trudeau hypocrite turned pot head for votes and the sheep falling for it!

Justin Trudeau recently came out in favour of legalization of marijuana in this country, then went further, saying he has smoked weed while an MP.

A bold move, likely one to help set him apart from his older rivals and curry favour with a certain demographic of voters.

But I hope those who were fawning over his admission actually take a look at his public record on pot.

He has been cool to legalization, according to a recent editorial: “He has said legalization would likely increase marijuana consumption, which is ‘not great for your health’ and ‘disconnects you a little bit from the world,’ adding, ‘I don’t know that it’s entirely consistent with the kind of society we’re trying to build.’”

In 2010, he even spoke out against decriminalization: “I lived in Whistler for years and have seen the effects,” Trudeau told Maclean’s. “We need all our brain cells to deal with our problems.”

You could say that his position on the issue “has matured over the years,” which is natural, I suppose, among politicians who are seeking the country’s highest office.

What really gets me in all this is that during the period the pot-smoking occurred while he was an MP for Papineau, Trudeau actually voted in favour of legislation to create mandatory minimums for growing as few as six plants.

You can’t on one hand smoke pot while on the other vote for mandatory minimums and expect to be taken seriously as a leader.

The fact Trudeau has smoked pot doesn’t make him special, or more equipped to lead the country.

The only policy issue that Justin Trudeau speaks about with any interest or passion is marijuana.

Sure, he reads speeches about the economy and asks questions in question period about other subjects. But they’re prepared by the policy wonks in the Liberal research department.

Marijuana, though, is something he keeps bringing up, unscripted.

The man couldn’t find Syria on a map. Probably not Calgary, either, come to mention it. But he knows his pot.

He’s proud of it, too — when asked by reporters, he laughed it off, saying he’s more embarrassed about the revelation that he doesn’t drink coffee.

That’s not just an easy way to deflect a tough question with an attempt at a joke. It’s a trivialization of the use of drugs. He’s making a serious point with a laugh. He really doesn’t think smoking pot is a big deal. He’s done it himself. Even since becoming an MP.

It’s one thing for Trudeau to smoke pot as a private citizen. But he’s a lawmaker. That’s the central job of an MP — to write our laws. And, if he thinks a law is wrong, to try to change it.

But Trudeau has never introduced a bill to legalize marijuana. In fact, he spoke against it at a Liberal policy convention last year, saying it was the wrong direction for society.

And when the Conservatives introduced Bill C-15 — a law to bring in mandatory minimum sentences for drug offences — Trudeau didn’t vote against it. He didn’t even skip the vote that day (which he often does, as an MP with one of the worst attendance records). Not that day. He showed up and proudly voted with the Conservatives to bring in mandatory minimums, to take away any discretion that judges would have in the matter.

He was just as tough on crime as Harper or Vic Toews or Jason Kenney.

But unlike Harper, Toews and Kenney, Trudeau was also a marijuana user.

He wanted jail terms for the little people. But for himself, well, he’s a child of privilege. He’d never get charged with a drug offence — and if he did, you better believe he’d hire the best lawyer money could buy. Why one set of laws for regular people, and an exemption for special elites, like himself?

Trudeau’s whole life has been a special exemption. Born a millionaire with a massive inheritance from his father — including a rare supercar worth over a million dollars in itself — Trudeau never had to do middle class things like earn a living. He flitted around, dabbling in being a drama teacher, starting some college courses but getting bored. You can imagine that pot use was extremely normal amongst the millionaire heirs club.

Not so much for normal people. Marijuana is a part of millions of Canadians’ lives. As in, they get drug tested for it at work. Construction sites, factories, truckers, anyone in the oilsands — people who work hard with dangerous equipment are tested for pot all the time. It’s not because their bosses are squaresville conservatives. It’s because being on dope is a very real danger on a job site. Trudeau wouldn’t know about any of that. Drugs are also a big deal for parents — especially moms. Is there a greater worry for moms than their children running with the wrong crowd in school? It used to start in Grade 10.

Now it probably starts in Grade 5, an older kid, a bad kid, saying, “Here, have a puff of this! Why not — did your mom say not to?” That happens right now. It will happen a lot more with Trudeau legalizing pot — and normalizing it. He’s a role model for youth — just ask him. He has done countless speeches at high schools.

And he’s now saying drug use is OK.

Yeah, it was always a stretch for this silver spoon liberal to pretend he was for the middle class. His comfort with drugs shows it was always a fake.

Feel good story: Aceh Shariah Police Injured After Music Fans Fight Back

Banda Aceh. Several Shariah police officers were injured in the early hours of Monday morning after more than a hundred youths attacked them while they were trying to disperse live-music performances in the Aceh town of Langsa.

“Most of the audience, there were around 100 of them, were drunk. I and members of the WH [Wilayatul Hisbah – Shariah Police] climbed the stage and asked them to disperse,” said Ibrahim Latif, the head of Langsa Islamic Shariah Agency.

Ibrahim said the incident took place when about 15 Shariah police officers were trying to disperse three keyboard performances in three different villages in Langsa that went on from Sunday evening through early Monday morning.

They managed to disperse the crowds at concert venues in Geudeubang and Pondok Keumuning villages. As they moved to Karang Anyar village, however, about 100 members of the audience took violent objection to being asked to move on.

“They turned off the lights and began attacking us in the dark instead,” Ibrahim said. “They beat us… Our members couldn’t do much because we were smaller in number.”