Cruel and Usual Punishment
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|Subject||Women in Muslim societies|
|LC Class||KBP173.25 .D37 2008|
In the book about Sharia Law, Darwish writes about divorce under Sharia, which can be granted and refused only by a man. The book also covers different punishments like beheading, stoning, amputation of limbs or flogging, which can be meted out according to Islamic law for crimes such as apostasy (leaving Islam), adultery, theft or alcohol consumption.
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- Goddard, John (2009-02-15). "Man charged in beheading; Founder of Buffalo TV station aimed at depicting Muslims in positive light accused of killing wife". The Star. Retrieved 2009-10-05.
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