Being throwing stone to death because of using mobile phone

Being throwing stone to death because of using mobile phone

A woman was thrown stone to death by her family member due to the order of a court in Pakistan because of possessing a mobile phone.
This is the latest case to endure the brutal punishment from ancient times.

The media reported that Arifa Bibi, a two-year-old mother, had been thrown stone bricks by her uncle, cousins ​​and many others until she died. Later, she was buried in a desert away from her village.

Arifa Bibi is not the only victim to suffer from this ancient punishment. However, the cause of her death is indeed quite rare.

(Illustrated image is not the victim in the blog mentioned)

The penalty of throwing stones to death is even considered legal and widely applied in at least 15 countries in the region, especially as it tends to increase in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Even in many cases, women who declare themselves raped may also be considered to admit guilt of having a wrong affair or relationship.

Among the recorded cases, there is one most typical case that, when repeated, many people still have to shudder. It was in 2008, 13-year-old Somalia girl Aisha Ibrahim Duhulow, was throwed stone by 50 men at the stadium in Kismayu in the presence of about 1,000 people.

Aisha’s father said she was raped by three men, but was accused of prostitution when reporting the incident to the rebel forces al-Shabaab who was taking control of the city.

Activists say women are often victims of this punishment, because women are often discriminated against. In adultery, men can hire a lawyer and easily escape the crime. In particular, trial trials are often unfair. Judgment is sometimes based only on confession by the victim’s own coercion, even based on the judgment of the judge rather than evidence.

Many people believe that this penalty is too cruel, but in fact, it still exists in many countries. Many feminist activists have carried out a global campaign against stoning to death. However, the road to help remove that ancient punishment is still very difficult and long-term.

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign, Former Pakistani Prime Minister N.Sharif was sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign, Former Pakistani Prime Minister N.Sharif was sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign in March 2019

According to Xinhua, the Pakistani government announced on December 26 that it will launch a campaign to fight terrorism and destroy terrorism targets nationally from March 2019.

Pakistani state secretary Shehryar Khan Afridi told the media that the government has decided to launch the National Action Plan, a comprehensive action plan to punish terrorists and support Counter-terrorism.

The announcement came after the assassination attempt was carried out on former senator and senior politician Syed Ali Raza Abidi, who was killed after being shot by an unknown terrorist in his house in Karachi. This is the fourth terrorist attack in Karachi within a month, raising serious concerns about the country’s anti-terrorism problems.

The Secretary of State said the government will also restore the National Terrorism Prevention Agency (NACTA), a national agency established to gather information dissemination and coordination among all relating institutions aimed at fighting terrorism and extremism.

Shehryar Khan Afridi said: “We will try to eliminate this type of issue from the country by joint efforts of all relevant institutions, including provinces and central government, and Those who want to destabilize the country will soon be identified “.

An anti-corruption court in Pakistan on 24 December sentenced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to 7 years in prison for corruption charges.

According to the indictment, Mr. Sharif failed to prove the source of income to own a steel factory in Saudi Arabia.

Earlier, July 6, the same court sentenced him to 10 years in prison for corruption charges related to the purchase of luxury apartments in London. However, on September 19, the Supreme Court of Pakistan decided to postpone the execution of the sentence in July and allowed Mr Sharif to pay bail until a final decision was made.

Nawaz Sharif was deposed by the Pakistan Supreme Court in July 2017 with allegations of corruption, becoming Pakistan’s 15th prime minister “off the road”. The Supreme Court of Pakistan then banned a permanent ban on his election. Mr Sharif said the allegations were politically motivated.