Sultan of Brunei lashes out at foreign criticism of looming implementation of Sharia law’s amputations and stonings as punishments: Sharia law is “a great achievement and not a backward step’” || by Pamela Geller


The “moderate” “westernized” Sultan expresses what my colleagues and I have long known and warned of: the sharia is the desired system of governance that Muslims which to impose “on all races.”

Sultan of Brunei hits back at foreign criticism of looming implementation of Sharia law that will introduce amputations and stonings as punishments

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah said all races should unite under Sharia law
He said introduction is ‘a great achievement and not a backward step’
Harsh penalties include stoning for adultery and amputation fro theft
Punishments can be applied to non-Muslim residents of Brunei

By Daily Mail Reporter, March 6, 2014

The sultan of Brunei has rejected foreign criticism of the countries impending introduction of a form of strict Islamic Sharia law, saying it is not a backwards step.
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah said all races should unite under Sharia law and that the new penal code was a ‘great achievement’ for the small Southeast Asian nation.
Starting in April, Brunei will begin implementing a version of Sharia that allows for penalties such as amputation for theft and stoning for adultery.

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Islamic law: Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, pictured with his wife at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, said all races should unite under Sharia law, and that it is a great achievement for Brunei to implement it…

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