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1  Fun Zone / The Video Zone / Strongest man in Egypt (with 4 wives) has sex 15 times/day on: November 18, 2014, 08:07:30 PM

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4  Image Zone / Funny Pictures / Hold on Tight on: November 11, 2014, 12:10:41 PM
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8  General Category / The Newsroom / Forceful sex is not rape: High Court on: November 05, 2014, 12:09:07 PM
In a verdict set to generate debate on the element of “consent”, the Delhi High Court has overturned conviction of a man in a rape and murder case, saying even if the sexual intercourse with the 65-year-old woman was forceful, it was “not forcible and contrary to the wishes and consent of the deceased”.

A Division Bench of the High Court said in its judgment delivered this past week that though the forceful penetration was evident from the injuries on her private parts, there was no other injury mark on the body of the deceased or on the man, who challenged his conviction in the Court, to show that there was no protest by the woman.

The Bench, comprising Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice Mukta Gupta, said it was evident from the medico-legal examination of appellant Achey Lal and post-mortem of the deceased that both of them had consumed alcohol.

“...the deceased was around 65-70 years, thus beyond the age of menopause. We find force in the contention of the learned counsel for the appellant that even if the sexual intercourse was forceful, it was not forcible,” said the Court in its six-page judgment.

The trial court had awarded life term to Achey Lal on charges of raping the woman while he was in an inebriated state, resulting in her death. Allowing his appeal, the High Court said the post-mortem report had proved beyond reasonable doubt that the woman too had consumed alcohol before she was subjected to sexual intercourse.

The Court ruled that the appellant could not be held guilty for offence under Section 302 (murder) of Indian Penal code as he “neither had any intention nor knowledge” that such a forceful act of sexual intercourse would cause the death of the woman. Consequently, he was acquitted of the murder charges as well.

The trial court had in 2011 awarded life imprisonment to Achey Lal and imposed a fine of Rs.10,000 on him, while holding that he had committed rape of a woman older than his age whom he used to call his mother.

According to the prosecution’s arguments, the woman was working as a domestic help in several houses in Majnu Ka Tila locality in North Delhi. When she was found dead at her residence in December 2010, an empty bottle of liquor was found near her body.

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9  General Category / General Discussion / Does Quran allow Rape? on: October 28, 2014, 09:22:54 PM
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10  General Category / The Newsroom / Pakistani court upholds death sentence for Christian woman accused of .... on: October 22, 2014, 10:54:14 PM
Pakistani court upholds death sentence for Christian woman accused of insulting Islam

Asia Bibi was harvesting berries in Pakistan five years ago when she took the drink of water that could cost her her life.

A Christian in the Muslim-dominated and increasingly intolerant nation, the mother of five was quickly assailed by the other women working the field in a tiny village in the Punjab province. First they said they would not drink from the same water bucket as a Christian. Later, they told police Bibi had insulted the Muslim Prophet Mohammad. The crime, blasphemy, is punishable by death.

Bibi, who denies insulting Mohammad and maintains her co-workers falsely accused her, was convicted in 2010. Last week, despite an international outcry, a court in Lahore upheld the verdict and affirmed the sentence that Bibi be hanged. The 50-year-old has 30 days to appeal to the nation's highest court.

“This is a grave injustice,” said David Griffiths, Amnesty International’s deputy Asia Pacific director. “Asia Bibi should never have been convicted in the first place – still less sentenced to death – and the fact that she could pay with her life for an argument is sickening.”

Griffiths said the blasphemy laws being used to prosecute Bibi violate international law.

Christians make up less than 2 percent of Pakistan's 180 million population, and they have been persecuted at an alarming rate in recent years as the Taliban and other Islamist groups have become more powerful. Qanta Ahmed, a British-born Pakistani human rights activist and author of "In the Land of Invisible Women," said those accused of blasphemy are usually dealt with by mobs and not the justice system.

"The vast majority of those being accused of blasphemy don't even make it to execution," Ahmed said. "They are usually lynched or murdered in custody."

Continued here: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/10/21/pakistani-court-upholds-death-sentence-for-christian-woman-accused-insulting/

"I don't think it's about the Christians or Christian beliefs," Ahmed continued. "This is about the majority, the ferocious Islamists who are enormously intolerant and when you're intolerant who do you target? The vulnerable, disenfranchised, oppressed members of society."
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