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They enforce a strict interpretation of Shariah law.Shariah law explicitly forbids homosexuality — the punishment for those “found guilty” is at a judge’s discretion, and may be punished by death.’ Writing in 2014, the Somali artist and writer Diriye Osman, now resident in the UK, says to come out in Somalia one must be prepared for, ‘…physical abuse, ceaseless harassment, imprisonment or death.’ Osman’s own family threatened him with violence upon learning that he is gay. murdered two individuals on account of their sexual orientation.” Erasing 76 Crimes comment: Those two killings are described as murders, but they might better be labeled as executions, since they were done by the group in charge in that region.Trade playing cards or watching television on Sunday afternoons for a Halaqa.
Or consider switching shifts at work so that you're home when the kids are. Whether it's in the car during a traffic jam, early morning after Fajr, or right before you go to bed, read the Quran with a translation and/or Tafseer. You will, Insha Allah, reconnect with Allah, and in the long run, develop into a role model helping your whole family, not just your teen, reconnect with Him too.
(See, for example, “Bogus hanging in Iran, bogus tweets in Egypt” and “Series of public hangings in Iran, including 2 for sodomy.”)Saudi Arabia is No.
3 among the world’s most avid executioners, with 90 in 2014.
Our list and the ILGA list only disagree about the number of places where those executions have occurred recently, because the facts are murky. 2 in the world for frequency of executions of any kind, behind China.
Those include executions for homosexual activity, although the facts are often unclear or misrepresented in such cases.