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    Saudi Woman Beheaded For " Witchcraft "

    Witchcraft, in historical, anthropological, religious, and mythological contexts, is the alleged use of supernatural
    or magical powers. A witch (from Old English wicca masculine, wicce feminine) is a practitioner of witchcraft.

    Woman beheaded for being a WITCH under Islamic Sharia Law in the year 2011.

    On Oct 30 2011 a Sudanese man was beheaded by the Saudi government for being a wizard


    On Dec 13 2011 a 60 year old woman was executed for practicing sorcery and witchcraft.

    The news reported on December 13th 2011 a woman was executed by beheading for practicing witch craft and sorcery
    in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Two months ago a Sudanese was also beheaded for being a sorcerer and practicing magic.

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    This is the same religion that many Muslims are proselytizing to idiots in the West and other places.
    Imagine someone, like those buffoons dawahfilms and dawahaddict, converting or reverting to a backward 7th century
    type of thinking. Who would convert or revert to religion that is afraid of witches in today's culture? It is like
    the old style Christianity that was practiced in the 7th century not in the modern world.

    Beheading is common under Sharia law for things like sorcery and apostasy, and other offensives.

    One Australian man is under arrest for blasphemy and the country of Australia has stepped in to help him.

    It is so hard to believe that many Muslims and converts to Islam want to introduce Shariah law in the UK, USA, Canada,
    Germany, France, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, Russia and the United Kingdom.

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    A Saudi woman was beheaded after being convicted of practicing "witchcraft and sorcery," according to the Saudi Interior Ministry,
    at least the second such execution for sorcery this year.
    The woman, Amina bint Abdulhalim Nassar, was executed in the northern Saudi province of al-Jawf on Monday.
    A source close to the Saudi religious police told Arab newspaper al Hayat that authorities who searched Nassar's home found
    a book about witchcraft, 35 veils and glass bottles full of "an unknown liquid used for sorcery" among her possessions.
    According to reports, authorities said Nassar claimed to be a healer and would sell a veil and three bottles for 1500 riyals, or about $400.
    According to the ministry, Nassar's death sentence was upheld by an appeals court and the Saudi Supreme Judicial Council.
    Philip Luther, the interim direct of Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa program, condemned Nassar's killing, calling it "deeply shocking."
    "The charges of 'witchcraft and sorcery' are not defined as crimes in Saudi Arabia and to use them to subject someone to
    the cruel and extreme penalty of execution is truly appalling," Luther said.
    Luther said that a charge of sorcery is often used by the Saudi government as a smokescreen under which they punish people
    for exercising freedom of speech.
    Nassar was not the first person to be executed for alleged witchcraft by the Saudi government this year. In September,
    a Sudanese man was publicly decapitated with a sword in the city of Medina after he was found guilty of the same crime.
    According to Amnesty International, at least 79 people have been executed in Saudi Arabia so far in 2011, more than three
    times as many as in 2010. The human rights group condemned the kingdom's reliance on capital punishment.

    "Where the death penalty is used, under international law it should only be applied to the most serious crimes," Luther said.
    The Saudi embassy in Washington did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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