Punishments - including executions - are carried out in public
[b]The United Nations Committee against Torture has criticised Saudi Arabia over the amputations and floggings it carries out under Sharia Islamic law.
At a meeting in Geneva, the committee said such penalties violated international conventions against cruel and degrading treatment.[/b]
The criticism was presented to Saudi delegates who immediately rejected it, saying Sharia law expressly forbade torture.
The same people who drove school girls back into a burning building for not having on the proper clothing.
[IMG]http://www.theunholytrinity.org/cracks_smileys/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/IMG]Islamic Law, a peaceful and loving philosophy.