Five women who were accused and convicted of adultery in Hargeisa, Somalia, were publicly stoned to death by cheerful villagers. The punitive measures enforced for this religious conviction were executed shortly after evening prayers. United Nations (UN) officials who witnessed the incident were helpless, as they feared for their lives.
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• secularislam,The St. Petersburg Declaration,[Online] Available at:www.centerforinquiry.net,[Accessed on 11 Dcember 2013]
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