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Saudi "legal" serial killer

Isn't he a serial killer ? regardless of how some may interrupt it or legitimise it, Penal code in Islam are crystal clear especially if you deeply digg after it's explanation you will be able to remove the rust that some scholars caused, were you will find how hard and strict it's conditions which makes it very unlikely to be popular.

Again regardless of the faith you hold, being executioner should be something to be proud of or at least shouldn't be easy to talk about.'




MEMRI TV
First TV host: Do you cut off hands, or do you just do beheadings?

Abdallah Al-Bishi: Yes, yes. I carry out the punishment of cutting off thieves' hands, as well as the cutting off of a hand and a leg on alternate sides, as is written in the Koran.


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  1. I agree that it shouldn't be something a normal person enjoys talking about especially on TV. But I don't see him as a serial killer. Not that I can imagine how can someone have it as his career.

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  2. Shaden,
    Maybe I should have used Legal serial killer Opps I already did.
    According to Wikipedia serial killer defined as :

    Wikipedia - A serial killer is someone who commits three or more murders over an extended period of time with cooling-off periods in between. In between their crimes, they appear to be quite normal

    I'm not a solicitor but if you do replace Murders with to-dos and if you replace crimes with duties then it's very legal to say he's a legal serial killer.

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