Sharia mandates stoning, but it also forbids criticism of Islam. If the West criticizes stoning, then that criticism must be stopped, in accord with Sharia. But stoning must not be stopped, because it also is in accord with Sharia. “Iran Infuriated By Brutal Stoning Film,” by Lisa Holland for SkyNews, October 15:
A film portraying the real-life stoning of an Iranian woman is opening in London, but it’s a film the Iranian government does not want the world to see.
It depicts a brutal form of punishment still sanctioned by Iran’s current hard-line regime.
The film’s director claims some European governments have been reluctant to support it – fearful of antagonising Iran’s regime, already at loggerheads with the west.
The film The Stoning Of Soraya M is based on the true story of a woman brutally killed after being falsely accused of adultery.
Soraya is stoned to death in her Iranian village under Islamic Sharia law.
The film’s director, Cyrus Nowrasteh, has dedicated the screening to Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani currently facing execution by stoning or hanging in Iran for adultery….