Is the Quran (Islam) unjust for condemning woman to death for “lewdness”?

Question by Madness: Is the Quran (Islam) unjust for condemning woman to death for “lewdness”?
Quran 4:15 “If any of your women are guilty of lewdness, Take the evidence of four (Reliable) witnesses from amongst you against them; and if they testify, confine them to houses until death do claim them, or Allah ordain for them some (other) way.”

This verse is absurd, unjust and flawed at the same time. First, lets look at the workability of this legal edict. Any lawyer will tell you that, in order for a statute (law) to be workable, it needs to be clear, all ambigious terms need to be defined.

So, what exactly is “lewdness”? The Quran never defines this word, which means that insecure little Islamic men get to make up what qualifies as “lewedness”. Maybe walking to close to a man is “lewd”. Maybe speaking to a man is lewd. Who knows…the Quran doesnt say.

Ok, so its poorly written…what about the whole absurd concept? Well, keep in mind, Islam is a culture that forbids heterosseexual norms. No dating…no dancing…not even any “mingling”.
What verses (legal edicts) like this do is help to supress heterosexual culure and aid in the maintaince of H0M0ISLAMIC dominance, where the woman are separated from the men, and the supressed heterozexual energy is used as fuel for Jihad.

Best answer:

Answer by Timeless pagan
Yes, all the time.

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