We have a new outrage produced by the Sharia courts. This one comes from Saudi Arabia where a judge sees no reason why he should stop at “an eye for an eye” when he might be able to order a spine for a spine. “Judge” Saoud bin Suleiman al-Youssef asked hospitals to inform him of whether they can perform an operation to paralyze the man.
The judge in northwestern Tabuk province asked hospitals for assistance in paralyzing a man in an operation as punishment for his paralyzing of a man two years ago. One hospital has already responded that such an operation is possible — apparently dismissing issues under the Hippocratic Oath.
Abdul-Aziz al-Mutairi, 22, was paralyzed and lost a foot after a fight more than two years ago with the defendant. Notably, the defendant already was sentenced to up to 14 months in prison, but was released after seven months in an amnesty. He is now a professor at a university. The family returned to court to demand the right of “an eye for an eye” as guaranteed under Sharia law.