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Pakistan Wants To Bring Back Public Executions After Rape and Murder of 6-Year-Old Girl

Lawmakers and citizens want to execute pedophiles “by public hanging” in Pakistan.

Recent reports in Pakistan has confirmed that the country’s senate has been asked to pass a bill to bring back public executions by hanging as punishment for criminals who rape or kidnap children under 14 years old.

The clamor comes because of a public outrage following the rape and murder of Zainab Ansari, 6, whose body was “left in a rubbish dump in Kasur, East Pakistan, after she was snatched while on her way to a class,” the DailyMail reported.

Rehman Malik, Chairman of the Standing Committee on the Interior, said that a law amendment has already been approved by his committee and will be forwarded to the senate.

Currently, Section 364-A of the Pakistan Penal Code Act 1860 says “Whoever kidnaps or abducts any person under [the age of fourteen] in order that such person may be murdered or subjected to grievous hurt… or to the lust of any person shall be punished with death.”

6-year-old Zainib Ansari was brutally raped and murdered in Kasur, Pakistan.

The new amendment seeks to change that by adding the words “by hanging publicly” after “death”.

Imran Ali, who raped and killed the poor girl, has since been arrested and has confessed to his crimes.

His DNA has also matched samples found on the victim’s body.

An angry mob surrounded the suspect’s house.

In an interview with Al Jazeera, a police district official said:

“The suspect’s name is Imran and he lives in the same [area] where Zainab lived.

“He was arrested before, but was released as we did not have evidence. After that he shaved his beard off so that no one could recognise him.”

According to the DailyMail, Zainib was “snatched in early January as she walked to a Koran class.”

Meanwhile, Mohammed Amin and Nusrat Ansari, Zainib’s parents, were on a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia at the time.

Zainib and her siblings were being watched by her uncles and aunts.

The young girl’s death drove many people to protest and plead for justice in her behalf.

Thousands of people attended the funeral of Zainib Ansari in Kasur, Pakistan.

According to Sahil, an organization that documents child abuse cases in Pakistan, there were 4,139 cases of child sexual abuse reported in 2016. To make it worse, many cases, said Munizae Bano, executive director of Sahil, remain unreported.

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Iceland To Ban Male Circumcision and Punish Offenders With Imprisonment

The said bill has since sparked controversy and debate.

Iceland is set to become the first European country to ban male circumcision with a new bill before the parliament proposing a 6-year imprisonment for any person who performs it for non medical purposes. The bill has since gained mixed reactions, with Jewish and Muslim leaders getting outraged about it.

According to the bill, male circumcision is very similar to female genital mutilation (FGM) which is widely prohibited in Europe. Iceland has officially banned FGM way back 2005.

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Woman Sues California For Not Acknowledging Bigfoot As Existing Species

The woman claimed to have spotted Bigfoot recently, but no one would believe her.

There have been numerous stories about Bigfoot sightings, but somehow the popular American folklore creature remains a myth. That's not to say no one will fight to prove that Bigfoot or Sasquatch does exist.

One San Bernardino County, California resident named Claudia Ackley is just one of the many people who claimed to have seen Bigfoot. But since authorities did not believe Ackley's story about her recent encounter with the mysterious creature, she decided to sue the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife for not recognizing Sasquatch as a species.

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Russian ‘Virginity Dealers’ Recruit And Sell Young Girls To Wealthy Businessmen

Some women even put up their own adverts.

We've heard about women auctioning off their virginity. Anyone who bids the highest gets to sleep with a virgin girl. In Russia, however, ladies as young as 17 are being recruited and then paired up with rich men online.

These specialist dealers, as they are being referred to in a report that appeared in Bumaga, scout teen, virgin women and arrange for them to meet with wealthy businessmen. The report also claimed that these specialists will take home a portion of the fee for making the arrangements. Some of them are reportedly making thousands of pounds for each successful pairing.

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