Subject: Re: Sharia Police Chief Loses Job over Gang Rape
Come on, the Sharia Police Chief is a very "holy" muslim. He was sacked just
because three of his "holy" officers gang-raped a 20-year-old university
"Holy" muslims need fucking also.. right? But they committed illegal FUCKS.
"Holy" muslims can have four wives. If you don't believe, you can ask their
" Dr. Sir John Howard, wrote in message
> Banda Aceh. Zulkifli Zainon, the mayor of Langsa city in Aceh, officially
> dismissed the chief of the local Shariah Police, Syahril, on Wednesday
> over allegations that three of his officers gang-raped a 20-year-old
> university student.
> Syahril, who also acted as the city's public order chief, was formally
> removed from his post during an official ceremony on Tuesday. He was
> replaced by Syahbainur.
> Syahril has been transferred to the office of the Langsa administration,
> where he will hold no specific position.
> "It was only natural that there would be condemnation and pressure from
> various public elements, from community leaders, nongovernmental
> organizations and students, to fire the three [officers] and discharge the
> head of the public order command and Shariah Police," Zulkifki said
> following Tuesday's ceremony.
> "We in the government must be alert to see and respond to such demands to
> avoid unwanted consequences," he said.
> Syahril told the Jakarta Globe on Wednesday that he accepted his
> "There was a lot of pressure from the public and students to have me fired
> because of the actions of three of my subordinates," he said. "I'm
> responsible for my subordinates' actions. My dismissal is the consequence
> and impact of their deed."
> "Maybe it was my fault, not being able to control the Shariah Police
> members who committed this savagery," he added.
> Syahril said the three alleged rapists had not been fired from their
> contract positions with the Shariah Police, also known as Wilayatul
> Hisbah, pending a police investigation and a possible trial.
> Syahril said all three suspected rapists were married and had children.
> Police he said, continued to interrogate two of the suspects, identified
> only by their initials and ages as FA, 28, and MN, 29. The third suspect,
> identified as 27-year-old Dedi Setiawan, is still at large.
> Syahril said news of the alleged rape broke after the victim "cried in her
> mother's arms and told her she had been raped by three WH members."
> "The girl's mother had previously received a call from the police telling
> her to come to the police station to pick up her daughter," he said.
> He added that on Jan. 7, the student had been detained with her boyfriend
> near a traffic circle on the city ring road and the pair were brought in
> by the three police officers accused of the rape for "interrogation and
> "Around dusk the Shariah Police had finished questioning and re-educating
> them and asked for [the couple's] address so their parents could be
> contacted," Syahril said. "The couple refused to divulge the information,
> maybe because they were afraid their parents would find out. So they were
> told to spend the night in different rooms of the office."
> "Then, early Friday morning, we learned that the officers went back to
> rape the girl."
> Despite the scandal, the Shariah Police have continued to conduct patrols
> across the province, though the frequency of the patrols has been cut back
> to avoid a public backlash.
> "Now, you cannot see young people hugging their lovers on motorcycles or
> sitting close together in quiet places. Maybe this rape incident has
> served as a lesson to teach the public and parents to become more aware of
> the need to properly educate their children," Syahril said.
> Asked if the people of Langsa were frightened that members of the Shariah
> Police might commit similar crimes, Syahril said: "Possibly. But we hope
> this kind of shameful case will not happen again. My three subordinates
> have besmirched the name of the WH and the implementation of Islamic
> Shariah that is being promoted in Aceh."
> Aceh's deputy governor, Muhammad Nazar, said on Tuesday that there was no
> need to disband the province's Shariah Police because there was no legal
> obligation to do so.
> Dismissing calls for the Shariah Police to be disbanded over the case,
> Nazar said that the alleged rape was not the fault of the organization.
> "Just because some individuals do something wrong does not mean the
> institution should be disbanded," he said.
> "Those who did wrong simply need to face harsh punishment."