Lawyer for Muslima who murdered American mother in Abu Dhabi mall says non-Muslim witnesses should be disregarded
“Lawyer of ‘Reem Island Ghost’ claims non-Muslim witnesses should be disregarded,” by Neil Halligan, Arabian Business, June 17, 2015 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
The lawyer representing the woman charged with murdering a teacher in an Abu Dhabi mall has challenged the testimonies of the non-Muslim witnesses, arguing that they are ‘invalid’ under Sharia Law.
Abdulqader Al Haithami, who is representing Alaa Al Hashemi, argued that the testimonies of those witnesses who are not Muslim should be disregarded, according to a report in The National newspaper.
“The law states cases of murder according to Sharia law are not proven unless they are pleaded by the council of judges, testimony of two male witnesses, or by the oath. The oath taken by the witnesses is invalid as they are not Muslim,” he said.
Emirati Alaa Bader Abdullah Al Hashemi (30) is on trial at the Federal Supreme Court accused of stabbing Ibolya Ryan (37) to death in a toilet cubicle in Boutik Mall on Reem Island on December 1 last year.
Al Hashemi was also charged with making an explosive device with the aim of harming others, creating an online account to promote terrorist ideas, spreading information that harmed the country and donating funds to a terrorist organisation.
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