Stop Brunei's sultan Stop Sharia law #boycottbrunie

Stop Brunei's sultan Stop Sharia law #boycottbrunie

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The Brunei Sultanate is following in the footsteps of ISIS to apply the Islamic Sharia law, which calls for the killing of the apostate ,stoning the adulterous , the homosexual and cutting off the hand of the thief and it will be applied to the Muslim and non-Muslim in violation of human rights charters, so we call for taking the necessary action to deter it.

Based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 18 (1,2,3) and articles (2,14)
Based on the United Nations General Assembly resolution
36/55 of 25 November 1981
1981 Declaration of the General Assembly

the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(UDHR), the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against
Women (CEDAW), which your Excellency’s Government ratified on 24 May 2006, and
the 1981 United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and
of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief (1981 Declaration) – in particular, as they
relate to the prohibition of discrimination, the right to privacy, the right to life, the
prohibition of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, the
right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, equality between men and women.
Defining adultery and consensual same sex relations as criminal offenses, such as
is done in the Syariah Penal Code Order, result in discrimination and violence against
women and persons based on their perceived or actual sexual orientation or gender
identity. The right to be free from discrimination is enshrined in article 2 of the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and codified in all human rights treaties, whileCEDAW guarantees equality to women. The definition of sexual relations between
consenting adults as criminal offenses should be regarded as an unlawful interference
with the right to privacy of the individuals concerned, such as defined in article 12 of the
UDHR

death
penalty is incompatible with the right to life as reflected in article 3 of the UDHR. The
universal nature of this right has been reiterated in numerous United Nations resolutions,
thematic and country-specific reports by Special Rapporteurs and treaty bodies, including
by the United Nations Human Rights Committee

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