Brunei announces death by stoning for gay sex and adultery will not be enforced.
While the world is fixated on Brunei’s plan to fully implement Islamic Sharia law, which will see draconian punishments such as stoning to death for offences such as adultery and sodomy, as well as amputation for theft, Asean has remained silent on the matter. How disappointing.
The US criticises Brunei’s decision to implement Islamic laws against homosexuality.
Por Senchey military police arrest an army officer accused of assaulting his wife.
Por Senchey district military police on arrested an army officer accused of assaulting his wife and threatening to kill his in-laws after the latter threatened to expose the officer’s adultery on Facebook.
A senior investigator with rights group Adhoc confirms that a member of the Adhoc five has been summoned by the Phnom Penh Court to attend a hearing regarding bribery allegations linked to former opposition leader Kem Sokha’s past adultery case.
Sos Ty, chief of the Muslim village where the raids occurred, denies any of the Cambodian-Muslim women are involved.
Parti Islam se-Malaysia is hopeful that it can win 40 of parliament’s 222 seats, enough to place it in the position of kingmaker.
A 38-year-old farmer is arrested for allegedly killing his pregnant wife by slitting her throat with a cleaver after accusing her of adultery.