Mofo wrote:I wonder what kind a whip they use. Do you know that people can die from less wipping?
Never have been interested... Any corporal punishment is outrageous, we are not in medieval times any more
Whippings are not done in sadistic ways.
Whippings are usually conducted after the Friday prayers at a masjid front yard. Before the punishment is done, the wrong doer is treated very well. After the Friday prayers, the wrong doer is taken to the masjid front yard, and without a lot of ceremonies, the punishment is then conducted as quickly as possible.
After the punishment is conducted, then the person is taken to the hospital and treated well by a medical team.
The punishment is done as well as possible. It’s only the executor’s right hand swinging, NOT his left hand or other body parts. So, one lash after another over the wrong doer is not as strong as a ball from the pitcher in a basketball game which gets additional power from the swinging of left hand, legs and other body parts.
The whip is made of a rattan stick so that the whippings won’t get the acceleration power due to flexible movements. In other words, the power of the executioners is not full.
Don’t imagine that the whipping is just like presented by The Passion of the Christ
movie. The Roman people went too far. They did the whipping as hard as they can with flexible tools as well as sharp edged tools. That was really sadistic and unacceptable.
USUALLY, in the evening, a news reader reads the news about the whipping. The announcement is done wisely. The news reader reads the news in a soft intonation
without any commercial breaks. In other words, the wrong doer is punished but s/he is not treated as the garbage of society.
And the most important thing is that before the punishment conducted, the health condition of the wrong doer is examined first to make sure whether or not s/he is ready for the punishment.
Thank you very much.