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05.04.2019; Brunei: SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH IMPOSES DEATH BY STONING OF GAYS
The celebrity clamour has been gathering pace since George Clonney's call for a boycott hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei follwing the change of laws in Brunei. However, there seems are complete silence form the British Royal Family and other world leaders in regard to this change.
Brunei could start whipping or stoning gay people to death, with thieves facing having hands or feet amputated from this month when strict new Sharia laws are introduced.
The tiny oil-rich nation already implements Sharia laws, with homosexuality punishable with up to ten years in prison, but have amended the laws to include whipping or stoning gay people to death, with thieves facing having hands or feet amputated from this month.
Brunei was the first East Asian country to introduce Islamic criminal law in 2014 when it announced the first of three stages of legal changes that included fines or jail for offences like pregnancy outside marriage or failing to pray on Friday.

05.10.2017; Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei: SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH OF BRUNEI
celebrates his Golden Jubilee 5 October 2017.
Guests included the Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
He became the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam on 5 October 1967, after his father abdicated. His coronation was held on 1 August 1968, and made him the Yang di-Pertuan (Head of State) of Brunei.
Ranked among the wealthiest individuals in the world, the Sultan is the wealthiest monarch.
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05.04.2019; Brunei: SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH IMPOSES DEATH BY STONING OF GAYS<br />
The celebrity clamour has been gathering pace since George Clonney's call for a boycott hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei follwing the change of laws in Brunei. However, there seems are complete silence form the British Royal Family and other world leaders in regard to this change.<br />
Brunei could start whipping or stoning gay people to death, with thieves facing having hands or feet amputated from this month when strict new Sharia laws are introduced.<br />
The tiny oil-rich nation already implements Sharia laws, with homosexuality punishable with up to ten years in prison, but have amended the laws to include whipping or stoning gay people to death, with thieves facing having hands or feet amputated from this month.<br />
Brunei was the first East Asian country to introduce Islamic criminal law in 2014 when it announced the first of three stages of legal changes that included fines or jail for offences like pregnancy outside marriage or failing to pray on Friday.<br />
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05.10.2017; Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei: SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH OF BRUNEI<br />
celebrates his Golden Jubilee 5 October 2017.<br />
Guests included the Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.<br />
He became the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam on 5 October 1967, after his father abdicated. His coronation was held on 1 August 1968, and made him the Yang di-Pertuan (Head of State) of Brunei.<br />
Ranked among the wealthiest individuals in the world, the Sultan is the wealthiest monarch.<br />
Mandatory Photo Credit: ©NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL<br />
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