From the Truth Voice:
Bangladeshi 14-year-old Hena Akhter was convicted of adultery, and, according to Sharia Law, sentenced to 101 lashes. She dropped after 70, and was taken to a hospital, where she died one week later. She was raped by her 42-year-old cousin, Mahbub Khan, who was married. Mahbub’s wife decided to take the case to the local imam who sentenced the rape victim to 101 lashes during which she was killed. This case, from 2011 demonstrates the brutal violation of women’s rights in countries where Sharia law is practiced all over the Middle East, Asia and Africa (Some Sharia law now practiced in Muslims conclaves in Europe) . Throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa in countries where Sharia laws and Hadith are practiced, rape is considered the woman’s fault and “shame” to the whole family of the victims. Under Sharia law rape or extramarital sex is considered “zina” which is punished by one hundred lashes and stoning to death. In the Arab-Muslim world rape victims are often murdered by their own family members on “charges” of adultery as a “honor killing” in order to save the family honor.