Israel daily YNet reported on June 16, 2011 that a Jerusalem rabbinical court recently sentenced a wandering dog (considered an impure animal by Halacha) to death by stoning. The cruel sentence stemmed from the suspicion that the spirit of a famous secular lawyer, who insulted the court’s judges 20 years ago, had been transferred into the dog’s body.
The judgement was probably based on Exodus 21:28: “If a bull gores a man or a woman to death, the bull must be stoned to death, and its meat must not be eaten. But the owner of the bull will not be held responsible”.
“The dog entered the Monetary Affairs Court near the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Mea Shearim. The dog scared the court’s visitors and, to their surprise, refused to leave even after they attempted to drive him away. One of the judges suddenly recalled that about 20 years ago, a famous secular lawyer who insulted the court was cursed by the panel of judges, who wished that his spirit would move on to the body of a dog. The lawyer passed away several years ago. Still offended, one of the judges sentenced the poor animal to death by stoning, recruiting the neighborhood’s children to carry out the order. Luckily, the dog managed to escape,” reported YNet.
The barbaric sentence was not reported by the western ‘moral’ media outlets because this (Jewish) vengeance was carried out in Zionist entity and not in ( Islamic) Iran.
The incident proves that Jews, like Christian and Hindus, also believe in re-incarnation which is totally against Islamic law.
The Islamophobes love to bash Islam for recommending stoning as punishment for adultery. However, they’re ignorant of the fact that the Bible calls for stoning not only on adultery, but also for stoning on a whole range of issues! For example, anyone who blasphemes the name of Lord must be put to death by stoning (Leviticus 24:16); both man and woman involved in sex out of marriage (Deuteronomy 17:2-5 and 22:23-24); anyone who entices you worship other gods than yours (Deuteronomy 13:6-10), for a stubborn and rebellious or drunkard son (Deuteronomy 21:18-21), a a medium or spiritist man and woman (Leviticus 20:27) and so on.