HUDOOD ORDINANCE PDF

In the Code, section shall stand repealed. Presiding Officer of Court to be Muslim. The Presiding Officer of the Court by which a case is tried, or an appeal is heard, under this Ordinance shall be a Muslim: Provided that, if the accused is a non-Muslim, the Presiding Officer may be a non-Muslim. Saving Nothing in this Ordinance shall be deemed to apply to the cases pending before any Court immediately before the commencement of this Ordinance, or to offences committed before such commencement.

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In the Code, section shall stand repealed. Presiding Officer of Court to be Muslim. The Presiding Officer of the Court by which a case is tried, or an appeal is heard, under this Ordinance shall be a Muslim: Provided that, if the accused is a non-Muslim, the Presiding Officer may be a non-Muslim. Saving Nothing in this Ordinance shall be deemed to apply to the cases pending before any Court immediately before the commencement of this Ordinance, or to offences committed before such commencement.

Oridnance to override other Laws. The provisions of this Ordinance shall have effect nothwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force. Zina bil Jabr 1 A person is said to commit zina-bil-jabrif he or she has sexual inter-course with a woman or man, as the case may be, to whom he or she is not validly married, in any of the following circumstances, namely:- a against the will of the victim; b without the consent of the victim; c with the consent of the victim, when the consent has been obtained by putting the victim in fear of death or of hurt; or d with the consent of the victim , when the offender knows that the offender is not validly married to the victim and that the consent is given because the victim believes that the offender is another person to who the victim is or believes herself or himself to be validly married.

Explanation: Penetration is sufficient to constitute the sexual inter-course necessary to the offence of zina-bil-jabr. Punishment for Zina or zina-bil-jabr where convit is not an adult. A person guilty of zina or zina-bil-jabr shall, if he is not an adult, be punished wiht imprisonment of either description for a term whic may extend to five years, or with fine, or with both, and may also be awarded the punishment of whipping not exceeding thirty stripes: Provided that, in the case of zina-bil-jabr, if the offender is not under the age of fifteen years, the punishment of whipping shall be awarded with or without any other punishment.

Zina or zina-bil-jabr liable to tazir.

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Hudood Ordinance and its effects on women

With the rise of feminism wave in recent years, many organizations have voiced about women rights and empowerment. It is a much-needed voice. The March of this year grabbed my attention and I observed many pictures from Karachi and Lahore with women holding banners, posters, and placards. Yes, there were some important messages about honor killing, domestic violence, and individual freedom.

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Hudood Ordinances

The most controversial of these are the two laws pertaining to sexual offences, i. These laws created six distinct categories of sexual offences and assigned punishments for each: 1 zina liable to hadd; 2 zina liable to tazir; 3 zina-bil-jabr liable to hadd; 4 zina-bil-jabr liable to tazir; 5 qazf liable to hadd; and 6 qazf liable to tazir. The introduction of these laws resulted in the offences of rape and adultery in the Pakistan Penal Code PPC to be repealed as they were substituted by these offences. The primary distinction between the hadd and tazir offenses is that the hadd offences require a higher standard of proof than is needed in tazir as the Islamic punishments are more severe. For example, under the Zina Ordinance, zina was liable to a hadd penalty if the accused confessed before the trial court or if there were four adult Muslim male witnesses who met an Islamic test of probity, i. The hadd punishment given to such an adulterer was stoning to death while the penalty for a fornicator was public whipping of lashes.

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