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hello, welcome to the curious head, sign up and leave a like. Last Tuesday, the 6th, the Indonesian Parliament approved a law that makes sex outside of marriage a crime – and the punishment can be up to 1 year in prison. This feat is part of a series of changes that, for the rest of the world, represent a huge setback for society and the rights of the country’s population. If you are in Indonesia and practice a sexual act without being married, be aware – the new legislation is valid for Indonesians, foreigners and tourists alike.

Allegations of premarital sex may be made by the partner or parents of the person who committed the “crime”. Adultery – sex outside of marriage with a third person – will also be a punishable crime. Indonesia now joins the list of countries that treat the laws governing sex and relationships very severely. Were you curious to know who the others are? Check out! 1. Qatar, the current host country of the 2022 World Cup builds on Zina laws to criminalize sex outside of marriage. The term Zina means “voluntary sexual intercourse between a man and a woman not married to each other”. These laws are based on the Islamic law tradition, which classifies sexual intercourse, premarital pregnancy and adultery as crimes punishable by imprisonment of up to 1 year. Muslim offenders receive an additional penalty of flogging, while married Muslims who commit adultery can be sentenced to death by stoning. 2. Afghanistan, The country, currently under the control of the Taliban Islamic fundamentalist organization, punishes premarital sex and adultery by stoning the accused to death. In August 2010, a young couple were stoned and killed by hundreds of villagers in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan for engaging in premarital sex.

3. Iran, In Iran, sexual intimacy is only acceptable within the institution of marriage. The Iranian Penal Code determines that the penalty for fornication outside of marriage is flogging, stipulating 100 lashes for women and unmarried men who commit the crime.

4. Saudi Arabia, Just like Qatar, Saudi Arabia is also one of the countries where premarital sex is illegal based on Zina laws. However, in the Arab country, the authority requires 4 respectable people who witnessed the actual act of penetration in order to prove the crime. Flogging is the most common punishment for those who commit this type of crime in the country.

5. Somalia, Somalia is one of the few African countries that follows Islamic law and makes sex outside of marriage a criminal offence. Those convicted by the courts of Sharia — the Islamic law that is part of the faith derived from the Qur’an and the hadith, the record of the prophet Muhammad’s words and deeds — face brutal punishment. In 2008, a young woman was killed when she was pelted with stones following a conviction for adultery.

6. Philippines Despite not being an Islamic country, premarital sex is also prohibited in the Philippines. In the country, adultery – defined as “consensual sexual intercourse between a married woman and a man who is not her husband” – as well as the related act of concubinage – when a man and a woman live together without being married – are considered crimes under the Philippine Penal Code.

7. Pakistan In Pakistan, premarital sex and adultery are crimes under the Hudood Law, which is nothing more than the Islamic concept of punishments based on Sharia, already mentioned above. The country sets a maximum death penalty for adultery, although only imprisonment and corporal punishment have actually been imposed. Sex before marriage can also be punished with up to 5 years in prison.

8. Sudan, The Muslim majority country also has a Sharia law system and criminalizes premarital sex and adultery. The punishment is by stoning the accused to death. In 2012, Intisar Sharif Abdallah, a young mother of one, was found guilty of adultery and sentenced to death by stoning.

9. Malaysia, In Malaysia, Sharia law makes it illegal for unmarried Muslims to meet “behind closed doors” or have premarital sex. This constitutes a crime known as “khalwat” or “close proximity”, which carries a maximum fine of 1,000 ringgit, and up to 6 months in prison. In 2009, 26 unmarried Muslim couples were arrested in hotel rooms during Operation Valentine – a police action aimed at curbing illegal premarital sex in the country.
10. Egypt,Egypt also follows the same lines of Sharia law, and prohibits sex before or outside marriage. In 2017, Dohaa Salah, an Egyptian presenter, was sentenced to 3 years in prison for discussing the topic on her television show. She was convicted of denying public decency and ordered to pay 10,000 Egyptian pounds (in compensation by a court in Cairo. Until the next video.


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