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What is more, homosexuality is not illegal according to Egyptian law. Even so, these men risk harsh punishment.
Even so, these men risk harsh punishment.
This really is a harsh punishment, use of which is often over the top, as it is sometimes meted out for minor and very dubious offences.
I have heard your people dole out some pretty harsh - punishments to sinners.
The Singapore Government has also shown that it will not hesitate to mete out what some might consider harsh punishments to individuals or groups who commit acts that promote feelings of ill will and hostility between different races and religions.
c) The Schools Act protects students from harsh punishment by teachers and other school officials.
Concern was expressed that the woman might face harsh punishment since she had already been deported on two previous occasions, but managed each time to return to her children in the neighbouring country.
Confucianism has been combined with Legalism, China's other main political tradition, to justify such practices as blind obedience to the ruler, subordination of women, and the use of harsh punishments.
For the above incidents, it has been proposed that PAOK should receive the extremely harsh punishment of playing three home games from which its supporters are barred, which may cost Thessaloniki's historic team points.
Harsh punishments are carried out under the sharia law for transgressing social mores, including stoning for adultery.