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Saudi preacher spared after raping
A prominent Saudi Arabian preacher who raped his 5yearold daughter before torturing her to death has been spared a death sentence or even a lengthy prison term after agreeing to pay blood money to the slain girls mother.
Fayhan alGhamdi, a former drug addict who rose to national prominence as an Islamic television preacher, was arrested last November and charged with brutally raping and torturing 5yearold Lama alGhamdi to death. According to a medical report, the little girl had been tortured with whips, electric shocks and an iron. She had broken arms, a broken back and a fractured skull. She died on October 22.
According to social worker Randa alKaleeb, Lama had been raped everywhere. Hospital staff told the girls mother that her daughters rectum had been torn open and the abuser had attempted to burn it closed, Agence FrancePresse reports.
It wasnt the first time that alGhamdi abused his daughter. Last April, he was accused of torturing her so badly that her skull was fractured and she sustained brain damage.
AlGhamdi was jailed for a short period, but the judge ruled that the prosecution could only seek to compel him to pay blood money to Lamas mother. That, combined with time served, led to the killers freedom.
In Saudi Arabia, a US ally, people are executed by public beheading for apostasy renouncing Islam, blasphemy, witchcraft, sorcery, adultery, homosexuality and prostitution. But under the strict brand of Islamic law practiced in the kingdom, men cannot be executed for killing their wives or children.