Prison officials and social workers, concerned about the failure of rehabilitation in prison and the high rate of recidivism, the return to crime and consequently prison for former inmates, might want to take some lessons from ISIS and Saudi Arabia.
Imitating the success of Muslim Saudi Arabia, ISIS in northern Syria publicly chops off the hands of (alleged) thieves.
Islamic State henchmen recently chopped off the right hand of two men who were said to have committed theft in the Aleppo province, the Middle East Media Research Institute reported.
In pictures that were disseminated through social media, photographs show a crowd of people standing and watching as two blindfolded men are hauled into a gated area in the town of Dar al-Fath.
The photos then show what appear to be meat cleavers. Subsequent pictures show the amputated hands of the convicted men.
And just what happens to the amputated hands after their public display? They might be tossed. Or not. A disturbing accusation from Iraq's ambassador to the UN, asked the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday "to look at allegations that the Islamic State group is using organ harvesting as a way to finance its operations."
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