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hu·dood

 (ho͞o-do͞od′)
n.
Variant of hudud.
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Noun1.hudood - Islamic laws stating the limits ordained by Allah and including the deterrent punishments for serious crimes
Islamic law, sharia, sharia law, shariah, shariah law - the code of law derived from the Koran and from the teachings and example of Mohammed; "sharia is only applicable to Muslims"; "under Islamic law there is no separation of church and state"
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Their access to justice and security will remain elusive so long as legal and administrative barriers to political and economic empowerment remain, particularly the Hudood Ordinances (1979), FATA's Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR) (1901) and the Nizam-e-Adl (2009) in KPK's Provincially Administered Tribal Areas (PATA).
Asma had started working after promulgation of the Hudood Ordinance by demanding the state end it.
My mother along with many other women, like the fearless and plucky Asma Jahangir, was in jail for protesting against the Hudood Ordinance.
When the Hudood ordinance was enforced in 1979 during Zia's Islamisation regime, we didn't fully realize the potential damage to different sections of society, particularly women.
As a qualified lawyer, she also gave legal support to victims of sexual assault, who were targeted by Zia's Hudood ordinances.
Besides hundreds of articles in the local and foreign press, Asma Jahangir had also written two books 'The Hudood Ordinance:A Divine Sanction and 'Children of Lesser God'.
The Hudood ordinance and Children of a Lesser God: Child Prisoners of Pakistan.
Therefore, Hudood ordinance is not applicable to this case.
Earlier on Thursday, the court had directed the excise and taxation department's DG to immediately seal all the liquor shops operating in violation of the Hudood Ordinance 1979 and submit compliance report.
Exhaustive discussions took place on a wide array of human rights issues and challenges which included child labour, women rights, hudood laws and provision of speedy justice in FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
First, is the creation of the Zia ul-Haq's Islamization program (including the Hudood Ordinance) and second, the creation of the Women's Division in response to international pressure during the United Nations Decade for Women (1975-85).
He dispatched Bhutto and was subsequently himself dispatched by Fate, to be remembered only for his controversial Hudood Ordinance and anti-blasphemy law.