Abu Sin knew what he was doing. Sometimes incarceration is a risk you take to try and make a cultural change or statement.
Abu Sin was a young boy talking to a woman. To say he fully understood the ramifications of his actions is absurd. He almost certainly knew it was a social taboo, but to say he was trying to make cultural change is really stretching. We do not know his intentions, but Occam says hormonal teenager trumps activist any day.
That said, this probably happens quite a bit with teenagers, just not out in the open. Then, afterwards, after the physical and mental scarring endured, these young men learn hate. And that hate is not towards his oppressors, the regime and religion that beat him down. Instead it is twisted at women or those who do as they did, that they should suffer the same punishments. This is how these types of systems stay in place and prosper.
*This has been answered elsewhere, but I won't be arsed to provide a link.
*This belongs on *** other forum who will tell you it belongs here.
*I am downvoting this answer because I don't like it
Now, should unpasteurized milk (copied media) be legal or less restricted? Probably so.
Two, They are using Note 7 recall batteries for storage!
Amazon closely guards the exact algorithm that chooses who has the buy box. It is known that they strongly favor themselves (of course.. they want the sales). So much so that I often avoid items that Amazon fulfills themselves unless the ROI and/or rank are very good, or my research indicates that amazon regularly runs out of an item and I can exploit the inevitable price jump during those restocking gaps.
If you want more info on how the buy box works, there is a company called feedvisor that does repricing and other services for amazon vendors. I do not use their services (I use others), but they give away a yearly buy box bible. This uses information culled from their clients amazon seller accounts to see how competition and pricing and other changes affect buy box percentage and sales.
http://feedvisor.com/r/resourc... - warning it does require email registration, but it is an interesting read.
Computers are not intelligent. They only think they are.