AnTi Eech Display Uhv Kruusiffikss Shaeep

AnTi eech display uhv kruusiffikss shaeep

Thuh AhThr Iz AnTi eech display uhv kruusiffikss shaeep Kuhz THis AhThr Iz A DeeLihburaT AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Izm IsT.

Showeeng a kruusiffikss can giv an uhbzrvr a rong-reppeewtaeeshun uv beeyeeng
ronglee-pro the wrst-bad-rong unJUSTness uv ( crucifixion spohk az kruusihfikshuhn ), EeuuzhuuaLee in 100% unFair 100% nonJusTiss Fohr InnuhsenT Iesous.

InnuhsenT Iesous Non-deezrvd deth by mrdr

InnuhsenT Iesous Non-deezrvd deth by mrdr, espeshuLLee Non veeuh kruusihfikshuhn that iz torchr vyohLaeeshuhn eewwzeeng a kruusiffix-torchr-wehpuhn with gohl tu uhkomplish WuhT Wee Now Kahl uh mrdr Krym.

Iesous Wuhz ToT Tu Bee Uh HeeLr Huu DyrekTLee Kozd ReeLeef Frŭm sufreeng ŭv lots ŭv kyndz And Huu Nevr Torchrd Ehnee Heewman Nor Ennee AnnimmuL, EksepT Wuhn Day maybe Tu A Donkey BeesT WyL Rydeeng ITs Bak Thoh Thuh Donkey Non-dyd, Thus Iesous Nevr Deezrvd SpessiffikuLLee tohrchr.

Iesous Wuhz ToT Tu Hav Nevr kild ehnee Heeuumuhn

  • Thuss Hee Nevr Deezrvd Tu GeT mrdrd.

InnuhsenT Iesous Wuhz Jujd By Thuh Guhvrnur PiLaTe And Non-SuspecTed Uhv Az Mehnee Az Wuhn Krym.

Iesous Wuhz SpessiffikLee non-pruuvd giltee uhv mrdr, Thus Non-Deesrvd Tu get kild.

Thus Iesous' deth shood ohnLee GeT ThoT Uhv ohnLee az An unJusT mrdr.

Thuh mrdr Uhv [[[Iesous][[ Wuz And Iz And Evr Shall Bee unJusT rong uhgehnst An InnuhsenT Heewman Naemd varreeuhslee Iesou Ohr Iesous Ohr Iesoun%.

Thuh Heebroo Israelites Nevr ToT Ohr PrakTisT substutooshun punishment veeuh cruciffikshuhn

In Thuh GospeLz Iesou Wuz Found ( InnuhsenT = Non-Proovd guilty uhv ( mrdr = Murder ) Thuss Iesous Shood Hav Nevr got crucified ).

Then ( AfTr Iesous became uh gy Gon Fruhm Thiss glohb, it should nevr have got to that Innuhsent Iesous shood hav got cruciffied espeshullee not for ehnee Dif Heewman'z akt tu doo Suhm kynd uhv suhpohzed sin in thuh [ prtestant 66 books called Lesr canon Mynd cage ) Ohr ( the original anastasius canon that later was taught by the vatican ists ) ohr ( the orthodox study bible AT ) canon of the [ orthodox catholi church]including the 72 book greek septuagint .

Thow ReeL-Lee ShoodsT Heer YouTube Vid Naymd " Crucifixion Is unJusT "

  • In Wich It Iz Said,
  • * "Thuh gravest unjustice iz tu punish uh prsuhn Huu Did NoT Commit Thuh Sin.
  • + + "IT Iz blasfehnuhss tu beeleev that The AlmyTee wood punish Suhm 1 on an uhthr'z beehaf."

Truu Justiss Wood Bee If ( I EeThr|And Ehnee 1 Ohr Mohr UhThrz )

* Kood Go Bak In Tym Tu Beefohr Thuh Kruusiffikshuhn Uhv Iesous

* * And Gahrd Iesous Fruhm Getteeng Kruusiffyd.

Then, (0=Zeeroh) Peepul Wood Theenk

* ThaT " It wuhz reekwyrd for Iesous Tu hav been Kruusiffyd

" Kuhz **undeezrvd thuss unfair unJusT tohrchr uhv 1 ToT Tu Hav Ben Uh HeeLr

  • till ThaT 1 wuhz unFair unJusT mrdrd
  • * DespyT Thuh FakT ThaT Iesous Non mrdrd ehnee human**
  • KannoT prohduuss Fair Just Fohrgivness Nohr Fair Just Sayveeng rong,
  • * fruhm ehnee bod'z nor fruhm ehnee suhpohzed sin,

EspeshuLLee Uh Sin Such Az:

HahmahrTahnoh: Suhmuhree: Uh Sin Uhv Misseeng Uh TahrgeT And Non-winneeng Uh Pryz

BaysT Fruhm Heereeng AT

  • Thuh Ahdeeoh Fruhm Thuh Vid Naymd: " How to pronounce Hamartanō in Biblical Greek - (ἁμαρτάνω / miss) "
  • Thuh Greek Wrd ἁμαρτάνω Iz Spohk Az:
  • H->(ŏ=ah)->m->(ŏ=ah)->r->T->(ŏ=ah)->n->(ō=oh).

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* * Entry for Strong's #264 - ἁμαρτάνω

ParT of Speech

* * Thayer's Definition

1: to be without a share in
2: to miss the mark
3: to err, be mistaken
4: to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honour, to do or go wrong

* * Strong's Definition

(figuratively) to err, especially (morally) to sin

* properly to miss the mark (and so non share in the prize),

* that is…for your faults…sin, trespass

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264. hamartanó

* NAS Exhaustive Concordance

Word Origin
from an early root hamart-

to miss the mark, do wrong, sin

Strong's Concordance

hamartanó: to miss the mark, do wrong, sin

Original Word: ἁμαρτάνω

Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: hamartanó
Phonetic Spelling: (ham-ar-tan'-o)
Definition: to miss the mark, do wrong, sin
Usage: originally: I miss the mark, hence (a) I make a mistake, (b) I sin, commit a sin against God…[or] against a fellow-creature…

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* * Thayer's Definition

1: to be without a share in
2: to miss the mark
3: to err, be mistaken
4: to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honour, to do or go wrong

* * Strong's Definition

(figuratively) to err, especially (morally) to sin

* properly to miss the mark (and so non share in the prize),

* that is…for your faults…sin, trespass

  • Thuss, Egzampulz Uhv Greek Wrd ( ἁμαρτάνω Spohk Az HahmahrTahnoh ) Inkluud:
  • * Wyl Playeeng Ping Pong { Misseeng WiTh Thyn Padddul And Non-HiTTeeng } Thuh Bahl
  • * Ohr WyL Playeeng Ehnee Gaym Misseeng Ehnee TahrgeT
  • * * And Thuss Non-scohreeng Thuh WahnTed ( PoeenT Ohr PoeenTss ).
  • * Ohr Playeeng ( LoTTo Ohr Ehnee Gambleeng Gaym )
  • * * And Non-winneeng Ehnee Pryz ( Muhnee Nohr Uhwohrd Uhv Ehnee Kynd ).

EgzampuL: YouTube Vid Naymd: " Missing the Ball When Serving | Table Tennis | PingSkills "


Thiss Iz Thuh LasT Lyn Uhv TeksT In Thuh Payj Naymd "HahmahrTahnoh ".

Thuh AhThr Iz Uh DeeLibrehT ( AnTicrucifixionism = AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Izm ) IsT.

This Paydj Iz Pro VoLLuhnTehree OpshuhnuL DeeLibreT AnTi-SmahL-T PrakTiss:
1: AnTi SmahL T PuT OwT By DeeLibrehTLee RyTeeng and Typeeng OhnLee Big T'z;
2: SmaHL T Kunvrzhun Tu Big T PrakTiss__**, Fohr EgzampuL Eeuuzeeng Uh Wrd Procesr [ Find And Reeplace ] Fuhnkshuhn Ohr Thuh EekwihvuhLenT Srviss AT:

Theez Ahr Duhn Fohr Thuh Sayk Uhv Thuh Troo UhbjekTiv JusTiss Uv AnTy Croosiffikshuhn Izm.

ReesehnT Kruusiffikshuhnz ThaT Shood Hav Ben Nonlegal

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Most of us think of crucifixion as ancient history – a gruesome execution method practiced by the Romans and other long-ago cultures – with Jesus Christ its most famous victim. But crucifixion, though rare, has continued into the modern day – as a devotional practice among fervent Christians, as a tool of terror, even as performance art.


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8 Gruesome Stories of Modern Day Crucifixions


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Crucifixion: It’s Not Ancient History Anymore
ISIS has revived the barbaric practice. The time to stop both of them is now.

Wuhn ReesehnT Lrnd UhbowT Modrn atrocity simmilr tu a kroosiffikshuhn Wuhz menchuhnd AT:

Saudi Arabia beheaded a man Wednesday in Mecca, then put his body on public display, for allegedly stabbing a woman to death. The method of punishment is known in Saudi Arabia as a crucifixion, which the government says is sanctioned by Islamic law, and is reserved for only the most severe crimes in the kingdom…

But as recently as 2013, Amnesty International reported that Saudi authorities executed and crucified five Yemenis in the city of Jizan after they were found guilty of armed robbery and the murder of a Saudi man…

…Crucifixion, though rarer, is endorsed in the Koran in Sura 5:33-34:

Those who wage war against God and His Messenger and strive to spread corruption in the land should be punished by death, crucifixion, the amputation of an alternate hand and foot or banishment from the land: a disgrace for them in this world, and then a terrible punishment in the Hereafter, unless they repent before you overpower them: in that case bear in mind that God is forgiving and merciful.

GLobaL CiviLizing ShouLd ILLeegaLize Crucifixion

GLohBuL SihvihLyzeeng Shood ILLeeguLyz Kruusiffikshuhn

* Uhv AnTi eech display uhv kruusiffikss shaeep
* Uhv Wy PrakTiss UhgehnsT PuT OwT SmahL T

1: PeepuL On Ehnee PLaneT Uv Thuh Tranz FynyT Numbr Uhv PLaneTs

  • In Thuh EeTrnuL And Tranz FynyT 3 DimmenshuhnuL Omnivrss,
    • Sum Uv Thohz PeepuL On ThaT PLaneT MyT Sum Tym lrn
      • thuh troo bad rong ( crucifixion spohk az kruusiffikshuhn ) vyohlaeeshuhn process
        • dehskrybd az eewwz evil ( crucifix spphk az kruusiffiks )

1: az tohrchr wehpuhm in wut Iz Now KahLd tohrchr krym and
2: az mrdr wehpuhn with prpuhss tu uhkomplish wut Iz Now KahLd mrdr krym.

2. EevenchoouLeee Thuh EvuLooshun Uv Proh GLohbuL SivviLyzeeng Peewrificaeeshuhn Twohrdz Uh Peer Good JusT SivviLyzeayshuhn Shood DevveLuhp ( IntrnashuhnuL Then GlohbuL ) AnTi Tohrcr Krym Lahz And AnTi Mrdr Krym Lahz.

3. This Prohvydz Thuh Baysis Fohr ( InTrnashuhnul AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Krym Lahz Then GlohbuL AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Krym Lahz Tu STop And Preevent kruusiffikshun Fohr ( Ehnee And Ehvree ) Prsun On ThaT GLohb.

InTrnashuhnul AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Krym Lahz Uhv AnTi Kruusiffikshuhn Izm

InTrnashuhnul Lah Torchr Mrdr Krymz Uhgehnst Heewmannittee

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Fruhm Payjez 4 & 5

Article 7. Crimes against humanity

1. For the purpose of this Statute, "crime against humanity" means any of the follow-ing acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack;

(a) Murder;

(e) Imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty in violation of funda-mental rules of international law;

(f) Torture;

2. For the purpose of paragraph 1:

(a) "Attack directed against any civilian population" means a course of conduct in-volving the multiple commission of acts referred to in paragraph 1 against any civilian pop-ulation, pursuant to or in furtherance of a State or organizational policy to commit such attack;

(e) "Torture", means the intentional infliction of severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, upon a person in the custody or under the control of the accused; except that torture shall not include pain or suffering arising only from, inherent in or incidentalto, lawful sanctions;

Fruhm Payj 5 & 8

Article 8. War crimes

1. The Court shall have jurisdiction in respect of war crimes in particular when com-mitted as part of a plan or policy or as part of a large-scale commission of such crimes.

2. For the purpose of this Statute, "war crimes" means:

(a) Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, namely, any of the following acts against persons or property protected under the provisions of the relevant Geneva Convention:

(i) Wilful killing;

(ii) Torture or inhuman treatment, including biological experiments;

(c) In the case of an armed conflict not of an international character, serious violationsof article 3 common to the four Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, namely, any of the following acts committed against persons taking no active part in the hostilities, includ-ing members of armed forces who have laid down their arms and those placed hors de com-bat by sickness, wounds, detention or any other cause:

(i) Violence to life and person, in particular murder of all kinds, mutilation, crueltreatment and torture

Fruhm Payj 31:

Article 55. Rights of persons during an investigation1. In respect of an investigation under this Statute, a person:

(a) Shall not be compelled to incriminate himself or herself or to confess guilt;

(b) Shall not be subjected to any form of coercion, duress or threat, to torture or to anyother form of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment;

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Crimes against humanity under international law

Crimes against humanity appeared for the first time in a treaty in the 1945 Nuremberg Charter at the end of the Second World War, albeit with a different definition than today.

Since the 1990s, crimes against humanity have been codified in different international treaties such as the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (1993), the Statute of the International Tribunal for Rwanda (1994) and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998). The Rome Statute provides the most recent and most expansive list of specific criminal acts that may constitute crimes against humanity.

Unlike other human rights violations, war crimes do not engage State responsibility but individual criminal responsibility. This means that individuals can be tried and found personally responsible for these crimes.

Prohibited acts include:


Deportation or forcible transfer of population


Sexual violence
Persecution against an identifiable group
Enforced disappearance of persons
The crime of apartheid
Other inhumane acts of a similar character intentionally causing great suffering, or serious injury to body or to mental or physical health

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international criminal law

Crime against humanity

Written By: Richard Vernon

Crime against humanity, an offense in international criminal law, adopted in the Charter of the International Military Tribunal (Nürnberg Charter), which tried surviving Nazi leaders in 1945, and was, in 1998, incorporated into the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Crimes against humanity

consist of various acts—murder, extermination, enslavement, **torture**,

forcible transfers of populations, imprisonment, rape, persecution, enforced disappearance, and apartheid, among others—when, according to the ICC , those are “committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population.”


Mr. Semanza participated in murder and torture and rape

found guilty of a crime against humanity for his rape, torture, and murder

ThaT Wuhz Uh Suhmuhree Uhv Thuh NeksT TeksT.

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Mr. Semanza was a former mayor of Bicumbi commune, and was accused of aiding and abetting genocide in connection with two massacres of Tutsis. He was specifically alleged to have directly participated in murder and torture, and for inciting a crowd to rape Tutsi women prior to killing them, and to have personally participated in the same. The Trial Chamber found that Mr. Semanza was guilty of a crime against humanity for his rape, torture, and murder of Tutsi women..

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