All sexual relations outside of heterosexual marriage are criminalized. Punishments may include jail time, floggings , death, fines, and deportation. Adultery and fornication are crimes punished with death, and a person convicted of homosexuality may also face charges of adultery if they have an opposite-sex spouse while having sexual relations with a person of the same sex. Homosexuality is illegal in the UAE, with a punishment of up to 3 years in prison and a fine for consenting males, and could lead to the death penalty for Muslims under sharia law; however, there are no known cases that the death penalty was enforced for homosexuality. Article of the Federal Penal Code states: "Whoever commits rape on a female or sodomy with a male shall be punished by death. Hence a person could be charged with the Federal Penal Code, or under a local emirate penal code.
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What is considered grounds for divorce varies from person to person - whilst their partner embarking on an affair of the heart is enough for some people to call it quits, others will vow to stay together despite adultery. In the eyes of the law, however, adultery is one of five reasons a person may file for a divorce from their partner. One woman hit the headlines in after discovering her husband of 20 years had been having sexual relations with 10 different men, but she had no grounds for divorce. Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies.
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Brunei on Wednesday 3 April introduced harsh new sharia laws, including death by stoning for adultery and gay sex, despite a storm of global criticism from politicians, celebrities and rights groups. The tough penal code in the tiny country on tropical Borneo island — ruled by the all-powerful Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah — fully came into force following years of delays. The laws, which also include amputation of hands and feet for thieves, make Brunei the first place in East or Southeast Asia to have a sharia penal code at the national level, joining several mostly Middle Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia. Rape and robbery are also punishable by death under the code and many of the new laws, such as capital punishment for insulting the Prophet Mohammed, apply to non-Muslims as well as Muslims.
Taipei, Taiwan — Wendy had just moved in with her new partner when the couple found themselves unexpectedly charged with a crime: criminal adultery. Her partner had already initiated a separation from his Taiwanese wife after their marriage broke down. But i n Taiwan , where divorce typically requires mutual consent, his decision to move in with Wendy meant their actions could be considered a crime. Despite its increasingly progressive reputation after legalising same-sex marriage, Taiwan is one of the only non-Muslim places in the world to still criminalise adultery.