i offered no complaint at all...merely passing along the information for thought
i'll suggest a few thoughts now since i did not before:
1) if this is indeed an example of Shariah law...and if Shariah law is what some would be introduced into the USA (consider examples of this in Detroit, MI in the news of the past few years), what might this mean?
2) piggyback #1 thought above to the example in Egypt that the religious application of Shariah law (of course...it is a religious law), to the interpretations of adherents of this law not to moral issues, but to political issues (i.e. those who were reportedly crucified in front of the presidential palace were not accused of immoral issues but of a particular political view...they did not agree with the political views of the new president of Egypt), what might this type of activity look like in other places where Shariah law is invoked and acted upon? Might those who disagree with a political viewpoint be similarly executed?
3) perhaps the example you gave of maintaining that GE is corrupt for not paying taxes is against the views of those who hold to Shariah law...you too could be executed. (keep in mind that Obama apparently is in favor of the GE tax situation...for sake of the hypothetical extrapolation/application of this example)
4) anyone not in agreement with the Quran is likewise in danger of execution (you really think I should agree with this?). you seem to be in agreement that I should be executed for not agreeing with it. i take notable exception to your viewpoint and would hope that you do not truly mean to say that.