Crime – Aggravating circumstances of trivial motivation – Religiously motivated offences – Muslim father attempting to kill daughter for having sexual relationship with non-Muslim man, outside of marriage – Father judging daughter’s behaviour as serious violation of Islam’s precepts and cause of disgrace for his family – Father sentenced with aggravating circumstance of trivial motivation – Father lodging appeal, challenging ruling in several parts, including above-mentioned aggravating circumstance – Whether finding of aggravating circumstance legitimate – Whether breach of father’s religious principles could be regarded as trivial motivation – Criminal Code, art 61.

Corte di Cassazione : Sez. I Penale 51059/2013=Court of Cassation: Criminal section, Italy : 18 December 2013 / C. Cianitto, M. Tirabassi. - In: THE OXFORD JOURNAL OF LAW AND RELIGION. - ISSN 2047-0770. - 3:2(2014), pp. 354-354. [10.1093/ojlr/rwu011]

Corte di Cassazione : Sez. I Penale 51059/2013=Court of Cassation: Criminal section, Italy : 18 December 2013

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Crime – Aggravating circumstances of trivial motivation – Religiously motivated offences – Muslim father attempting to kill daughter for having sexual relationship with non-Muslim man, outside of marriage – Father judging daughter’s behaviour as serious violation of Islam’s precepts and cause of disgrace for his family – Father sentenced with aggravating circumstance of trivial motivation – Father lodging appeal, challenging ruling in several parts, including above-mentioned aggravating circumstance – Whether finding of aggravating circumstance legitimate – Whether breach of father’s religious principles could be regarded as trivial motivation – Criminal Code, art 61.
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