Muhammad's 1st wife was a business woman & Muhammad was originally her younger husband & employee. Muhammad's young wife became very powerful politically, leading an army into battle. One of the most famous verses of the Koran is Muhammad's plea to stop the practise of burying unwanted girl children alive. As for the term "women's empowerment", as shown in Chapter 37 of the SN (Matugama-samyutta — Destinies of women), if this is not focused on morality, it is not "empowerment" in Buddhism but another kind of empowerment.
And when the girl [who was] buried alive is asked
For what sin she was killed
Surah At-Takwir 81:8-9
Sharia Law appears to include different tribal laws & is more closer Biblical Jewish Law than the Koran. There are Muslims who logically reject Sharia Law. If Wikipedia is researched on a topic in Islam, it is often found the Koran teaching on the topic is different to the Sharia teaching on the topic, as follows, for example:then speak out against the brutality of Sharia Law
The above said, there are Pali suttas where it appears the Buddha accepted executions (the death penalty) for crimes, including adultery.Zināʾ (زِنَاء) or zina (زِنًى or زِنًا) is an Islamic legal term referring to unlawful sexual intercourse. According to traditional jurisprudence, zina can include adultery (of married parties), fornication (of unmarried parties), prostitution, bestiality, and rape. Classification of homosexual intercourse as zina differs according to legal school. The Quran disapproved of the promiscuity prevailing in Arabia at the time, and several verses refer to unlawful sexual intercourse, including one that prescribes the punishment of 100 lashes for fornicators. Four witnesses are required to prove the offense. Zina thus belongs to the class of hadd (pl. hudud) crimes which have Quranically specified punishments.
Although stoning for zina is not mentioned in the Quran, all schools of traditional jurisprudence agreed on the basis of hadith that it is to be punished by stoning if the offender is muhsan (adult, free, Muslim, and having been married), with some extending this punishment to certain other cases and milder punishment prescribed in other scenarios
Well then, prince, I will yet ask you this, and do you answer even as you think fit. What think you? Take the case of men who have taken a felon red-handed and bring him up saying—“My lord, this felon was caught in the act; inflict what penalty you wish.” He replies—“Well then, sirs, bind this man securely, his arms behind him, with a strong cord; shave his head; lead him around, to the sound of a sharp drum, from street to street, from cross-road to cross-road, and out at the southern gate; there, south of the town in the place of execution, cut off his head.” They, assenting with “Very good,” proceed to carry out these orders, and, in the place of execution, make him sit down.
Unrelated to Islam. In Egypt, genital mutilation was practised for hundreds of years before Islam including by Christians. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_ge ... #Antiquityfemale genital mutilation
DN 31 teaches about child brides. Romeo & Juliet is about very young lovers.child brides
Unrelated to Islam and seems to be about cultural family honor.the stoning of rape victims
Here, the Koran should be read, carefully & distinguished from the common slave trade. The Pali suttas, via the default of acceptance, endorse slavery. Slavery existed in Thailand, until recently. Buddhist sex industry in Thailand, Catholic sex industry in Philippines, Jewish sex slavery in Israel, Founding Fathers pornographic sex slavery made in the USA?women being used as chattel and sex slaves
Is this prescribed in the Koran? Or does it refer to the practise of mercenaries paid $150 per month by the US govt & its allies? If being gay was such a crime in the Muslim world, where did ISIS find any gay people to throw off buildings?women being blown up and otherwise killed or dislocated through acts of terror, subjugation, lesbians being thrown off cliffs and buildings etc.
In Buddhism, acts of error, due to ignorance (not-knowing) are always forgivable.You can expect the Terms of Service to be executed, independently of your incessant complaining and moralising.