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Question 1: This was the civil ________ arising from the same act(s) giving rise to the criminal action for adultery, being based upon the husband's loss of property rights to his wife as a chattel.
TortNegligenceProduct liabilityReasonable person

Question 2: Under Muslim law, adultery and extramarital sex in general is ________ by a person (whether man or woman) with someone to whom they are not married.
Human sexual behaviorPregnancyMasturbationSexual intercourse

Question 3: In some places, such as ________[40] and Saudi Arabia,[41] the method of punishment for adultery is stoning to death.
IraqIranIran–Iraq WarAzerbaijan

Question 4: The Ordinance has been particularly controversial because it requires a woman making an accusation of ________ to provide extremely strong evidence to avoid being charged with adultery herself.
Sexual abuseRapeSexual assaultProstitution

Question 5: The Ordinance sets a maximum penalty of death, although only imprisonment and ________ have ever actually been imposed.
FlagellationJudicial corporal punishmentCorporal punishmentSchool corporal punishment

Question 6: Adultery had at one time attracted severe sanctions, including the ________.
Religion and capital punishmentCapital punishmentStoningTorture

Question 7: Adultery is not a crime in most countries of the European Union, including ________, the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland or Sweden.
Czech RepublicAustriaPolandHungary

Question 8: In the ________, laws vary from state to state.
United StatesPhilippinesCanadaAlaska

Question 9: Punishing by stoning is not mentioned in the Quran, and is based solely upon ________.
Islamic schools and branchesShariaSunni IslamHadith

Question 10: In some East Asian countries, including ________, and Taiwan, adultery continues to be a crime.
Korean PeninsulaKoreaNorth KoreaSouth Korea

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