Oí al Mensajero de Dios -la paz y las bendiciones de Dios sean con él-, diciendo:

«Quien de vosotros vea una mala acción, que la cambie con su mano, si no pudiera con su lengua, y si no pudiera, entonces en su corazón, y esto es lo más débil de la fe».

Lo transmitió Muslim.

99 nombres de Allah

Islam y Musulmanes de Costa Rica

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martes, 2 de agosto de 2011

La cárcel que le espera al terrorista cristiano de Noruega (si fuera castigado).

La cárcel está considerada como una de las más lujosas de todo el mundo.

Inside the world's most humane prison

Anders Behring Breivik, the suspect in Norway's twin attacks, may end up serving time in a newly built maximum-security prison that's considered among the world's most luxurious, according to The Telegraph.

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Every 10 to 12 cells share a kitchen and living room, where prisoners prepare their evening meals and relax after a day of work. None of the windows at Halden have bars. Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.

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To ease the psychological burdens of imprisonment, the planners at Halden spent roughly $1 million on paintings, photography and light installations. According to a prison informational pamphlet, this mural by Norwegian graffiti artist Dolk "brings a touch of humor to a rather controlled space." Officials hope the art — along with creative outlets like drawing classes and wood workshops — will give inmates "a sense of being taken seriously." Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.


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Every 10 to 12 cells share a kitchen and living room, where prisoners prepare their evening meals and relax after a day of work. None of the windows at Halden have bars. Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.

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Halden's architects preserved trees across the 75-acre site to obscure the 20-ft.-high security wall that surrounds the perimeter, in order to minimize the institutional feel and, in the words of one architect, to "let the inmates see all of the seasons." Benches and stone chessboards dot this jogging trail. Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.

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The prison's exterior features earthy brown hues that help it blend in with the surrounding woodlands. Inside, however, the walls explode with color. Halden hired an interior decorator who used 18 different colors to create a sense of variety and stimulate various moods. A calming shade of green creates a soothing atmosphere in the cells, while a vivid orange brings energy to the library and other working areas. A two-bedroom guesthouse, where inmates can host their families overnight, includes a conjugal room painted a fiery red. Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.

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Norway's prison guards undergo two years of training at an officers' academy and enjoy an elevated status compared with their peers in the U.S. and Britain. Their official job description says they must motivate the inmate "so that his sentence is as meaningful, enlightening and rehabilitating as possible," so they frequently eat meals and play sports with prisoners. At Halden, half of all guards are female, which its governor believes reduces tension and encourages good behavior. Photo taken 2010. Credit: Trond Isaksen / Statsbygg.

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2 comentarios:

Rashida Jenny Torres dijo...

Yo quiero una así!!!

Rashida Jenny Torres dijo...

La cárcel más humana, para el más inhumano...