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Admin21.07.2021

falaka

Arnold, Eysenck, Meili: Lexikon der Psychologie Encyclopedia of Psychology , Band 3, 1973, S.
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Admin27.07.2021

Foot whipping

In the German foot whipping was used as a method of torture in.
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Admin05.07.2021

falaka

The subjective pain susceptibility is accordingly higher the more apprehensive the individual feels about it.
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Admin22.08.2021

falaka

In the German method, the prisoner was principally unable to move and the beatings were performed with more lightweight objects, thinner in diameter and usually slightly flexible.
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Admin26.08.2021

SALLY FEET IN EGYPTIAN FALAKA BASTINADO

This moderated subform of is characteristically prevalent where subjected individuals are forced to remain barefoot.
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Admin27.07.2021

falaka

The physical aftereffects of the procedure were mostly superficial and unwanted injuries were relatively rare.
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Admin30.07.2021

Foot whipping

The bastinado is the common punishment for slight faults, and the number of blows is proportionable to the nature of the fault.
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Admin09.08.2021

SALLY FEET IN EGYPTIAN FALAKA BASTINADO

It was used as a method of torture during the of 1946 to 1949 and the in , from 1967 to 1974.
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Admin09.08.2021

BASTINADO video clips

Foot whipping was a commonly reported torture method used by the security officers of on its citizens between 1974 and 2001.
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Admin31.07.2021

Foot whipping

As falaka is usually carried out with a rigid and often heavy stick, it accordingly causes leaving the person unable to walk and often impeded for life.