Capital Punishment : Effective Or Inefficient?

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Introduction

Capital Punishment is the toughest thing a natural human being can face, but in the other hand it can bring and claim justice, it dates back to too many years. There 's many historical individuals faced the capital punishment such as Saddam Hussain, Omar Al-Mukhtar, Louis XVI. Capital punishment can be defined as the authorization of killing someone because of crimes but does this Rule/Law is really efficient or inefficient? As in usual some policies can be agreed and disagreed by the individuals. There is many countries apply this rule in such crimes, for example Saudi Arabia apply this rule on who kills innocent people, gets out of the law, and terrorists in general.

Arguments for Capital Punishment

Capital punishment even though it is a cruel policy but it can be a great preventer to people to avoid killing, for example and this is well known in Saudi Arabia, people go watch executions to take cues of it, there is a well-known theory in Saudi Arabia which says if you watch an execution during a lifetime, an individual will lose all the force of thinking of killing, so capital punishment is efficient in this side.
(Claim) Capital punishment even though it is a cruel policy but it can be a great preventer to people to avoid killing. (Evidence) individual will lose all the force of thinking of killing. (Fallacy of relevance)

Capital Punishment can help find justice, gulf governments in usual if an individual have faced the capital punishment for…
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