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Four women held for practising witchcraft
By Sa’ed Al Khaldi November 02, 2012
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RAS AL KHAIMAH: The CID teams of Ras Al Khaimah Police have arrested four Arab women for practicing witchcraft and sorcery in a flat at Al Nakheel Commercial area.

Colonel Salem Sultan Al Darmaki, Director of the Criminal Investigation Department at Ras Al Khaimah police, said that the case details date back to when they received information from an Arab lady reporting that four women were practicing sorcery from their flat.

Al Darmaki added that they coordinated with the lady to raid the flat while the defendants were practicing their sorcery. There the police found the women and an Emirati man in his thirties who was one of their victims.

Immediately, the police arrested them all red handed.

Al Darmaki also clarified that they seized a large number of substances and herbs including detergents and bodily fluids that they used in their spells and witchcraft.

He added that they used to combine all the substances together then bury them in a place that is difficult to reach such as desert aread.

The four defendants were referred to the Public Prosecution to complete legal procedures against them.
 

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