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81 The Penalties For Wounding Or Striking A Person Depend Upon The






severity of the injury; for each degree the Lord of Judgement hath
prescribed a certain indemnity. 56


While Baha'u'llah specified that the extent of the penalty depends upon
the severity of the injury, there is no record of His having set out the
details of the size of the indemnity with regard to each degree of
offence. The responsibility to determine these devolves upon the Universal
House of Justice.





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