|1.||For touching Mount Sinai||Exodus 19:13|
|2.||For taking "accursed things"||Joshua 7:1-26|
|3.||For cursing or blaspheming||Leviticus 24:16|
|4.||For adultery (including urban rape victims who fail to scream loud enough)||Deuteronomy 22:23-24|
|5.||For animals (like an ox that gores a human)||Exodus 21:28|
|6.||For a woman who is not a virgin on her wedding night||Deuteronomy 22:13-21|
|7.||For worshipping other gods||Deuteronomy 17:2-5|
|8.||For preaching the wrong religion||Deuteronomy 13:5-10|
|9.||For disobeying parents||Deuteronomy 21:18-21|
|10.||For witches and wizards||Leviticus 20:27|
|11.||For giving your children to Molech||Leviticus 20:2|
|12.||For breaking the Sabbath||Numbers 15:32-56|
|13.||For cursing the king||1 Kings 21:10|
The answer is zero. The Quran does not mention stoning as a punishment for any crime.
So what gives, then? Why is stoning a fairly common punishment in Islamic countries, but rare or nonexistent in Christian or Jewish ones?