If you commit a sexual offence in Muslim Iran you're liable to get your gonads removed. If you're convicted here, you're given therapy. Or not, it seems, if you're a Muslim.
Harry Fletcher, the assistant general secretary of probation union Napo, described the situation as an "intractable problem". He said: "The logic is that Muslims cannot take part in offender programmes and therefore their offending behaviour cannot be assessed and they are unlikely to be granted parole. They may then seek legal redress through judicial review on the grounds that they are being discriminated against on the grounds of religion."
I wonder if the prison system in Middle Eastern countries is as sensitive to Christian sensibilities.