Mufti Perak Harussani Zakaria pernah berkata hukuman enam sebatan yang dijatuhkan ke atas Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno bagi kesalahan meminum arak adalah sebenarnya ringan kerana hukuman mengikut hudud ialah 40-80 sebatan.
Enakmen hudud di Kelantan memperuntukkan hukuman sebat yang tidak lebih daripada 80 kali sebatan dan tidak kurang daripada 40 kali sebatan untuk syurb, iaitu kesalahan meminum arak atau sebarang minuman yang memabukkan.
Di bawah undang-undang bersabit hudud di Kelantan, sesiapa yang melakukan kesalahan syurb, sama ada dia mabuk atau tidak, dan tanpa mengira kuantiti yang diminumnya hendaklah dikenakan hukuman.
Enakmen Jenayah Syariah II Kelantan 1993 telah diluluskan oleh Dewan Undangan Negeri tetapi belum lagi dikuatkuasakan oleh kerajaan PAS setakat ini.
Hudud Kelantan juga memperuntukkan hukuman potong tangan kanan bagi kesalahan pertama sariqah (mencuri) serta potong kaki kiri bagi kesalahan yang kedua.
Sekiranya kita senantiasa mendengar keluhan bahawa kaum Melayu ketinggalan dari segi pencapaian ekonomi, pelaksanaan hudud akan lagi membawa padah. Bayangkan masyarakat Melayu terpaksa menanggung hidup OKU di sebuah negeri miskin seperti Kelantan.
Memilih yang paling keras
Membincangkan hudud Kelantan, Prof. Mohammad Hashim Kamali — dekan International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilisation (Istac) — membuat penelitian di bawah:
“The Bill has clearly opted for the most unforgiving and severe stance concerning the second offence of theft, which is punishable by amputation of a part of the left foot “in the middle of the foot in such a way that the heel may still be usable for walking and standing” (Clauses 6 and 52).”
“There is clear guidance in the Sunna to the effect that in matters of punishment, the ruler and judge should adopt the course that is inclined toward leniency, not toward severity and hardship. This naturally gives rise to the question as to why did the drafters of the Hudud Bill take the harsher of the two available positions.”
(‘Islamic Law In Malaysia‘, Chapter 7, The Hudud Bill Debate, pp.128-158, Kuala Lumpur, Ilmiah Publishers, 2000).
Undang-undang hudud Kelantan
Enakmen Jenayah Syariah II Kelantan 1993 mengandungi 72 fasal dan lima jadual tambahan.
Ia dibahagikan kepada enam bahagian, iaitu jenis-jenis kesalahan hudud, qisas, keterangan (saksi dan ikrar), bagaimana hukuman dilaksanakan, peruntukan umum, dan mahkamah.
Kesalahan-kesalahan hudud disenaraikan di dalam Bahagian I di bawah enam tajuk, iaitu sariqah, hirabah, zina, qazaf, syurb dan irtidad atau riddah.
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WHAT ARE THE HUDUD PENALTIES?
zina – pre-marital sex/adultery
qazaf – wrongfully accusing someone of zina
- Whipping 80 lashes 
sariqah – theft
- Amputation of hand/feet 
hirabah – highway robbery
- Any one of the following methods, namely death, crucifixion, cross amputation of limbs or banishment 
al-Khamr – consuming alcoholic beverages
- Flogging up to 80 stripes 
al-Baghy – persons who rebel against state authority on religious grounds
- Death 
riddah – apostasy
- Death for Muslim offender who refuses to repent after being given the opportunity to return to Islam
 This punishment is based on the Quranic verse, “The woman and the man guilty of adultery or fornication, flog each of them with hundred stripes. Let not compulsion move you in their case, in a matter prescribed by God, if you believe in God and the Last Day: And let a party of the believers witness their punishment.” Verse 24: 2, The Holy Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
 This punishment is based on the hadith of Prophet Muhammad, “Take from me, Allah has prescribed for them (guilty of zina) the way, unmarried will be punished with hundred stripes and expulsion of one year and married will be punished with hundred stripes and stoning to death.” reported in Muslim, Volume II at p. 176 quoted by Anwarullah, supra, note 1 at p. 145
 This punishment is based on the Quranic verse, “And those who accuse chaste women (of Zina) and produce not four witnesses (in support of their allegation), flog them with eighty stripes; and reject their evidence ever after; for such persons are wicked transgressors; unless they repent thereafter and mend (their conduct); for Allah is oft-forgiving most merciful.” Verse 24:4, The Holy Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
 This punishment is based on the Quranic verse, “And to the thief, male and female, cut off his or her hand.” Verse 5:38, The Holy Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
 “The Punishment of those who wage war against Allah and his messenger (in respect of endangering the security of the State established under the divine law) and strive with might and main for mischief through the land, is execution , or crucifixion, or the cutting of their hands and feet from the opposite sides, or exile from the land; that is their disgrace of this world, and a heavy punishments is theirs in the hereafter; except those who repent before they fall into your power; in that Allah is oft-Forgiving and Most Merciful.” Verse 5:33, 34, The Holy Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
 Anwarullah, Criminal Law of Islam, Islamic Da’wah Centre, Ministry of Religious Affair, Brunei at p. 214
 This punishment is derived by the Muslim jurists from the following verse of the Quran: “If two parties among the believers fall into a quarrel, make peace between them: but if one of them transgress until it complies with the command of God. But if it complies, then make peace between them with justice, and be fair; for God loves those who are fair (and just)” Verse 49:9, The Holy Quran translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali
Source: ‘The Dilemma of Hudud and International Human Rights: Proposing a Benevolent Mechanism’ in The Journal of Globalization for the Common Good, 2006