All governments legislate morals to some extent; ie, legislation to make murder illegal. Your little "if anyones rights are suspended, even for one second, it is wrong" is rather childlike in its naivety. Your rights are suspended all the time. You can't smoke on an airplane, you can't yell 'fire' in a crowded theater, and you can't be openly Christian without ridicule at a place of public education.
Following your logic, just because you are against stoning and against government support of stoning, you have no right to tell muslims not to stone their daughters because they violated family honor.