"The problem here is a totalitarian uniformity, a cult-like mentality such that even allies are enemies if they fail to follow the Exact Party Line. " - Phyllis Chesler

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Wave of Homophobia Sweeps the Muslim World

The Islamic world is the most oppressive human rights violating culture on our earth not only today but in the past. The Koran is the law. There is no separation of Mosque and State in any Islamic country. The goal of Islam is to dominate be it by force or by embedding themselves into the current culture and taking over by shear domination of numbers.

For those in the Democratic party that think they are aligning themselves with the party that is so inclusive and open to homosexuals, think again. The current Democratic party has been overtaken by radical leftwing nutbags that side and align and talk about engagment with these regimes. These very regimes that not only are anti-homosexual but take it to the most extreme.

I'm a conservative. But I'm also a conservative that is pro-choice and pro-gay rights. We exists. And I'll never understand how gays in the USA can side with the Democratic party over the Republicans when clearly the Democrats have far less concern for gays than the opposing party. Neither supports gay rights. NEITHER!

The following is from Spiegal:

More than 30 Islamic countries have laws on the books that prohibit homosexuality and make it a criminal offense.

In Mauritania, Bangladesh, Yemen, parts of Nigeria and Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Iran convicted homosexuals can also be sentenced to death.

Egypt has recently started to clamp down hard. The lives of homosexuals are monitored by a kind of vice squad who tap telephones and recruit informants. As soon as the police have accumulated the kind of evidence they need they charge their victims with "debauchery."

Even in liberal Lebanon homosexuals run the risk of being sentenced to a year in prison.

"the persecution of homosexuals shows that a regime has control over the private lives of its citizens -- a sign of power and authority"

2 comments:

Aleta said...

Yes, we do exist. I'm pro-choice and pro-gay rights as well and conservative. Really, we should start a new group? Lol.

Wish more people would read this. Excellent point!

Lauren said...

Aleta, I think we already did!