How do you progressives, feminists, liberals, atheists, fornicators and homosexuals like Islam now? Where are the civil rights activists on the cause of "homosexual rights," in light of their beloved Islam?
According to the Daily Mail, countries such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and others, will extend their "no homosexual" laws into refusing entry of homosexuals detected with some form of undisclosed medical testing, into the countries.
The Daily Mail Reports on the laws against homosexuality in the devout Muslim nations:
Those taking part in homosexual acts in Kuwait, if they’re under 21, can receive a jail sentence of up to 10 years.
Earlier this month Oman newspaper The Week was suspended over an article that was deemed to be sympathetic to homosexuals, according to the BBC.
It’s illegal to be gay in 78 countries, with lesbianism banned in 49. Five countries mete out the death penalty to gay people – Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen and Mauritania.
Yet, we know rape and sodomy of young boys occurs very often, as a means to gratify sexual perversions, and is not viewed as homosexuality by deviant child molesters, who can get away with and justify any criminal behavior by a flexible and wavering moral code found in their cultic texts. A quick read of this article in The Examiner, written with information from US troops proves the hypocrisy, and the sickness of the Islamic underground sexual world.
The reported "medical examinations" are not elaborated on, but only that "health would be assessed" before entry could be made. One must wonder how the medical officials will dictate who will be tested, and what the testing will include. However, it shouldn't be difficult to identify many homosexuals, since their health is generally in great decline. According to the Family Research Council studies, if one is a practicing homosexual, he or she has a much higher rate of every STD, "Gay Bowel Syndrome", of drug use, mental illness, cancer, suicide and overall health problems, than even promiscuous heterosexual people. There is a price to pay for licentiousness.
What does a homosexual person face when attempting to enter a place like Kuwait to conduct business? Do they attempt to have a homosexual marriage ceremony? Do they want their lifestyle taught as a beneficial curricula in schools? Do they anticipate being "tolerated" even? In our nation, we realize that no longer do homosexuals desire to simply have their homosexual sex and be left alone. No, they much rather put their abhorrent behavior in the face of all Americans, and demand it be recognized with special ceremonies and parades and theme park events. They want civil rights beyond the ones that heterosexual couples enjoy, by expecting a re-definition of the terms of marriage based on unnatural and abhorrent sexual gratification, which creates a lifestyle. They ignore that the definition of marriage was given by the only One qualified to define marriage at all: The God of Creation.
No, a homosexual should not expect to encounter these treatments when traveling to the Islamic Middle East. Even if one should show up on business and not "pleasure," one should expect their own inalienable rights that we have here in the United States of America, the country forged by those who wanted to worship God freely, and establish a nation of self-governing with individual rights recognized because they were given by God Almighty, to be trashed at the first medical exam. Best case scenario, the medical exam proves nothing of their homosexuality, and they are permitted in the country, and allowed to move about on their business. Worst case, they lose their lives for their perversions.
The Daily Mail reports where a homosexual should avoid death by not attempting to enter the country:
Iran: Since 1979, the government has executed more than 4,000 people charged with homosexual acts. A non-adult who engages in consensual sodomy is subject to a punishment of 74 lashes.
Saudi Arabia: Although the maximum punishment for homosexuality is execution, the government tends to use other punishments - such as fines, prison sentences, and whipping - unless it feels that homosexuals have challenged state authority by engaging in social movements.
Sudan: For homosexual men, lashes are given for the first offence, with the death penalty following the third offence. 100 lashes are given to unmarried women who engage in homosexual acts.For lesbian women, stoning and thousands of lashes are the penalty for the first offence. Today, the issue has divided some religious communities. In 2006, Abraham Mayom Athiaan, a bishop in South Sudan, led a split from the Episcopal Church of Sudan for what he regarded as a failure by the church leadership to condemn homosexuality sufficiently strongly.
Yemen: Homosexuality is still illegal in Yemen in accordance to the country's Shari'ah legal system. Punishment ranges from flogging to death.
Mauritania: The Shari'a law applies in Mauritania. The penal code states that, since 1983,any adult Muslim caught engaging in an 'unnatural act' with a member of the same sex is punishable with the death sentence by public stoning.
While the God of the Bible, and His Son Jesus, are very clear about the sin of homosexuality, the Bible is also clear about a choices that are made. Our nation has been founded on the principles of the Bible, and so homosexuals can live whatever lifestyle they choose, but there are consequences to those choices. Perhaps all the homosexuals complaining about not being able to redefine marriage, or have this benefit over heterosexuals or that one, should spend a day attempting to enter a nation where they are treated by they way they force their lifestyle on everyone else. Maybe only then they would what they have here instead of demanding preferential treatment for their sinful behavior.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.