Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Islam never invents anything important alert: new test detects if you are "Gay"

There you have it.  We now have a test that will show who is gay and who isn't, courtesy the religion that requires homosexuals to be killed, preferably by being thrown off the roof of a tall building or hung from a crane.

The most disturbing aspect of this is that the test has been created in what is called a "moderate" Muslim country, Kuwait, and this test will be used among what are perceived to be the most "moderate" Muslim countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.  

This test will be used to ban gays from entering these countries.  Do I hear the crowds of angry gays and their supporters gathering to mass protest this blatant disregard of basic human rights?


From the Daily Mail October 7 by Ted Thornhill 

Gulf states to introduce medical testing on travellers to 'detect' gay people and stop them from entering the country

A medical test being developed by Kuwait will be used to 'detect' homosexuals and prevent them from entering the country – or any of the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC), according to a Kuwaiti government official.
GCC member countries – Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – already deem homosexual acts unlawful. 
This controversial stance is being toughened, according to Yousouf Mindkar, the director of public health at the Kuwaiti health ministry.
He told Kuwait newspaper Al Rai: ‘Health centres conduct the routine medical check to assess the health of the expatriates when they come into the GCC countries. However, we will take stricter measures that will help us detect gays who will be then barred from entering Kuwait or any of the GCC member states.’
Richard Lane, from gay rights campaign group Stonewall, said: ‘These proposals are not only futile but contrary to international human rights law. Many Gulf states have gone to great lengths to market themselves as open for international business. Their leaders should think long and hard about putting forward measures to restrict freedom of movement and further prohibit the best talent from doing business in the region simply because of their sexual orientation.'

"Think long and hard" is not much of a protestation statement, why not just send a strongly worded memo.  Complaints is just about all that can be done, the gay community knows if they get too strident there could be...consequences.
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.

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