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Sodomy (often referred to as "The people of Lot") carries a death sentence in Islamic sharia law. 

o12.0 THE PENALTY FOR FORNICATION OR SODOMY o12.1 The legal penalty is obligatorily imposed upon anyone who fornicates or commits sodomy (A: provided it is legally established (def: n11.2 (O:))) when they: (a) have reached puberty; (b) are sane; (c) and commit the act voluntarily; no matter whether the person is a Muslim, non-Muslim subject of the Islamic state, or someone who has left Islam. o12.2 If the offender is someone with the capacity to remain chaste, then he or she is stoned to death (def: o12.6), someone with the capacity to remain chaste meaning anyone who has had sexual intercourse (A: at least once) with their spouse in a valid marriage, and is free, of age, and sane. A person is not considered to have the capacity to remain chaste if he or she has only had intercourse in a marriage that is invalid, or is prepubescent at the time of material intercourse, or is someone insane at the time of marital intercourse who subsequently regains their sanity prior to committing adultery. If the offender is not someone with the capacity to remain chaste, then the penalty consists of being scourged (def: o12.5) one hundred stripes and banished to a distance of at least 81 km./50 mi. for one year.

https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/quran/the-reliance-of-the-traveller.pdf

In Saudi Arabia, lawmakers are looking to impose the death penalty on gay people who show their sexuality in public and on social media, according to reports. They claim social media has caused an uprise in the number of gays in their country. In Iran, in accordance with sharia law, men and women can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. In fact, in the Middle East, there are 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by law.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jun/13/ugly-truth-about-sharia-law/

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OIC
News Date: 
09/05/2016
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Groups advocating for gay and transgender rights have been banned from an upcoming meeting at the UN following the intervention of a coalition of Muslim states. The conference will take place from June 8 to June 10 and aims to end the international AIDs epidemic by 2030. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation, a coalition of 57 Muslim countries, requested the ban in a letter submitted by Egypt.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
22/08/2008
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Now Hardcash has made a follow-up programme for Channel 4's Dispatches, to be broadcast next month, in which a female reporter attends prayer meetings at an important British mosque which claims to be dedicated to moderation and dialogue with other faiths.

The programme-makers, who are not naming the mosque at this stage, say she secretly filmed shocking sermons given to the women-only congregation in which female preachers recited extremist and intolerant beliefs.

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Netherlands (the)
News Date: 
03/12/2016
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FURIOUS Dutch MPs have demanded an immediate public inquiry after a government-backed watchdog said it was acceptable for Muslims to send gay people death threats.

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Syrian Arab Republic
News Date: 
13/06/2016
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The Islamic State terror group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, pushed two gay men, blindfolded, to their deaths from a roof in Homs, Syria, last August. After plummeting to the ground, with their heads splattering on the concrete, they were stoned by an angry mob, which included children. All of it was recorded and posted to the Internet. This year, the U.K.-based Observatory for Human Rights estimates at least 25 people have been killed by ISIS for being gay: six stoned, three shot in the head and 16 thrown from highrise buildings.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
01/01/2017
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Members of a government-funded Muslim anti-extremism organisation praised by the Prime Minister have been found to have made numerous anti-Semitic and homophobic comments on social media.

The Birmingham-based charity Odara is believed to have received over £150,000 of taxpayer money via the government’s counter-extremism Prevent program, for the work it does in running workshops for women. The charity prides itself on providing what it calls a ‘safe environment for discussion on issues like domestic violence, mental health and extremism’.

Country: 
Syrian Arab Republic
News Date: 
05/12/2016
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Morocco
News Date: 
03/11/2016
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Two teenage girls in Morocco face up to three years in jail on homosexuality charges after they were caught kissing. The girls, aged 16 and 17, were detained by police after they were spotted kissing and hugging on the roof of a house in Marrakech last week

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
06/10/2016
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A hate preacher who has called for gay people to be beheaded or burned to death should be removed from the UK, the Home Secretary has been told. 

Shaykh Hamza Sodagar is in London this week to deliver a series of lectures at the Islamic Republic of Iran School, which is run by the Iranian government.

The American-born radical, who describes himself as a 'role model for young Muslims all around the world', has previously posted a video listing five ways in which gay people should be killed.

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
07/10/2016
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An American-born Muslim cleric invited to speak in London should have his visa revoked over remarks he made several years ago about beheading and burning homosexuals, a leading gay rights campaigner has said.

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Syrian Arab Republic
News Date: 
24/08/2016
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Iran (Islamic Republic of)
News Date: 
17/08/2016
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Italy
News Date: 
09/08/2016
Country: 
Syrian Arab Republic
News Date: 
13/06/2016
Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
01/06/2011
Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
09/10/2013

Type: Opinion

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Since Sharia is the compilation of the laws of Islam, and is looked upon as the final word for every single aspect of life, what does it say about homosexuality, the status of women, and the rights of non-Muslims living in Islamic countries? I am quoting from the best English translation of Sharia law in print today: The book is Reliance of the Traveller by noted Islamic scholar Ahmed ibn Naqib al-Misri.

Some may wish to compare Sharia with the Law of Moses in the Old Testament and claim that Christians wish to enforce the same kind of code today.  However, the New Testament does not insist upon the wholesale enforcement of the civil and religious aspects of the Law of Moses, as can be seen in the operations of the emerging Christian Church in the Book of Acts.  I will deal with the purpose and fulfillment of the Law of Moses in Christian theology in an upcoming article.

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Gatestone Europe

WATCH! DUTCH HOMOSEXUAL PLEADS FOR PRIME MINISTER’S PROTECTION AGAINST MUSLIMS

Posted on February 27, 2017 16:00

By Vincent van den Born

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For the upcoming elections in the Netherlands, broadcaster RTL Nieuws made a series of video messages addressed to the future Prime Minister, called Dear Prime Minister. One of the messages was made by 36-year-old Patrick, who tells us about his daily life and his fears for tomorrow:

Dear Prime-Minister,

Allowing different cultures into the Netherlands is fine, but not at our own expense. I am openly gay, and I sense that this is an issue in the Netherlands.

I have had nasty experiences in this neighbourhood. Those experiences amount to discrimination, verbal abuse and getting beaten up twice.

To a large degree, this is caused by integration and immigration. Islam is quite intolerant towards homosexuals. You really sense this when you live in a multicultural neighbourhood. In regard to this matter, integration has clearly failed. 

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Milo Yiannopoulos said that Islam as a whole, not just the extremists, was the root course of violent attacks on gays and women by Muslims.

“I’m not talking about Islamists. I’m not talking about terrorists. I’m not talking about radical Islam. I’m talking about mainstream Muslim culture” said Yiannopoulos. “There are eleven Muslim countries in which I could be killed for being a homosexual. The state penalty is death. One hundred million people live in countries where the penalty for homosexuality is death. This is not radical Islam. This is mainstream Muslim society. Look what’s happening in Sweden. Look what’s happening anywhere in Germany, anywhere there are large influxes of a Muslim population. Things don’t end well for women and gays. The left has got to make a decision. Either they want female emancipation and it wants gay rights or it wants Islam. It’s got to pick…”

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I originally wrote this as a reflection on how the decades of Muslims ethnically-cleansing gay areas in London were predictors for future Muslim terrorism directed against gays. Within a few months of the Orlando attack, where a Muslim killed 50 gay people in a nightclub, I realised that the Orlando attack had been normalised & more-or-less forgotten. So, the topic needed to be generalised.

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Below the map, we take a closer look at the 10 countries in which homosexuality can be punishable by death. In some, the sentencing derives from an interpretation of sharia law. There are some in which provisions for the death penalty exist but have never been carried out. In others that we haven't included, non-state actors who control swaths of land either summarily execute or sentence homosexuals to death.

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Anne Marie Waters joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss anOctober 2015 article she wrote for Breitbart News, which the UK Guardian attacked as a “racist Breitbart rape-scare piece” after Donald Trump, Jr., referred to it on Twitter Tuesday morning.

Marlow said the article, which ran under the title “Europe’s Rape Epidemic: Western Women Will Be Sacrificed at the Altar of Mass Migration,” was “incredible” work, filled with “details, facts, figures, and a personal account of what it’s like to live in Europe right now, where there is a culture of extremely aggressive sexual behavior, typically coming from this influx of Muslim migrants.”

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