Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Barbarians throw gay man off roof

His name is known only to God and a few friends, but Loaa Adel of Iraqi News reported on his death at the hands of the Islamic State. They threw him of a roof, and pelted him with stones.


From Loaa Adel:
The terrorist group published photos on affiliated websites showing a number of IS Diwan al-Hisbah (accountability) members, while reading out death sentence according to Sharia, in the presence of a crowd of people, before carrying out the execution based on “the limits of Allah and Islam.”
The photos revealed that the Islamic State militants started to throw the youth with stones, who was blindfolded, after throwing him from a building’s rooftop, but the exact time and location of the execution were not identified.
While Christians consider homosexuality a crime -- as well as adultery and masturbation -- it has been a while since they have executed a person for being homosexual.

In our country, a Muslim executed 49 people in a gay nightclub last summer in Orlando, Florida.

Muslim homophobia is not restricted to terrorists. It is punishable by death.

From the Washington Post:
Here are the 10 countries where homosexuality may be punishable by death:
Yemen: According to the 1994 penal code, married men can be sentenced to death by stoning for homosexual intercourse. Unmarried men face whipping or one year in prison. Women face up to seven years in prison.
Iran: In accordance with sharia law, homosexual intercourse between men can be punished by death, and men can be flogged for lesser acts such as kissing. Women may be flogged.
Mauritania: Muslim men engaging in homosexual sex can be stoned to death, according to a 1984 law, though none have been executed so far. Women face prison.
Nigeria: Federal law classifies homosexual behavior as a felony punishable by imprisonment, but several states have adopted sharia law and imposed a death penalty for men. A law signed in early January makes it illegal for gay people countrywide to hold a meeting or form clubs.
Qatar: Sharia law in Qatar applies only to Muslims, who can be put to death for extramarital sex, regardless of sexual orientation.
Saudi Arabia: Under the country’s interpretation of sharia law, a married man engaging in sodomy or any non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim can be stoned to death. All sex outside of marriage is illegal.
Afghanistan: The Afghan Penal Code does not refer to homosexual acts, but Article 130 of the Constitution allows recourse to be made to sharia law, which prohibits same-sex sexual activity in general. Afghanistan’s sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts with a maximum of the death penalty. No known cases of death sentences have been meted out since the end of Taliban rule in 2001.
Somalia: The penal code stipulates prison, but in some southern regions, Islamic courts have imposed sharia law and the death penalty.
Sudan: Three-time offenders under the sodomy law can be put to death; first and second convictions result in flogging and imprisonment. Southern parts of the country have adopted more lenient laws.
United Arab Emirates: Lawyers in the country and other experts disagree on whether federal law prescribes the death penalty for consensual homosexual sex or only for rape. In a recent Amnesty International report, the organization said it was not aware of any death sentences for homosexual acts. All sexual acts outside of marriage are banned.
Of course, if America had just drilled its own oil it would not have had to deal with these barbarians.

Cheap oil came at a hefty price.

But we have to fight the bastards now, and President Trump has this novel idea for winning the war: let the generals plan and execute the battles. It is working.



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14 comments:

  1. But . . . but . . . diversity?

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  2. Could Democrats be any more homophobic, importing as they were avowed gay-killers for the previous eight years?

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    1. idiot-western Muslims are peaceful. All refugees are vetted TWO YEARS

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  3. Radical Muzzies inject dogs with battery acid and then film them in agony before dying. This is not a religion we can do business with. I think more and more gays are reaching that same conclusion. Which they should.

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    1. Let's not give them any more ideas of depravity. What those savages do to dogs, they could do to queers.

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    2. Radical Christians are just as bad-worse in the western world since they do most of the domestic bombings and shootings

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    3. LMAO. Yeah Norman, it was radical Christians who brought down the Twin Towers and effed up the Pentagon.

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    4. Don gave you a list of countries that would be perfect for you, Norman.

      There are flights leaving daily for them. Book your flight now.

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    5. Norman says, Damn those Radical Amish. Always bombing and shooting people and driving their horse carriages into crowds.

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    6. Norman Amalgamate is a liar. Straight up.

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  4. Video - Evelyn Farkas Says Obama Was Spying on Trump - MSNBC 3/27 3/28


    http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2017/03/video-evelyn-farkas-says-obama-was.html

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  5. Don, with respect, Christians don't consider ANY of those things to be CRIMES, to be punished by the State; they do consider them SINS, which should not be promoted by the State.

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  6. All this talk of "marriage" leaves out the islamic temporary marriage, called Nikah Mut'ah.

    That provides for a short-term "marriage" so that muslims can have sex with a prostitute; no marriage is necessary for sex with boys or slaves, of course.

    They really are not like us at all; not at all.

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