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Saudi Arabia Welcomes LGBT's Visitors And Their Money. WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER GO.

Saudi Arabia Welcomes LGBT’s Visitors And Their Money – WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER NEVER GO.

Come out to Saudi Arabia, we’ll get together, have a few laughs…Then tomorrow we’ll bedhead you. !

Saudi Arabia is reaching out to a particularly lucrative segment of the market: LGBTQ visitors, as the country continues its campaign to draw tourists, international media reported.

According to the Saudi Tourism Authority’s (STA) website’s Q&A section, “Gay guests are welcome in the kingdom.”

The website said, “Everyone is welcome to visit Saudi Arabia and visitors are not asked to disclose such personal details,” is the website’s response to the question on its FAQ page: “Are LGBT visitors welcome to visit Saudi Arabia?”


Here is the catch: “Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) people in Saudi Arabia face severe repression and legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Both male and female same-sex sexual activity is illegal.”

Yes. Even for tourists.

The primary source of law in Saudi Arabia is the Islamic Sharia. This is derived from the Quran. The traditional interpretation of Sharia is that it prohibits homosexual acts (as zina or unlawful sexual intercourse) and, specifically, liwat or sodomy, though there is a difference of opinion on the punishment ranging from none at all (hanafi) to the death penalty

Here are just a few reasons NOT to visit Saudi Arabia:

*In 2000, the Saudi Government sentenced nine Saudi men to extensive prison terms with lashing for engaging in cross-dressing and homosexual relations. That same year the government executed three Yemeni male workers for homosexuality and child molestation.

*In 2001, Saudi teacher and playwright Muhammad Al-Suhaimi was charged with promoting homosexuality and after a trial was sentenced to prison.

*In May 2005, the government arrested 92 men for homosexuality, who were given sentences ranging from fines to prison sentences of several months and lashings. Likewise, on 7 November 2005 Riyadh police raided what the Saudi press called a “beauty contest for gay men” at Al-Qatif

*In 2011–2012, the Saudi newspaper Okaz announced that the government had arrested over 260 people for the crime of homosexuality over a one-year period. According to the official report, the men were caught cross-dressing, wearing ladies’ makeup and trying to pick up other men.

And the list goes on and on to this very year.

Saudi Arabia has laws against discrimination on the basis of gender but not sexual orientation. Harassment or violence against LGBT people is not addressed in any bias-motivated or hate crime law. Advocacy for LGBT rights is illegal within the “kingdom.”

So as you see Saudi Arabia is not exactly the best of place for LGBT travelers to visit.

Like Florida.

IRAN Sentences 2 Gay Rights Activists To Death

IRAN Sentences 2 Gay Rights Activists To Death

Iran  has imposed the death penalty on two lesbian activists for allegedly promoting homosexuality, human rights organization Hengaw reported on Sunday.

“Zahra Sediqi Hamedani, known as ‘Sareh,’ 31, from Naqadeh, and Elham Chubdar, 24, from Urmia, both activists of the LGBT community, were sentenced to death by the Revolutionary Court of Urmia in a joint case on the charge of ‘Corruption on Earth’ through the promoting of homosexuality.”

In addition to “promoting homosexuality,” the two women, according to Hengaw, were convicted of  “promoting Christianity” and “communicating with the media opposing the Islamic Republic.”

In December of 2021 the Islamic Republic’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) arrested a lesbian in November and, according to the pro-Iran Tasnim news agency, was detained on charges of “forming a gang for trafficking girls and supporting homosexuality.” 

As of 2008 Iran’s regime has executed between 4,000 and 6,000 gays and lesbians since the nation’s Islamic revolution in 1979,.

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ISIS Posts Pictures Of Gays Being Executed On Social Media – WARNING! DISTURBING IMAGES



ISIS the Islamic State (or ISIS)  have posted pictures that  depict two gay men thrown from the roof of a building as a crowd watches them fall to their deaths, and  carrying out public executions before an audience in Iraq’s Nineveh province.

. In another photo, woman accused of being an adulterer is stoned to death, and two men charged with thievery are bound to crucifixes. Victims are commonly crucified, sometimes after they have been killed, in ISIS public executions.

Via the Daily Beast:

ISIS-affiliated social media feeds began spreading the images Thursday. Those accounts linked to a justpasteit.com file attributed to the “Information Office of the mandate of Nineveh,” an apparent propaganda arm tied to Islamic state press releases. The public executions appear to have taken place in Mosul, the capital of the Islamic State and Iraq’s second largest city sits in Nineveh province.

Public executions in ISIS controlled areas enforce the group’s version of Sharia Law and serve to terrorize locals into strict obedience. Elsewhere, ISIS has used the tactic to intimidate its rivals.

Another example of human beings using religion to justify their hatred, bigotry and contempt. Murder is murder no matter what excuse you choose to justify your actions.