The leaders of the (leftwing) Women’s March furiously and fiercely support sharia law. America, beware the Democrats.
Even gay leadership in America stands with the sharia left. Scroll here. The sanction of brutal of gays under Islam continues. I spoke at an LGBT event at the RNC decrying the treatment of gays under Islam, and the mainstream media attacked the event with a vengeance. Gay leadership has condemned me (and my colleagues) who oppose the most brutal, homophobic and extreme ideology on the face of the earth, while stumping for their executioners. They were loud and proud against our ads highlighting the brutal oppression and subjugation of gays under sharia. They were holding press conferences condemning me. Gay organizations in America say nothing about this, but loudly condemned my ad campaign highlighting Muslim oppression of gays under the sharia. That includes the San Francisco Board of Examiners, the Human Rights Commission, SFHRC head transgender Theresa Sparks, but most especially the enemedia. They called our ads hate and issued a resolution condemning our AFDI ad campaign (the first of its kind) against our organization for merely quoting Muslim political leaders, spiritual leaders and cultural voices in the Muslim community who call for the torture and death of gay people.
Brunei may start stoning gay & bi men to death next month under sharia law
Brunei will soon allow for stoning to be used as punishment for sodomy.
Several updates to the penal code that were approved in 2013 will go into effect on April 3, according to a notice published on the government’s website.
“I am extremely concerned by this move,” said Matthew Woolfe of the human rights organization The Brunei Project told Gay Star News. “Some of the laws that we are about to see implemented are horrendous and unjustifiable.”
In 2013, several updates to the penal code smaller punishments like fines for several crimes like having a baby out of wedlock, missing prayers, or promoting religions other than Islam. Stiffer punishments for other crimes were left to be implemented at a later date.
“The decision to implement the (penal code) is not for fun but is to obey Allah’s command as written in the Quran,” Sultan and Prime Minister Hassanal Bolkiah said in 2014 when the changes started to go into effect, adding that the changes to the penal code as a “great achievement.”
“Under international law, stoning people to death constitutes torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and is thus clearly prohibited,” Rupert Colville, a spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said in 2013 when the law was first passed.
“The provisions of the revised penal code may encourage further violence and discrimination against women and also against people on the basis of sexual orientation.”
There are currently ten countries that punish homosexuality can be punished with the death penalty. Several of them, including Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Mauritania, specify that stoning can be used as a punishment.
Brunei is located on the island of Borneo and is completely surrounded by Malaysia. The official state religion is Islam, although only two-thirds of its 400,000 inhabitants identify as Muslim.
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