As I commented, it’s strange how all these dictators allowed their societies to be more openminded than they ever were… I remember 1960’s pics from Iran, Afganistan, Iraq, Egypt,…. even saudi Arabia…but how could they forget that making it compulsory was not a good idea?… also I find it contradictory. In these lands is normal to find men walking holding hands, kissing on cheeks, etc…. while u can’t even shake hands with a woman. For lesser than those things, 2 guys would be considered “gayish” around here… different planets, different standards.

Whisky and Tea

Islamism, reincarnating the medievalist witch hunt:

Sitting on the floor, wearing traditional Islamic clothes and holding an old notebook, Abu Hamizi, 22, spends at least six hours a day searching internet chatrooms linked to gay websites. He is not looking for new friends, but for victims.

“It is the easiest way to find those people who are destroying Islam and who want to dirty the reputation we took centuries to build up,” he said. When he finds them, Hamizi arranges for them to be attacked and sometimes killed.

Hamizi, a computer science graduate, is at the cutting edge of a new wave of violence against gay men in Iraq. Made up of hardline extremists, Hamizi’s group and others like it are believed to be responsible for the deaths of more than 130 gay Iraqi men since the beginning of the year alone.

The deputy leader of the group, which is…

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