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NO ENTRY FOR GAYS: Muslim countries to perform forced tests on tourists to determine if they're gay or not Comments

Kuwait is joining the list of Gulf states that is saying "no" to the entry of gays into the country. A medical test is being developed in that country to "detect gays" and will be the basis for barring some individuals from entry into the country. Continue Reading

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  1. rafaelmarie
    9 months ago

    I really don't blame them.

    I wouldn't want perverts entering my country also.

    And in fact, there are homosexual organizations that are trying to establish homosexual organizations internationally.

    They simply don't want the homosexual, pedophilia hord that has plagued the southeastern asian countries that come from the Europe and the United States.

  2. Juneau Alaska
    9 months ago

    Is it any wonder why Islamic theocracies fail to earn Nobel Prizes for science? What are they going to do, take the sample, pray over it, and then read the results in the entrails of a goat?

    Islam is a cognitive sickness in ways Christianity, thankfully, hasn't been for many centuries. As long as infants are able to be labeled "Muslim children" and threatened with death for apostasy, I question the morals of any pope, patriarch or chief rabbi who would enter into any inter-faith negotiations with them.

    Mike, happy rationalist!


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