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Tag Archive: Kuwait

Oct 07 2013

Gays to be barred from entering Kuwait

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Did you hear the latest? Kuwait is thinking of using a routine medical check for expatriates to also help it “detect gays.” Once you’ve been found out, you will then be barred from entering the country. Not a bad thing when you think that prison terms for homosexual acts can be up to ten years. …

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Jul 30 2013

Many problems can be solved with sex slaves

If only someone had thought of it sooner. But better late than never I guess… (This is from 2011 by the way but too good to pass up on) A female Kuwaiti politician has called for the legalization of sex slavery, saying it would protect decent, devout and virile Kuwaiti men from adultery. And all …

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Jan 17 2013

Free Al-Baz now!

The Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is outraged to learn about the arrest of Egyptian blogger and atheist Abdul Aziz Mohammed Al-Baz (also known as Ben Baz) in Kuwait for merely exercising his right to free expression, conscience and belief. He has been arrested since 2 January 2013 and charged with blasphemy. There will be a hearing on …

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