Gays to be barred from entering Kuwait

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.

Even more absurd is how the authorities ignore the fact that there are Kuwaiti gay people too. Well let’s not spoil it for them. Focusing on expats can help maintain the sharia party line that anything to do with sexuality and sex that is not religiously sanctioned is “western debauchery and perversion”…

This follows Ahmadinejad’s point of view that there are no gays in Iran…

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Someone should really look into the amount of time the guardians of Sharia law spend looking into and controlling people’s sex lives. There is definitely a story in there somewhere.

(via Dawood)

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 along we thought the veil, burka, sex segregation… was going to be enough.

Plus according to this humanitarian, the sex slaves would be women prisoners from war-torn countries who would be saved from starvation as a result.

It’s a real win-win situation for all.

Seriously though you can’t make this stuff up even if you tried.

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 his case on 28 February 2013.

Al-Baz is in real danger. In May 2012, the Kuwaiti parliament passed new amendments to allow for cruel and inhuman penalties, including long-term imprisonment and death, for blasphemy. Only recently, a man was sentenced to ten years in prison for Twitter blasphemy.

The CEMB condemns the Kuwaiti government’s imprisonment of Al-Baz and calls on the government to immediately and unconditionally release him and all those being held on blasphemy charges. [Read more...]