The articles printed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editors or of Gatestone Institute. It means that everything that is good about Israel can be turned on its head and held up as a perceived attempt to mask or deflect 'human rights abuses'. Some say we should burn them Regarding these "Gay pride" celebrations, the Bible states: But I have experienced other similar actions from Arab men, so I conclude it is not at all uncommon. The Arabs and Palestinians have the right idea. Israel has been marching forward towards tolerance and acceptance of the gay community's rights, while Palestinians remain as intolerant as ever with regards to those who dare to act and speak differently.
Do we see this reverse logic applied against any other state in the World?
Gays in Muslim countries face destruction
That leaves commandments for gay men to observe. Two teachers face long prison sentences for educating Baha'is, who are banned from pursuing further education in Iran. Join Our Mailing List Email: The report notes that the Israeli Intelligence had been tracking his location through his cell phone. But then there are Israelis, who, although divided in their attitudes, are undeniably more accepting of the LGBT community than their Arab neighbors.
Moreover, as I have written at length elsewhere the prohibition against homosexuality defines it not as a moral but as a religious sin, akin to, say, eating on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, as there is no injured innocent party. Some say we should burn them Don't feel singled out, gays. No part of the Gatestone website or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied or modified, without the prior written consent of Gatestone Institute. In the Palestinian world, however, this is no laughing matter.