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Monday, January 11, 2010

'Palestinian' homosexual allowed to live in Israel

After reading this story, one has to wonder, again, why the homosexual 'activists' overseas all support the 'Palestinian' cause.
In an unusual ruling, the High Court of Justice ordered the state late last week to evaluate the degree to which the life of a young Palestinian is at risk, in part because of his sexual orientation. The Palestinian is asking for permission to remain in Israel because he fears for his life if he is expelled to the Palestinian Authority.

Speaking to Haaretz, he said that "in other times, when they brought me to the roadblock the entire village chased me and beat me, and nearly killed me. I prefer to sit in prison than to go back."

The official position of the state, which was also presented to the court, is that the committee on persons at risk operates in accordance with the office coordinating operations in the territories, and is authorized to address requests of Palestinians claiming to be under threat for their collaboration with security forces.

On the other hand, according to the state attorney, the committee is not authorized to discuss the cases of those whose behavior is seen by Palestinian society as being "morally degenerate," including prostitutes, criminals and drug addicts.

The Palestinian, in his 20s, maintains that his life is threatened because of his sexual orientation and because he has been marked by Palestinians as having cooperated with Israel.
Bottom line: At least for now, he's being allowed to stay in Israel and that's what's keeping him alive. Tell that to the gays you constantly see at pro-'Palestinian' rallies.


At 8:17 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Is that a prelude to the leftist Supreme Court legalizing same sex marriage in Israel?



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