How Israel treats Gays and how the rest of the Arab world treat them are two different things

Tel Aviv Pride Parade is widely recognized as one of the leading parades in the world, and has become, over recent years, one of the world’s largest gay tourism events.

Over 200,000 people from around the world descended on Tel Aviv today to march in the largest ever pride parade in Asia and the Middle East…

Tel Aviv Pride Parade is widely recognized as one of the leading parades in the world, with The Boston Globe dubbing Tel Aviv “the World’s Gayest City,” and Out Magazine calling it “the Gay Capital of the Middle East.”

…Tel Aviv-Yafo Mayor, Ron Huldai: “Tel Aviv Pride Parade is not just a celebration, but also an important declaration of support. Tel Aviv, which has already been acknowledged as the world’s “most gay-friendly city” will continue to be a light-house city – spreading the values of freedom, tolerance and democracy to the world.”

Blogger and Television Star, Perez Hilton: “I am so excited to be the International Ambassador for Tel Aviv Pride 2017 and I’m thrilled to be in this city with my children and to show them a place that I truly love. With all the awful things happening to Gay, Lesbian and Transgender people all over the world, I am so happy to be in a place that is so welcoming”.

Arab countries compared to Israel, are very dangerous places for homosexuals to live although fake feminist and Sharia law activist Palestinian Linda Sarsour would have you believe that all is sweetness and light in the non-Israeli Arab world.

…Thus when someone like Sarsour, whose history of praising sharia law (and therefore the persecution of gays) and nations that routinely imprison and murder homosexuals is well documented, begins lecturing everyone on the hardships the LGBTQ community faces in the United States,  one must raise an eyebrow…

The facts don’t lie: In dozens of Islamic-majority countries, homosexuality remains a crime.

…For a woman so supposedly devoted to equality and human rights, it’d be nice if she said something about the communities she claims to represent.  For someone who wants to talk about the plight of the Palestinians, where’s her alarm about the fact that homosexuality remains illegal (and possibly a capital offense, depending on whom you ask) in the West Bank and Gaza?

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