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Amnesty slams Gulf countries’ proposed ‘medical tests’ to ‘detect’ and ban gay and trans people

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  1. Is it Mexican Gulf or Persian Gulf we’re talking about?

    1. James Orpin 12 Oct 2013, 10:24pm

      Look at a map

  2. What if it were announced that anyone with Kuwaiti (or participating Gulf States) passports entering the UK would be subject to the exact same tests? Can you imagine the outcry as figures in the full niqab or a burka were taken off to have their gender checked?

    It would rightly be seen as discriminatory, and prejudiced etc.

  3. I t all muslim men are in the 40% homosexual range.
    If you build an 8 ft wall of live/visit on an island anything goes,. Allah canoe see over weater or over an 8 ft fence.

    1. I have absolutely no idea what you are saying.

  4. Helge Vladimir Tiller 12 Oct 2013, 9:07pm

    If the international community doesn’t react with all possible means to this Nazi-test !- I consider our “Western Society” as a selfish coward.

  5. Surely, if we retaliated with a ‘religious bigot’ test when Kuwaiti’s try to enter the UK / USA / Europe, they’d pretty soon knock this idea on the head. What is it that so drives these individuals to conduct such victimisation. The more I learn about psychology, the more I realise that homophobia is driven by an INDIVIDUAL’s self-hatred. What Kuwait’s Health Minister is REALLY saying is that his religious conditioning has brainwashed him into fearing his OWN homosexuality will burst out of his body if the temptation of homosexuality isn’t kept out of his life. How would he achieve this? By introducing tests to identify those people who represent that which he most despises in himself. This man and others in positions of power who advocate the persecution and marginalisation of gay people, should be removed from office and ‘screened’ for their OWN suppressed homosexuality. I would lay good money on them failing miserably.

  6. They can’t seriously expect tourists to undergo these so-called “tests”, can they? Imagine having to go through that at the airport! That will soon kill off tourism.

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