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Qatari government advisor claims queer Snapchat content is a ‘deviation from Allah’. Scarily, the solution is censorship

Saudi Arabian lesbian couple declare their love to the world on Arabic TV show

Eight men sentenced to two years in prison for ‘imitating women’ at a birthday party in Mauritania

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Lesbian boxer risks jail and kisses her girlfriend in a defiant stand against Maldives’ homophobic laws

Ten men have been thrown behind bars to await ‘judgement’ for a secret gay wedding in African country of Mauritania

Kenyan gay and lesbian organisations demonstrate outside the Nigerian High Commission in Nairobi, one holding a yellow sign that reads: 'Nigeria: LGBTI, We are together'

Nigerian university graduates arrested for simply being gay in heinous Sharia law police raid

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Man charged with Brunei’s first ‘gay crime’ since introduction of Sharia law

Five Malaysian men jailed and caned for attempting gay sex

A Saudi Arabia flag flies on the top of their consulate building on January 10, 2019 in Istanbul.

Man executed in Saudi Arabia admitted to gay sex in ‘invented’ confession

Brunei foreign minister tells Jeremy Hunt gay executions are ‘unlikely’

Brunei foreign minister tells Jeremy Hunt gay executions are ‘unlikely’

Brunei foreign minister says gay executions are ‘unlikely’ despite new law

Brunei says new anti-gay laws will ‘deter’ people from anti-Islamic acts

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - MAY 23: An acehnese man gets caning in public from an executor known as 'algojo' for spending time with a woman who is not his wife, which is against Sharia law at Syuhada mosque on May 23, 2017 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Indonesia's Aceh Province, on the northern tip of Sumatra island, is among the only place in the Muslim-majority country which implements the strict version of Sharia Law. Public canings take place regularly in Aceh for a range of offenses from adultery to homosexuality to selling alcohol, while women are required to dress modestly and Shariah police officers patrol the streets and conduct raids to hunt for immoral activities. More than 90 per cent of the 255 million people who live in Indonesia describe themselves as Muslim, but the vast majority practice a moderate form. According to reports, the Shariah Law in Aceh began in 2001, after receiving authorization from Indonesia's central government, which was intent on calming separatist sentiment in the conservative region while today. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

Another Malaysian state wants to legalise caning gay people because ‘it shows the beauty of Islam’

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