Rank Hypocrisy of Radical “Anti-Israel Occupation” LGBTQ Leftists Revealed as Palestinians Execute Homosexuals

Mahmoud Ishtiwi, a ranking Hamas military commander, was executed in Gaza by three bullets to the chest after he was found guilty of “moral turpitude” — a thinly veiled reference to homosexuality. Ishtiwi’s high position failed to protect him, as he lived among people who consider homosexuality a sin punishable by death — and who act on it. In Arab society, homosexuality is denounced and stigmatized. Homosexuality is illegal under Hamas rule in the Gaza Strip, and dozens of gay Palestinians have fled to Israel out of fear of persecution and harassment. In the West Bank, the laws of the Palestinian Authority also do not protect the rights of gay Palestinians.
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