It is terrifying for gay people to live in a country that is under the sharia or even respectful of sharia law. What is so egregious is that openly gay men in the West such as Anderson Cooper loudly and repeatedly condemn me for my counter-jihad work and opposition to sharia. And he is hardly alone: the vast majority of gay organizations stand staunchly with their would-be executioners.
The silence of the gay leadership here and abroad is sickening. When I ran ads highlighting the oppression of gays under Islamic law, the San Francisco City Council issued a resolution (the first of its kind!) condemning me, not our ads.
Transgender and gay leaders and advocates such as Theresa Sparks and Chris Stedman attacked us for daring to call attention to the institutionalized mistreatment of gays under Islamic law. Robert Spencer wrote, “Their gay advocacy doesn’t extend to standing up to Sharia oppression of gays, even though that oppression is far more virulent and violent than anything from ‘right-wing extremists’ in the U.S. And you can’t blame them: given the Leftist/jihadist alliance, it’s clear that if they spoke out against Sharia mistreatment of gays, they would no longer be invited to the best parties, and might even be branded as ‘right-wing.’ Their moral cowardice and duplicity, however, are obvious.”
Head of SF Human Rights Commission Transgender Theresa Sparks attacks our AFDI Gay ads here.
(hat tip Christian via Terror Watch)
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.