Tag Archives: Middle east
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Israel celebrates peaceful Eilat Pride Parade

The Southern city of Eilat saw big crowds as it kicked off the events set for pride in Israel, which is expected to attract a total of 20,000 tourists to Tel Aviv Pride month. By Melanie Nathan, May 31, 2013. Meir Ohayon reports from Israel that “Hundreds of Eilat residents and members of the lesbian, […]

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United Arab Emirates LGBT | Scrub the Gay Away Video Mockery

LGBT people in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have attacked a YouTube video ‘tutorial’ which may depict an attempt to scrub away the gay, under the guise of a title “Be Yourself.” However, from a Western point of view, is the tutorial a mockery of the process of curing homosexuality through a rendition of a […]

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Twitter to Start Censoring by Country | Impact on Gay LGBTI Activism

Twitter announced that the company will now start to censor tweets on a country-by-country basis, allowing the popular microblogging site to comply with local governments’ request to remove, block certain content or users.

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Anti Semitism in South Africa

 See this blog; http://www.thoughtleader.co.za/traps/2009/03/10/cosatu%e2%80%99s-hate-speech-constitution/#comment-74068 I have to disagree on one point – Anti zionists are more often than not anti-semites; and that said the line is so fine that for the percentage that purport to not be anti semitic – well just take a hard look at who they are and what they do. Jews […]

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