Woe to you — from the gay community — if you dare to point out Sharia persecution of gays. When Pamela Geller and I ran ads highlighting the mistreatment of gays in Islamic law, the San Francisco City Council issued a resolution condemning not that mistreatment, but our ads. Gay advocates such as Theresa Sparks and Chris Stedman attacked us for daring to call attention to the institutionalized mistreatment of gays under Islamic law. 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.
“Bound and blindfolded then thrown off a high building to die on rubble below: ISIS savages murder another ‘gay’ man in Syria… then mob swarm to pelt the corpse with rocks,” by Tom Wyke, MailOnline, February 27, 2015 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
Islamic State have released new shocking photos of a ‘gay ‘man being thrown off a roof and stoned to death.
Following a trial in an Islamic State court, the man was taken to the roof of the building and thrown to his death in front a large crowd below.
The horrific act was carried out in Tel Abiad in the Islamic State capital of Raqqa in Syria.
The man is described as a ‘child of Lot’ and accused of committing acts of sodomy.
Lot is referred to in the Bible and the Qur’an, where it is claimed the people of Sodom and Gomorrah carried out sinful acts and were severely punished by God.
It is not the first occasion that Islamic State have published photos of such persecution. Another man accused of committing homosexual acts was thrown off the same building last month.
Amongst some of the bearded fighters, a number of children can be seen in the crowd, watching the horrific act.
Dozens of men line a high wall, hoping to get a better view of the atrocity from their vantage point.
A large crowd of fighters and local residents of Raqqa are shown gathering to watch the horrific punishment outside the Islamic court building in Tal Abiad.
Unusually, three niqab clad women can he seen waiting for the punishment to be carried out. They stand under the bombed out remains of the court building, away from the main crowd of men and boys.
One bearded fighter with his head covered by a red and white scarf, is holding a megaphone.
Standing at the front of the crowd, the man announces the court findings, sentencing ‘the child of Lot’ to death.
The man is described as a ‘child of Lot’ and accused of committing acts of sodomy. According to the Quran, Lot’s people of Sodom and Gomorrah carried out sinful acts and were severely punished by God.
Following the announcement, the guilty man is shown being thrown off the building’s roof by two fighters. Another fighter stands on the roof, watching the man fall to his death.
The victim’s legs and hands appear to have been bound together whilst his eyes have been covered by a black blindfold.
His broken body is shown lying on the ground, broken concrete and twisted metal litters the ground around his corpse.
The final photo shows the crowd enthusiastically hurling large rocks at the dead man’s body.