Israeli Mayor Says His City Is Completely Free Of Gay People
Beit Shemesh Mayor Moshe Abutbul is proud to tell the global community that the Israeli city he presides over is 100 percent homosexual-free.
When asked about his city's gay community, Mayor Abutbul responded, “We have no such things. Thank God this city is holy and pure,” like the “garden of Eden.”
Considering that homosexuality is found in every living corner of the ecosystem, how is it that his city of 75,000 has gone against nature?
Rabbi Yitzhak Hagar attempted to answer that question during the same interview piece. “The central problem is a psychological problem, which needs treatment. In our community the problem is treated very, very well.”
Thankfully, the non-existent gays of Beit Shemesh have stood up against their mayor's ramblings to ensure nobody will ever think the city is free of diversity ever again. “The mayor of Beit Shemesh says that there are no gays in his city. He’s asked the police to deal with this phenomenon. Well, we talked to the police, and they’ll deal with us--with a pride parade that we will hold this upcoming Thursday.”
Match point, Beit Shemesh LGBT community!