Kuwaiti MP Defends Country's Ban On Gays Entering The Country From International Outrcy
Kuwaiti MP Abdul Rahman Al Jiran defends his country's prohibition on gays entering the country from Amnesty International, which, among other human rights organizations across the globe, blasted the extreme homophobic policy.
"The decision to bar homosexuals from entering Kuwait is a sovereign decision," Al Jiran said. "Amnesty International should take care of lofty and noble goals for which it was established, leave aside homosexuality and deviations and stop defending delinquents. The organisation should heed the annual rates of births outside the institution of marriage in Europe and abortions as well as the high rates of underage mothers and other moral crimes forbidden by all divine religions."
Your move, Amnesty International.