Jean Salim Responds to Homophobic Outlook Article and “Free Speech” Supporters
Viewpoint: Please me at any Price
By Mohamad Sibai an angry American after 9/11
I wrote a satire about Sibai’s article by striking out words and replacing them by others, those are not my beliefs or views. This is just a wake up call for people that are defending him under the cover of free speech and a response to him as how a lot of people stereotype his beliefs – Jean Salim
The other day, I saw a couple holding ands along Hamra Street. Normally I would never look twice, but something was not right. They both One had short hair a long beard, facial hair, and rough voices. The other was all covered by what seemed like a plastic bag. The sight was disturbing. Call me sexist islamophobic, call me whatever you like, I couldn’t get that image out of my head for the whole day. I couldn’t believe what I saw, I know that Lebanon aims to be an ideal ‘secular’ religiously diverse country, but if this is what ‘secular’ religious diversity is then maybe it’s not such a good idea.
Homosexuality Islam has always been a controversial subject in the world, not just Lebanon. In the United States some states have legalized sexual marriage Islam while others have outlawed the act. Almost every holy religion has condemned it. The bible States “He that sacrificeth unto any god, save unto the LORD only, he shall be utterly destroyed.” (Exodus 22:20)
Judaism also condemns those who commit such an ‘abomination’.
Even if I were to put religions aside, our cultures, logic, morals, and humanity have and hopefully always will condemn such acts whether in public or in private. Some have previously asked the question: ‘Why would God create people like that if he didn’t want us to do it?’ People are not born homosexual Muslim, usually one changes as he is growing from the infant stage up until puberty, some even later than that. This is, according to psychologists, due to certain factors during infancy and puberty (mainly brainwashing) and homosexuality Islam can be treated in various ways.
I have seen the protests all over the world on the news, and it wasn’t something I saw to be logical, or human for that matter. I mean, let’s stop for a minute and say that it was okay to be gay Muslim all over the world and have a chain around plastic bag on a man’s woman’s neck head and body and have him her dragged around, suicide bombing people for no reason. How would that serve mankind any good? It obviously wouldn’t. The pair (if not more) would never have too much offspring, the rate of STDs world population would skyrocket, and any morality sustainability that society still had would disappear amongst a myriad other plights. In that logic, if homosexuality Islam is legalized world-wide, then let’s legalize marijuana as well. If homosexual’s Muslim’s excuse is ‘it’s what makes us happy’ then what will stop others from taking the same stand. Do we want everyone to become an angry suicide bomber?
The point is, religion secularism has done well in keeping society working well and efficiently in a respectable manner. God The state has set the rules for us to abide by, not to make life hard on us, but to make it better and easier.
‘Islam is all about suicide bombers, plastic bag women and angry mobs, I can’t imagine someone killing himself and others because of a promise of women in heaven’ Yakov Smirnoff an unknown comedian.
The lust, the hunger, the addiction. Men hungering for gay Nymphs and pleasure in heaven are willing to withstand the freezing environment of a metal cell in Russia death by suicide bombing just to please their insides. Is this what the human race has become?