Homosexuality – punishable by death?

by Kal El on August 6, 2008 · 2 comments

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Don’t let the headline fool you, I am NOT for killing anyone for being homosexual, bisexual, asexual, what have you. This is actually being debated by “moderate” (read: moronic) muslims in Europe.

The Norwegian Islamic Council is still waiting for a reply from the European Fatwa Council before it decides whether or not it is in favour of the death penalty for homosexuality. “Unacceptable,” says lesbian Sara Asmeh Rasmussen.

Last November the Norwegian Islamic Council asked the European fatwa council what attitude it should have to homosexuals.

The fatwa council, which debates questions of Muslim faith and doctrine, had its annual meeting in Paris three weeks ago, but did not discuss the subject, according to daily newspaper Dagsavisen.

“It’s wrong of the Islamic Council to wait for the “verdict” from the fatwa council in such an important case. By not saying ‘no’ to death penalties for gays, it shows attitudes that conflict with both democratic and humanitarian values,” says Sara Azmeh Rasmussen. She is the only openly lesbian Muslim in Norway.

The head of the Norwegian Islamic Council, Senaid Kobilica, is not worried that the fatwa council will decide in favour of the death penalty. “I’m 100 percent certain that the fatwa council will not come out in favour something which conflicts with European law. The council wasn’t able to deal with the question of homosexuality this time, but it thinks that subject is quite relevant and wants to look at the matter more,” says Kobilica.

The Islamic Council, which represents 60,000 Muslims in Norway, is still not willing to say whether it is for or against the death penalty for homosexuals, until the fatwa council has spoken.

“It’s very important to have the European fatwa council with us in difficult matters like this. I am not in favour of the death penalty, but there are Islamic texts that various people understand differently. This is why we need to know the attitude of the authority before we make a decision,” says Kobilica.

First, it is sickening that this is even being debated, but that is islam for you. Second, Europe has a fatwa council????

Hat tip goes to Aftenposten online.

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  • http://seniorspeaks.blogspot.com Senior

    I live in Europe and I didn’t know we had a fatwa council. It should be abolished!

  • julius

    What part of Seperation of Church and State the Muslims dont understand?Will the u.n. and other governments please explain it to them,I cant stand the stupidity anymore. Yours truly,A global Infidel and concerned citizen.