|Kuwaiti Gay-Test guide photos|
for detecting Infundibuliform
the visible signs of sodomy.
Kuwait's director of public health says 'gays will be barred'. A medical test being developed by Kuwait will be used to 'detect' homosexuals and prevent them from entering the country – or any of the Gulf Cooperation Countries (GCC), according to a Kuwaiti government official.
GCC member countries – Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – already deem homosexual acts unlawful. This controversial stance is being toughened, according to Yousouf Mindkar, the director of public health at the Kuwaiti health ministry. Kuwait: The Gulf state is said to be developing a test that willl 'detect' gay people.
He told Kuwait newspaper Al Rai: ‘Health centres conduct the routine medical check to assess the health of the expatriates when they come into the GCC countries. However, we will take stricter measures that will help us detect gays who will be then barred from entering Kuwait or any of the GCC member states.’
Those taking part in homosexual acts in Kuwait, if they’re under 21, can receive a jail sentence of up to 10 years. Earlier this month Oman newspaper The Week was suspended over an article that was deemed to be sympathetic to homosexuals, according to the BBC.
It’s illegal to be gay in 78 countries, with lesbianism banned in 49. Five countries mete out the death penalty to gay people – Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen and Mauritania. Homosexuality is punishable by death in five countries - and illegal in 78.
|Regular Public Hanging of Gays in Teheran, Iran.|
Saudi Arabia: Although the maximum punishment for homosexuality is execution, the government tends to use other punishments - such as fines, prison sentences, and whipping - unless it feels that homosexuals have challenged state authority by engaging in social movements.
Sudan: For homosexual men, lashes are given for the first offence, with the death penalty following the third offence. 100 lashes are given to unmarried women who engage in homosexual acts.For lesbian women, stoning and thousands of lashes are the penalty for the first offence. Today, the issue has divided some religious communities. In 2006, Abraham Mayom Athiaan, a bishop in South Sudan, led a split from the Episcopal Church of Sudan for what he regarded as a failure by the church leadership to condemn homosexuality sufficiently strongly.
Yemen: Homosexuality is still illegal in Yemen in accordance to the country's Shari'ah legal system. Punishment ranges from flogging to death.
Mauritania: The Shari'a law applies in Mauritania. The penal code states that, since 1983,any adult Muslim caught engaging in an 'unnatural act' with a member of the same sex is punishable with the death sentence by public stoning.
|Noordin Mohammad Top.|
A leader of the Indonesian Islamist-terrorist organization Jemaah Isalmiah, Noordin was implicated in a number of major terrorist attacks in Indonesia, including the July-17 2009 suicide bombings at the Marriott and Ritz-carlton hotels in Jakarta. Following the shoot-out in which Noordin was killed, his corpse was sent to Jakarta in order to verify his identification.
Nearly two weeks after his death, Indonesian police spokesman Nana Sukarna announced that, during the autopsy, the examiner found that Noordin had an infundibuliform or "funnel-shaped anus", and asserted that he therefore engaged in passive sodomy -- i.e. he was regularly fucked in his arse. This information was verified by Mun'im Idris, a forensics expert from the University of Indonesia.
Australian and Indonesian Intelligence agencies strongly believe that Noordin Mohammad Top the poofter-terrosist was also responsible for 2002-October Bali-bombing which killed more than 200 including 88 Australians, 27 Britons, and 7 Americans.)