Thursday, 2 March 2017

Transphobia is a hate crime in the West but not in Saudi Arabia?

Transphobia hjas been fingered as a huge hate crime problem in the West at the moment, cheer lead by the priests of political correctness - the BBC. Objecting to men who identify as women using the ladies at a public facility is a hate crime and the BBC will report every infraction BUT this sort of story is of no interest to the BBC because it hapened in a Muslim majority land.

'Two transgender Pakistanis were reportedly packed into sacks and thrashed to death with sticks by police in Saudi Arabia. 

The pair from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan, were arrested in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for cross-dressing in public. 

It is a punishable offence in the kingdom for a man to imitate a woman and officers arrested 35 people in a raid on a guest house. 

While 11 were released later after paying a fine of 150,000 riyals (£32,000), 22 are still in police custody, Naseem added.

'The suffering ended for these two after being physically tortured, however, the rest are still languishing in Saudi jails.

'No one is there to save them as the life of a transgender is not of any value to anyone, not even for our own government.' '
It seems that when the BBC's pro-transgenderism comes into conflict with its pro-Islam obsession, it's Islam that wins.

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