Muslim Chechen Leaders Attempting to 'Eliminate' the Gay Population

Nick Kangadis | May 5, 2017
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Liberals can preach to me from their secular pulpits all they want about how Islam is a peaceful religion. This is yet another example of how it’s not.

Chechnya has become a place of open genocide, particularly against the gay community (LGBT).

According to the Daily Mail, Chechen authorities have told parents of gay children: “Either you kill them, or we will.”

We constantly have to listen to the incessant meanderings of liberals of how evil the U.S. is toward gay people, but when you bring up the atrocities being perpetrated on gay populations in places such as Chechnya they’re nowhere to be found.

And why would they care? To care would make them Islamophobic, and they don’t want to go and mix up their social justice virtues.

The Daily Mail reported:

Reports from the Chechen republic claim that homosexuals are being rounded up and killed on the orders of [Chechen] leader Ramzan Kadyrov.

And last week the British Parliament heard Kadyrov intends to eliminate the gay community by the end of this month.

While the Daily Mail did mention Ramadan, only because Ramadan begins at the end of the month, there was literally not one mention of Islam or the Muslim faith.

That’s a problem considering the most recent data shows that Chechnya is almost 95 percent Muslim.

How bad has the persecution of gays in Chechnya become?

The Daily Mail also reported:

Horrifying testimony from survivors from Chechen concentration camps say victims are being tortured and their family summoned to kill them.

A survivor told France24: 'They tell the parents to kill their child. They say, "Either you do it, or we will". They call it "cleaning your honour with blood".

'They tortured a man for two weeks [then] they summoned his parents and brothers who all came.

'The authorities said to them: "Your son is a homosexual – sort it out or we'll do it ourselves.”’

And another survivor, identified only as Anzor, told the Associated Press how he had been tortured in one of the camps.

He said: 'It's a feeling like they are breaking every bone of every joint in your body at the same time.'

No matter what anyone’s opinion of the LGBT community might be, it’s not difficult to understand that this is an atrocity that needs to be pointed out to the world.

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