Chechen Muslim Authorities Arresting and Killing Gay Men

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Monstrous. And the left’s complicity is criminal. The elites on the left attack and destroy those of us who oppose this brutal homophobia.

Even the Orlando mass murder of gays didn’t change anything.

Last year, I spoke at an LGBT event at the RNC decrying the treatment of gays under Islam, and the mainstream media attacked the event with a vengeance.

The left stands with the Muslims who practice sharia.

“Chechen Authorities Arresting and Killing Gay Men, Russian Paper Says,” by Andrew E. Kramer, New York Times, April 1, 2017 (thanks to Thomas):

MOSCOW — First, two television reporters vanished. Then a waiter went missing. Over the past week, men ranging in age from 16 to 50 have disappeared from the streets of Chechnya.

On Saturday, a leading Russian opposition newspaper confirmed a story already circulating among human rights activists: The Chechen authorities were arresting and killing gay men.

While abuses by security services in the region, where Russia fought a two-decade war against Islamic insurgents, have long been a stain on President Vladimir V. Putin’s human rights record, gay people had not previously been targeted on a wide scale.

The men were detained “in connection with their nontraditional sexual orientation, or suspicion of such,” the newspaper, Novaya Gazeta, reported, citing Russian federal law enforcement officials, who blamed the local authorities.

By Saturday, the paper reported, and an analyst of the region with her own sources confirmed, that more than 100 gay men had been detained. The newspaper had the names of three murder victims, and suspected many others had died in extrajudicial killings.

A spokesman for Chechnya’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, denied the report in a statement to Interfax on Saturday, calling the article “absolute lies and disinformation.”

“You cannot arrest or repress people who just don’t exist in the republic,” the spokesman, Alvi Karimov, told the news agency.

“If such people existed in Chechnya, law enforcement would not have to worry about them, as their own relatives would have sent them to where they could never return,” Mr. Karimov said.

The sweep, like so much else in Russian politics today, was entangled in the country’s troubled politics of street activism.

It began, Novaya Gazeta reported, after a Moscow-based gay rights group, GayRussia.ru, applied for permits to stage gay pride parades in four cities in Russia’s predominantly Muslim North Caucasus region, of which Chechnya is a part.

The group had not focused on the Muslim areas. It had been applying for permits for gay parades in provincial cities around Russia, and collecting the inevitable denials, in order to build a case about gay rights and freedom of assembly with the European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg, France. It had applied to more than 90 municipal governments. Nikolai Alekseev, a gay rights activist coordinating this effort, told Novaya Gazeta he had chosen this tactic rather than staging risky, unsanctioned gay parades.

The group had not applied for a permit in Chechnya, but in another Muslim region in southern Russia, Kabardino-Balkaria. The mere application there — denied, as usual — had prompted an anti-gay counterdemonstration.

In the restive Muslim regions, Mr. Putin has empowered local leaders to press agendas of traditional Muslim values, to co-opt an Islamist underground. The gay pride parade applications became a galvanizing issue.

“In Chechnya, the command was given for a ‘prophylactic sweep’ and it went as far as real murders,” Novaya Gazeta reported….

  • Mahou Shoujo

    If the gay community is not interested in self preservation, preferring suicide by islam, then that is their issue.

  • taxpayer22

    Chechen Muslim Authorities Arresting and Killing Gay Men

  • Richard Harris

    Here is an interesting quote from the article:

    “In the restive Muslim regions, Mr. Putin has empowered local leaders to press agendas of traditional Muslim values, to co-opt an Islamist underground”

    This is true. In fact Putin has given a lot of power to Chechen Muslim leader Ramzan Kadyrov. He did this so that Kadyrov would “control the Islamic radicals” in Chechnya. Putin basically empowered Kadyrov as long as Kadyrov was loyal to Putin. But I have read where some in the Russian government have questioned Putin’s decision to give a lot of power to Kadyrov because he is nevertheless a hardcore Muslim who is a strong Sharia Law enforcer.

    Sure he may be loyal to Putin, but what happens after Putin leaves office?

    Some say that once Putin passes on, Kadyrov will have substantial power. According to this article…it says Kadyrov could succeed Putin as president of Russia. So according to this article, its possible a Muslim could be the next leader of Russia.
    http://www.interpretermag.com/thanks-to-moscows-actions-russia-could-become-an-islamic-state-in-10-to-15-years-russian-philologist-says/

    This is not good. Muslims always play it cool when their power is limited. But once they get more power, they get more bold in pushing their Sharia Law.

  • Craig

    The democrats support muslims who kill gays and the gays in the U.S. support the democrats. Anything wrong with this picture?

    • santashandler

      As long as it’s against Christians and Jews, everything is fine….

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    Maybe give a lecture that consists solely of showing slides of LGTBs being executed by Muslims.

  • Mary Seres

    You would think that the gay community and the whole LGBT? community would be scared to death of the increase in Islamic refugees coming into the states. After all in most of the Islamic states in the Middle East Homosexuality is not tolerated at all and in fact their solution to the problem is throw them off a roof and if that doesn’t kill them then stone them to death after they hit the ground. So you LGBT?s out there you keep fighting for those “equal bathroom rights” don’t worry about the islamic invasion, you can deal with that one later right?

    • The USA has laws—and law and order—that are an effective bulwark against attacks against gays by Muslims above the status quo ante bellum.

    • David Stephenson

      There are many of us who are scared to death and aware of what’s what with Islam. It is nearly impossible to wake up others in the community. They are fed solely the lies coming from the Dems and msm. And those like me who are awake to the threat are ostracized. Very frustrating.

  • Chechnya is in the sovereign territory of Russia. Vladimir Putin is curiously silent on this. I’m not surprised. They already hate Putin, who opposes the LGBT agenda in Russia and who has let attacks against LGBT people go unpunished elsewhere in the Federation, and this would only enhance it.

  • Max

    Putin is not innocent in this.His policies have sanctioned this.

  • David Stephenson

    Thank you to Pamela Geller for speaking out and keeping us informed about these constant Islamist purges. I’ve given up posting on Fakebook, but I read your blog daily. I wish I had a magic red pill to wake up the entire gay community.

  • Mary Seres

    What good are the laws if you have Mayors of Cities and Governors of States defying those laws and allowing sanctuary cities, and telling the police and sheriff’s departments not to obey the federal laws. What good art the laws when you have those in authority deciding which laws to pick and choose they will obey. Do you really think that our laws will do any good against Shariah Law?

  • Tatiana Covington

    What “authorities”? They’re just a bunch of plain old people.

  • Tatiana Covington

    What “authorities”? They’re just a bunch of plain old people. They go at you? Then you go at them.

    The hell with them!

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