In yet another Islamic attack against the LGBT community, an Iranian man was almost stabbed to death by a Tunisian immigrant for being gay.
The 25-year-old gay man was celebrating his birthday a day early when he was stabbed inside the asylum center, suffering a severed main artery.
Even after 49 gay people were slaughtered in a nightclub in Orlando, Florida by Omar Mateen, a Jihadi who claimed alliance to ISIS, people are still not willing to admit that Islam is inherently homophobic. Homophobia in Islamic countries is institutionalized due to a strict adherence to Islamic law. Not only does Islam condemn homosexuality, but under Sharia it is punishable by death. In Iran and Saudi Arabia, gays are hung from cranes, beaten, stoned, beheaded, and in the past, they have been burned to death. To be gay in an Islamic country is to be dead, quite frankly.
Attacks of this nature against gays, women, and anyone else who does not abide by Islamic law will continue to happen until leaders of the Western world stop importing people whose values threaten democracy and humanity.
The Tunisian migrant was detained on suspicion of attempted murder.
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DAILY MAIL, December 5, 2016
Police initially thought the attack on the 25-year-old in the town of Bellingwolde in the north-eastern part of the Netherlands was drugs-related.
But an LGBT organisation says it has witness statements confirming that the assault was because the victim is gay.
A shocking picture has emerged of the Iranian lying in a pool of his own blood shortly after the knifing.
A 34-year-old Tunisian asylum-seeker is suspected of carrying out the attack on September 15, details of which have only just emerged.
The young Iranian man had just left the room of an Iranian family in the asylum centre when the attack unfolded.
The public prosecutor’s office said in a statement that while their initial investigation has not yet proven there was any anti-gay motive, they had decided to look into the matter.
The Tunisian man has been detained on suspicion of attempted murder.