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US May Reduce Intel With Mideast Countries Who Criminalize Sodomy

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Published on: April 26, 2020

It isn’t just Islam that criminalizes sodomy.  The Bible criminalizes it as part of God’s law and demands the penalty of death for engaging in it.  Our founding fathers criminalized it and put people to death for engaging in it as a just punishment.  But we’ve evolved, right?  Now, this current administration, whose head couldn’t even cite a verse from the Bible as his favorite, denied the need for repentance and asking for forgiveness of sin, is currently seeking to decriminalize homosexuality throughout the world, specifically in the Middle East.

It comes as no surprise that Trump is using an open sodomite by the name of Richard Grenell to carry out this antichrist demand.

While the following report from Benjamin Weinthal at J Post reveals the facts, it’s a shame that he continues to use the marketed word “gay” to make sodomy acceptable.

Nonetheless, for those continuing to support this administration, know that this is the very reason God rained down fire and brimstone on Sodom and Gomorrah to the point that there was nothing left but ash (Genesis 19).

US may reduce intel with Mideast countries who criminalize homosexuality

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Intelligence chief says laws that ban same-sex relations are not “an American value”

By Benjamin Weinthal, J post, April 24, 2020:

BERLIN – The acting Director of National Intelligence for the US government, Richard Grenell, may curb intelligence-sharing with Middle East countries that continue to criminalize same-sex relations.

According to a Wednesday New York Times report, Grenell said, “We can’t just simply make the moral argument and expect others to respond in kind because telling others that it’s the right thing to do doesn’t always work,” adding that “to fight for decriminalization is to fight for basic human rights.”

Grenell added that “we have the president’s total support. This is an American value, and this is United States policy.”
The Times reported that Grenell said, “If a country that we worked in as the United States intelligence community was arresting women because of their gender, we would absolutely do something about it,” adding that “ultimately, the United States is safer when our partners respect basic human rights.”

Grenell spoke at a protest against the Iranian regime-sponsored Al-Quds march in Berlin, which calls for the obliteration of Israel, last year.

In 2019, Grenell intensely worked to secure a Bundestag resolution urging Chancellor Angela Merkel’s administration to outlaw the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah’s entire operation in Germany.

Lebanon’s penal code outlaws “all sexual relations contrary to the laws of nature” and has been applied to detain and prosecute gay men and transsexual women.

Middle East countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia impose the death penalty on homosexuals. The proposed levelling of intelligence-sharing could affect 69 nations, most of which are in the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Africa, according to the Times.
After the Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, defended his regime’s law to execute gays and lesbians last year, Grenell told The Jerusalem Post at the time: “The UN’s Declaration of Human Rights makes clear that these answers from the Iranian regime are violating basic UN principles. UN members should agree with the Declaration in order to be members. Criminalizing homosexuality violates the Declaration, plain and simple.”

Grenell is the first openly gay cabinet member in the history of US government.

The Times reported that “Mr. Grenell would not say whether the administration was considering withholding additional cooperation, or ratcheting back current intelligence sharing with countries that criminalize homosexuality. His office is forming a group to review the issue and develop ideas, intelligence officials said.”

Hadi Damien, the founder of Lebanon’s Beirut Pride group, who was present at meetings in Berlin with Grenell, said the intelligence director suggested foreign funding could be used as part of a carrot-and-stick strategy to influence countries to decriminalize homosexuality, the paper wrote.

Frankly, those countries, when it comes to this matter are at least right on the money when it comes to rightly understanding “crimes of nature.”  How they go about prosecuting it may be in question, but look how far we have fallen from where we once were.

Making America great again won’t come with more tolerance, more violations of God’s law, and thumbing our noses in his face for the almighty dollar.  It will come with true repentance and turning back to the God who established us when the Pilgrims first set foot here 400 years ago.

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