gnome wrote:A logical point (which may or may not correspond with the group in the photo above):
Acknowledging a group as hostile (or even as an enemy) does not require agreeing with all actions concerning them.
Yeah . . . you are stretching it there. Leave aside the "who is right" in the moral and ethical cesspool that is the region, when you back a horse you do rather take on all of its quaint sports analogies. Otherwise, you have to be specific that you oppose
This Horrible Group doing This Horrible Thing to That Horrible Group. I would think one would also have the responsibility to condemn the Horrible Things the group you advocate for does as well.
I see no evidences--thanks--that that happened.
You can hate the Palestinian leadership and still want justice for civilians.
Of course, just as one can hate Israeli leadership and want justice for the Israelis. I do not see that happening in that case above.
Nevertheless, the trenchant point remains: What is the position of Palestine on homosexuals and the rest of the alphabet soup?
Being a RIVER
Since Palestine is governed by different regional legal traditions, homosexuality is illegal in Gaza but legal in the West Bank. However, LGBT-identified individuals throughout Palestine are not legally protected from discrimination.Will Goldbloom: Huffington Post
You will also find that there is a Wikipedia! Oh Noes!
article on the subject.