Did U.S. Send a 'Homosexual' Ambassador to Libya? 09/18/2012


by Moody Adams
Did the U,S. government send a “gay” ambassador to Muslim-majority Libya, where homosexual behavior is a crime punishable by imprisonment, or death? asks Jerome R. Corsi.

However, Kevin DuJan, the openly homosexual founder of HillBuzz.org, told WND he spoke with two sources in Chicago diplomatic circles who said Stevens was homosexual. He also reported a member of the Serbian Consulate in Chicago told him it was “widely known” and “not a secret at all” in diplomatic circles and from others in the Chicago theater world that Stevens was “gay,”

DuJan countered that sending Stevens to the Muslim Middle East, where some countries punish homosexual behavior with death, is like sending “a dolphin to swim among the sharks.”

A “gay pride” celebration at a U.S. Embassy party in Islamabad, Pakistan, June 26, 2011, provoked an angry reaction from Muslim groups who reportedly condemned the event as an act of “cultural terrorism” aimed at the nation’s Islamic values.

The administration recruits diplomats from the homosexual community and tries to force homosexual rights on the Muslim world. This is extremely offensive to Muslims.

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