Please correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't Islam say those who subvert Islam must be punished by death? I'm not calling for these people's death but here is what is going to happen. The prophet said pity those who are gay (not kill them) but those who subvert Islam must be punished by death.
Can you quote the relevant sections of the Holy Qu'ran because I am still an unlearned one, too busy fighting the followers of Baal to sort out my faith (agnostic now because once in my life, an intervention by god happened and saved me from certain death when I was living in America - see the second link and listen to the audio for the details)

The homosexual @garryburnsblog who has sued my friends blog John Sunol will take him to court for this blog post:

Then the Australian government's @nodiscrim (twitter ID) and @NCATNSW court would have made a ruling that All followers of the faith of Islam must respect their Gay Imam's because if you don't like Gay Imam's you will be prosecuted under NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 Amended 1993 by the Lesbian Mayor Of Sydney Clover Moore for the crime of homosexual vilification of the great gay Imam.

John has been sued 93 times by Garry Burns and the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board lesbian feminists. It is likely they will make a ruling that it is hate speech for all not to love Gay Imams and dissent against them as I did.

This is what the 3rd biggest political party in Australia is sending out....

And Remember the Australian Government is ruled by the O.T.O Satanic Paedophile cult with Jewish Origins.
The only religion people have been jailed for in Australia for not respecting is the cult - the case law you can find if you Search "Legg Devine" in case law database. This is case law not conspiracy theory.

Hi Luke --

Just checking that you recieved my invitation below to attend our free Midsumma panel event to be held next Monday?
Australia’s first openly gay Imam, Nur Warsome, will also be joining us for the conversation, so this really is an event not to be missed.
WHAT: Many Colours of the Rainbow
WHEN: Monday, 23 January, 2017 from 7:00pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St Prahran
RSVP here:
Imam Nur has taken the bold step of preaching a progressive interpretation of Islam to his own congregation of LGBTI Muslims and supporting their sexuality within the Muslim faith right here in Melbourne.

He’ll be joining other experts in this space to discuss the best ways to engage with religious and multicultural communities in the push for equality.
I hope you’ll join me to kick off 2017 in this important discussion for the LGBTI community.

Sam Hibbins MP

State Member for Prahran
Victorian Greens LGBTI spokesperon


Dear Luke --
As the Victorian Greens LGBTI spokesperson, I'm proud to stand alongside Victoria's queer community in the fight for equality.
As part of Midsumma Festival 2017, I’ll be hosting a free panel discussion with some very special guests to explore the Many Colours of the Rainbow at Chapel Off Chapel, and I would love you to join me.
In 2016, the Greens have voted consistently to support reform that strengthens the rights and protections for LGBTI Victorians, including in employment, in schools, in adoption and to ensure that all official documentation reflects the true identity of transgender and gender diverse individuals.
Unfortunately, not all of these reforms have passed the Parliament, and the LGBTI community has faced sustained attacks from sections of the media, conservative MP’s and from unrepresentative religious groups who seek to take Victoria backwards.
As we look towards next year, I strongly believe thatthe key to furthering equality for the LGBTI community will involve reaching out to people of faith and breaking down barriers for multicultural communities to support LGBTI rights.
So on 23 January 2017, I’m excited to be joined by Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, Dr Judy Tang and Budi Sudarto from the Australian Multicultural GLBTIQ Council for a panel conversation to explore the intersectionality between queer communities, culturally and linguistically diverse communities and communities of faith.
WHAT:‘Many Colours of the Rainbow’ – Panel Discussion during Midsumma Festival
WHEN: Monday, 23 January, 2017 from 7:00pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel St Prahran
Spots will be limited somark your calendars now and click below to reserve your free place so you don’t miss out.
LGBTI people from multicultural or faith backgrounds often face additional challenges around coming out, family acceptance and support from within their own communities. This will be an important discussion to reflect on the challenges that these groups within the LGBTI community face and to ensure that their voices are heard on the path to equality.

I hope you’ll join me for this special event in the New Year, and I wish you a safe and happy festive season.
Warm regards,

Sam Hibbins MP

State Member for Prahran
Victorian Greens LGBTI spokesperon
Australian Greens Victoria · 362 Little Collins St, Level 1, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
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