Death penalties for homosexual acts: Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen [plus some parts of Nigeria and Somalia],”
Iran: Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz Marhoni, two teenage boys hanged in 2,000.
Gambia, 2008 President Yahya Jammeh told homosexuals to leave the country or face decapitation.
Sudan: Lesbians are stoned or receive lashes. They are buried up to their neck in the ground. Men are lashed and on third offense are stoned to death.
Saudi Arabia: Year 2000, 100 men spent time in prison and lashings for attending a same sex wedding ceremony. Prince Saud Abdulaziz was imprisoned for life for homosexual activity in London.
Nigeria: 2005: 50 year old man stoned to death under Sharia law.
Afghanistan: Taliban used a tank to push a stonewall, yes a stone wall over a man. He survived and according to the law, if a person is still alive 30 minutes later, that person survives.
Senegal: 2008, after putting a homosexual to death, they denied burial. They are left at the side of the road.
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