Monday, 16 April 2012 16:22

Gays And Tomboys Banned From Schools In Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia decided to prohibit gays and tomboys the access to schools and universities of the government.

The newspaper Sharq Arabic language daily indicates thus that the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, the most feared law enforcement authority in the oil-rich country, has been asked to enforce the new orders.

"Instructions have been issued to all public schools and universities to ban the entry of gays and tom boys and to intensify their efforts to fight this phenomenon, which has been promoted by some websites," it said.

The only way for these students to be back in schools is to prove that they "were corrected" and that they stopped their gay relationships.

It seems that vis-a-vis the UN resolutions more and more in favor of the LGBT community, the countries which are opposed to these resolutions reinforced their anti-gay laws.

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