Homosexuality and transgenderism are popular social issues in America and some other countries.
Not so in a few, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
In Qatar, a journalist wrote in a Qatari daily, the Al-Sharq, that such “moral perversions” must be fought “by every possible means.”
The call to action was spotlighted by the Middle East Media Research Institute, which said the commentary by Ahmad Al-Mohannadi complained young people were keeping “bad company,” being indulged by parents and “living extravagantly.”
He said there is too much of young people “spending time away from home, at hotels, house parties or on trips abroad, which provide opportunities for engaging in homosexual behavior.”
Parents, schools and security operatives, must “fight it by every possible means.”
His article was titled “Trying to Look like Women.”
“Sadly,” he wrote, “Some moral perversions that society opposes have begun to appear in our [country], and have become a phenomenon that must be fought by every possible means. I refer to the phenomenon of ‘ladyboys’ or of ‘the third gender.” We know that in all societies there are transgressions by individuals, but when these transgressions multiply and become a phenomenon that keeps families awake at night, the relevant authorities must fight it in every possible way.”
He added: “Children in high school and even middle school fall victim to this spreading phenomenon, and in some cases their only crime may be that they fell into bad company. If we survey high and middle schools, we hardly find a single school that does not have some teen boys who try to look like girls, and many of the [other] students know them and can point them out.”