- 0:28 - "Among UK Muslims disapproval is 100%."
- "Muslims in Britain have zero tolerance towards homosexual acts. ... None of the 500 British Muslims interviewed believed that homosexual acts were morally acceptable."
- Muslims in Britain have zero tolerance of homosexuality, says poll The Guardian, 7 May 2009
- 2:28 "In Iran, they've settled the matter by hanging them from cranes in public."
- Gays should be tortured and hanged, says Iranian minister meeting British MPs Daily Mail, 14 Nov 2007
- Execution in Iran
- 2:32 - "In Mauritania they use the more traditional method, stoning to death."
- "Any adult Muslim man who commits an impudent act against nature with an individual of his sex will face the penalty of death by public stoning."
- "Deciphering Motive: Establishing Sexual Orientation as the 'One Central Reason' for Persecution in Asylum Claims", Columbia Human Rights Law Review, authored by Ritu Ghai, 43.2:349 (2012), page 522, footnote #4
- 2:37 - "In Saudi Arabia they prefer beheading, as they do for many things in that country, including witchcraft."
- In January 2002, Saudi Arabia executed three men for "sodomy, marriage among themselves, and inciting pedophilia" (Paris Le Monde 4 Jan. 2002). The three men were beheaded by sword in public.
- Saudi Arabia: The situation of homosexuals, including treatment by authorities and legal penalties Refworld
- 2:45 - "In countries that don't include the death penalty for being gay, it's still punishable by flogging and imprisonment."
- Maldives (100% Muslim) — House arrest for women; banishment or whippings for men.
Morocco (99.9% Muslim) — Fine and between six month and three years in jail.
Afghanistan (>99% Muslim) — Imprisonment.
Kuwait — (>99% Muslim) Up to seven years in jail.
Somalia (99% Muslim) — Possible death penalty by stoning in southern parts of the country; elsewhere, a jail sentence of up to three years.
Algeria (99% Muslim) — Fines and a jail sentence of up to three years.
Yemen (~99% Muslim) — Imprisonment up to seven years, whipping with 100 lashes, or death by stoning, depending on gender and circumstances.
Tunisia (~98%) — Up to three years in prison; same-sex activity between women is legal.
Sudan (>97% Muslim) — Five years in prison, life imprisonment, flogging, and/or death penalty.
Libya — (97% Muslim) Up to five years of jail time.
Pakistan (96.4%) — Between two and 10 years in prison.
Bangladesh (89% Muslim) — Fine and up to 10 years in prison.
Syria (~87% Muslim) — Up to three years in prison.
Qatar (81% Muslim) — Up to seven years in prison (and for Muslims, corporal punishment or death).
Oman (75% Muslim) — Imprisonment from six months to three years.
Malaysia (61.3% Muslim) — Up to 20 years in prison and possibly whipping.
- BuzzFeed: 76 Countries Where Anti-Gay Laws Are As Bad As Or Worse Than Russia’s (% Muslim statistics from Wikipedia)
- 2:49 - "It was announced recently that several Islamic countries are trying to find a medical test to detect gay people and stop them at the border, so disgusted are they to homosexuality."
- Gulf states to introduce medical testing on travelers to 'detect' gay people and stop them from entering the country Mail Online 8 October 2013
- 3:00 - "They even forced the United Nations to remove sexual orientation from a resolution condemning arbitrary executions, because Islamic countries want the right to arbitrarily execute gay people without being condemned for it."
- UN cowardice is a betrayal of its gay citizens Patrick Strudwick: The Guardian, 23 Nov 2013
- U.N. panel cuts gay reference from violence measure Reuters, Nov 17, 2010