Saturday, May 19, 2018

WikiIslam: Muslim Statistics (Homosexuals)

To explore these fully referenced statistics from the community-edited WikiIslam site, kindly click on the link below:

http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Muslim_Statistics_-_Homosexuals

Worldwide[edit]

Arabic is the 2nd most common language that is used to search [online] for “gay sex.” It’s the number one language for search involving “sexy.”... Arabic is the 2nd most common language that is used to search for “gay man.” The countries that most search for this is currently Malaysia (#1) and Indonesia (#2). For “gay girl,” Arabic is also the 2nd most common language.[31]
November 2007

Bangladesh[edit]

In Bangladesh, people belonging to the LGBT community (Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) range between 1.6 and 4.8 million. They are not recognized and receive no form of social, religious or legal support and are often victims of persecution.[32]
July 2013

Indonesia[edit]

[Online searches] For “homo sex,” Indonesia is #1, Morocco is at 6.[31]
November 2007
Nobody knows how many of them [transgenders] live in the sprawling archipelagic nation of 240 million, but activists estimate 7 million.[3]
March 2012

Iran[edit]

In Iran, search terms revealed a burgeoning appetite for gay pornography, despite protests by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that there were "no gays" in the fundamentalist Islamic state ruled over by strict shariah law.
Yet the presence of "daddy love" at No 4 in the [xxx] search chart belies the president's bombastic denial.
"Hotel businessman (gay)", "Iranian (gay)" and "shower (gay)" in the top 10 hint that Iran has more homosexuals in it than the president thinks.[33]
March 2013

Libya[edit]

In Libya the most searched XXX term was "gay silver daddies" despite homosexuality being outlawed and a strong Islamist presence there. In total, 30 percent of the most popular sex search terms were gay-related in the north African country.[33]
March 2013

Malaysia[edit]

Angela M. Kuga Thas, who works with transgendered people, said activists estimate there are some 50,000 transsexuals in Malaysia, but few dare to come forward. Transsexuals and other transgendered people face daily discrimination and harassment in Malaysia, and many of them are forced to earn their living as sex workers because they cannot get any other job.[34]
July 2011

Pakistan[edit]

Among the least tolerant nations surveyed was Pakistan, where only 2 percent of those surveyed said society should accept homosexuality.
. . .
As of this writing, Pakistan is by volume the world leader for Google searches of the terms "shemale sex," "teen anal sex," and "man fucking man," according to Google Trends.
. . .
in Pakistan, what's even more peculiar is that the highest number of hits for some of these terms, including "shemale sex," come not from Pakistan's cosmopolitan centers, but from Peshawar, a bastion of conservative Islam, lately known in the West as a counterterrorism frontline.[35]
June 2013

Saudi Arabia[edit]

This study [from the Office of Societal Supervision] reported that 46% of students in the city of Riyadh suffer from homosexuality. Twenty-five percent of students in Jeddah suffer from homosexuality. We must be aware of this in order to combat these numbers quickly. The society has become fragmented. When we have a percentage of students—children or teenagers—who are gay, this is a catastrophe, a true catastrophe.[36]