by Jonathan Azaziah
Okay. What the HELL is this? For real, what in the name of Almighty God is this rubbish? A new documentary called “Oriented”, directed by British Jew Jake Witzenfeld–it would be a Witzenfeld making this sort of filth, wouldn’t it?– covers the lives of three gay Palestinians in “Tel Aviv”, including one self-described “flirty diva chatterbox” named Khader Abou Sayf, and it is set to hit the Chicago Palestine Film Festival at the end of the month. Tag-line for the film is “We are Palestine, we’re here and we’re queer”. Vomit-inducing? This would be stating it mildly. I can’t understand for the life of me why male homosexuality, lesbianism and transgenderism constantly have to be draped over the Palestinian cause.
These things don’t have a damn thing to do with liberating Palestine and sending every last land-stealing Jewish supremacist parasite packing, either by plane, train, bus, boat or coffin. These things don’t have one iota of relevance to stopping ‘Israel’ from destroying the region, namely Syria, Iraq and Yemen. These things, flamboyantly practiced in the Judaized West, ultimately, are ALIEN to our culture, our religion, our history and our identity. If the abomination of two men getting married is suddenly allowed in Al-Quds, is this going to expedite the liberation of Al-Aqsa and Qoubbat al-Sakrah? Hell no. If Palestinians suddenly become cool with the obscenity of two women making out in the streets of Gaza, is this going to end the siege? Hell no. If gay and lesbian bars become the norm in Haifa–and they’re starting to, disgustingly and unfortunately enough–will this hasten the freedom of the 1948 lands? Hell no once more. Quite the opposite in fact! So what exactly is the damn point of any of this except to distract, deflect and divide? Continue reading “Gay Rights” Discussions Have ZERO Place In Palestine Liberation Discourse