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  1. Report: Lebanon court rejects anti-gay law | 76 CRIMES

    […] details of the ruling must await a translation of an Arabic-language account of the decision. But a dispatch from Human Rights Watch provides helpful information about the […]

  2. Doctors push for LGBT health in Lebanon | 76 CRIMES

    […] LGBT health week came in the wake of Judge Rabih Maalouf’s January ruling that homosexuality should not be a punishable offense. The country’s LGBT community can still be targeted under Article 534 criminalizing acts that […]

  3. 76 countries now have anti-homosexuality laws (or 72) | 76 CRIMES

    […] / ISIL) 39 India 40 Iran 41 Iraq 42 Kuwait 43 Lebanon (law ruled invalid in one court in 2014 and disqualified for use against same-sex intimacy in another court in February 2017) 44 Malaysia 45 Maldives 46 Myanmar 47 Oman 48 Pakistan 49 Palestine/Gaza Strip 50 Qatar 51 Saudi […]

  4. Lebanese police arrest Gay Pride organizer; events canceled – St. Paul's Foundation – The Official Website

    […] note: But a lower-court judge in Lebanon has blocked enforcement of that law, ruling that homosexuality is not “unnatural,” so is not covered by the law’s prohibition of  […]

  5. Lebanon moves closer to overturning anti-LGBT law – St. Paul's Foundation – The Official Website

    […] Lebanon court: Gay sex is natural; anti-gay law weakens  (February 2017, 76crimes.com) […]

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