His name is Rami Ktifan. When he first came out as gay, Rami, a young Syrian, was routinely verbally and physically abused. He even had his feet set on fire while he was sleeping.
And where did this abuse take place? Well — in Germany of course!
In fact, Rami’s story is now so common in asylum centres — 106 cases of violence against homosexual and transgender refugees in the Berlin region within six months — that last week Berlin created its first ever “safe space” specifically for LGBT refugees.
Doesn’t this strike you as slightly alarming?
Isn’t Europe already supposed to be a safe space for gay people?
Europe has now imported over one million migrants most of whom are from the Islamic world, a region not exactly well known for its Pride parties but more for its rooftop parties: that is, throwing gay men off rooftops to their deaths.
Watch Ezra’s recent interviews in Sweden and Germany. Although the men he interviewed were from different parts of the Islamic world, they were absolutely unanimous in one thing:
They don’t think very highly of gays.
In fact, in a 2009 Gallup poll, only 15 out of 500 British Muslims said homosexuality was morally acceptable.
All of this is a consequence of the moral confusion of our leftist leaders. They want to be friends with everyone and in doing so, they end up failing the very people they have traditionally claimed to champions.
For gay Europeans like me, and refugees like Rami, the message is loud and clear:
“Your safety is no longer our priority.”