Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Ain't That Queer

Israeli television presenter as one of the 100 most influential gays in the world for 2009. And he said:

"It's very exciting. I find it a bit odd that someone is New York heard about what I do in Israel, but if this is my contribution to representing our country abroad, then I'm happy I could have done something."

So, what does Shai Bazak, Israel's Consul in Boston, do?

According to Haaretz, he's been invited to lead a pro-Israel PR campaign to represent favorably Israel's homosexual, lesbian, bisexual, transgender in the US.

I guess Shai knows all the ins-and-outs.

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3 comments:

Ariel - Catholics for Israel said...

That's really sad. This is nothing to be proud of. The people of Israel are called to be a light to the nations, and instead it has influential people pushing and promoting disordered and sinful behaviors. May the G-d of Israel grant speedy teshuva to all of Am Israel!

Anonymous said...

Homosexuality is normal. It is a common and perpetual part of the human condition.

Israel is a progressive country because its laws protect instead of persecute homosexuals, even though much of Israeli society is religiously conservative.

Most Middle Eastern countries force individuals to conform to the expectations of the majority. Israel is different. Israel (like the USA) respects the rights of individuals.

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