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Oxymoron of the Year: "Hospitality is an integral part of Islamic culture"

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Submitted by DrRJP (United States), Mar 18, 2008 at 08:43

Oh, yeah. Dubai was really hospitable to the young European man (of Muslim descent) who was visiting Dubai on vacartion and was raped at knife-point by two men.

The Dubai government arrested him and charged him with being a homosexual -- which carries the death penalty in Muslim countries.

ABC did a special report about him a few months ago.

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