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Live Twitter stream from Mithli Mithlak on NTV Oct 25 2010


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Thanks to our community Tweeps, we are able to deliver this live stream (in reverse chronological order):

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If you have seen the episode, we appreciate any additional comments or content.

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Mithli Mithlak ends with ground-breaking ruling by a Lebanese judge in Batroun district that article 534 of the Lebanese penal code can not be used to prosecute homosexuals. Read this article in Bekhsoos.

Riad Kobeissy did not fall into the traditional sensationalistic, demonizing, homophobic approach to homosexuality.

Riad Kobeissi’s documentary on Homosexuality in Lebanon under the title “Mithli Mithlak” on Oct 18th and 25th 2010.

R. Kobeissy: “How can there be a cause without a face? Do we have to name things? It’s a decision with a responsibility.”

Journalist Pierre Abi Saab: “We’re selling the image of freedom. But when we face the test of freedom, we refuse it.”

Journalist Pierre Abi Saab: “Homosexuality in Lebanon is turning into a class privilege. People don’t dig deeper.”

Journalist Pierre Abi Saab: “We’re selling the image of freedom. But when we face the test of freedom, we refuse it.”

Journalist Pierre Abi Saab: “Homosexuality in Lebanon is turning into a class privilege. People don’t dig deeper.”

Ghassan Makarem: “Implementation of the law is discriminatory. Same laws don’t apply to everybody.”

General Michel Chakkour: “Liwat is when a man has sex with a minor.”

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You can watch Episode 1 of Mithli Mithak (Al Jadeed TV – Oct 18th 2010) here:

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

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We are working hard to get a copy of episode 2. We will share it with you on Facebook and Twitter as soon as it becomes available.

 

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  1. November 3, 2010 at 4:11 am

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