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Homophobic absurdity: Qatar impounds rainbow toys

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Fearing the dreaded LGBTQ “agenda”, the authorities in 2022 football World Cup host country Qatar have confiscated a batch of toys because they are rainbow-coloured. On Monday, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry proudly announced on Twitter that its inspectors had triumphed over “un-Islamic” values apparently threatening the nation’s people.

In a caption to a picture of rainbow-coloured toys displayed in a store, the ministry stated that it had “carried out inspection campaigns on a number of shops in different regions of the country.” It explained that, “the campaigns resulted in the seizure and release of a number of violations, represented by children playing with ‘slogans’ that violate Islamic values, customs and traditions.” Some

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