By Omar Kuddas
Last Wednesday night, home secretary Jacqui Smith said:
'In the 21st century, no one should ever feel under threat of verbal or physical violence just because of their sexual orientation.'
She added: she would ask a ministerial action group to tackle the issue.
Does this imply that only those who are British, European or born in the free west are entitled to live without fear, or does this also extend to all asylum seekers who fear for their lives due to their own governments stand on Homosexuality?
If NO ONE should ever feel under treat of violence, Britain and herself must take the stand as other European nations have done that homosexuals fleeing persecution, torture and execution should be grated asylum, Carte Blanche, and not have to prove their personal “threat of verbal or physical violence just because of their sexual orientation.'