Cyber hackers attack websites of Africa anti-gay countries

Hacktivist groups TheEliteSociety and Anonymous launch a joint operation to hack any African country that imprisons or kills LGBT people The Anonymous and TheEliteSociety hacking groups have launched a joint all-out attack against countries in Africa that kill or imprison LGBT people in an operation dubbed #OpFuckAfrica. So far websites in Botswana, Somalia, Sudan, and… Read more »

Sudan flogs 19 men in public for cross-dressing

Khartoum — A Sudanese court has sentenced 19 men to flogging in public and a fine of 1000 Sudanese pounds (approximately 400 US dollars) for breaching the country’s morality code by wearing women clothes. The alleged transvestites, whose public flogging yesterday was witnessed by some 200 people, were caught last month when the police raided… Read more »

Homosexuality will not be tolerated, says south Sudan president

Jkhartoum – Homosexuality will not be accepted in southern Sudan should the south become independent after a referendum due to take place next year the regions President Salva Kiir Mayardit told Dutch radio on Friday. In the interview with Radio Netherlands Worldwide Kiir said: “It [homosexuality] is not in our character […] it is not… Read more »

Sudan and South Sudan News & Reports 2004-11

1 The rape of slave boys in Sudan 6/04 2 A Sudanese gay man tells what life is like in Arab Africa 10/04 3 homosexuality In Sudan’s Nubian and Cushite societies 3/05 4 “I tell people I have HIV so they can know it’s real” 12/07 5 Gay Africans and Arabs come out online 2/08… Read more »

South Sudan Anglican Church rejects tribalism and homosexuality

Rumbek — The Anglican Church of Sudan said preferring to establish its own hierarchy in the country in a manner to mark its distance from other reformist churches for tribalism and their practices of homosexuality and abortion. The Archbishop of Anglican Church of Sudan, in South Sudan Rt. Rev most Archbishop Abraham Mayom Athiaan told… Read more »