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Have you been harassed or arrested in GAMBIA because of your same-sex relationship?
Yes, it is against the law to be gay, lesbian or trans
Yes, but it is not against the law
"In fact, promoting homosexuality and imposing it on weaker or poorer nations is a declaration of war on both religions and human existence. For Muslims, this is a declaration of war on Islam, a declaration of war against Allah, a declaration of war on human existence - for which every true believer must be ready to lay down your life to defend Islam," Jammeh said in his 13-page address. >>>
Prosecution in the alleged homosexual trial against 18 accused persons charged with indecent act on MondayJuly 16th, 2012 called two police officers to testify in support of its case. The two witnesses are Cpl 3247 Dampha (PW5) and Cpl 2552 Abdoulie Dibba as (PW6) all attached at the Kotu Police. >>>
In the midst of the chorus of widespread condemnations of the imposition of values and norms alien to Africa under the pretext of human rights, the Gambian leader has made his position clear, denouncing in the strongest term possible terms what he called "ungodly gay marriages", saying his country has no "room for gays and lesbians". >>>
20/05/2011 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
The National AIDS Secretariat (NAS) has yesterday convened a sensitization programme to upgrade the knowledge of the policy makers, religious and community leaders on stigma and discrimination against People Living with HIV (PLHIV).